Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1938 · Page 3
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W Friday, November 4,1938 ROf E STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS A variable speed gbvernoi 1 hns Just bbSri brought out. Jtagfely turning n key on the dnsbonrd, settirtji it at the desired rntc, and removing the key Sets the governor. t BOB BURNS -in"Arkansas Traveler" S&EilGffffl Sat. Only ENDS FR1. GIN'GKR IIOGKKS FAIRBANKS, Jr. "HAVING A WONDERFUL. TIME" DOUBLE FEATURE A Fonlhnll Thriller! •SWING THAT CflEKR" —mul— "PHANTOM GOLD" JACK LUDEN COMING SUN.—MON. THE DIONNE QUINTUPLETS "FIVE OF A KIND" with JEAN HERSHOLT CLAIRE TREVOR CESAR ROMERO Slim Siimmcrville Henry \Vilco\on Inez Courtney John Qualun PAGE MRS. SID HENRY letu TELEPHONE 8237" Ht^"^ Chrysanthemums Great shaggy heads, guarding this late hour of the year, You are tho inheritors of autumn: A suggestion of fr.nsl in the silver bloom of your leuvos And in the ice-cool curl of your while- silver petals; In your yellow blooms is the clear pale gold Of the changed leaf, or leaf fire; And in your bronze, the rich copper- red Of the ripe berry, the brown seed; Your scent is not that of summer flowers, Here is no ephemeral sweetness, But something more dry and cool and ostere; Wood-swoke oh tho quiet afternoons of lale fall; Not a scent but a remembrance of scent, N)H a fragrance but a time of year. —Selected. John D. Barlow and mother, Mrs. SAT ENDS TUT. 3Al • GARY COOPER • "FAREWELL ^T TO ARMS" DOUBLE WESTERN GEN AUTRY "RIDE RANGER RIDE" —and— BOB STEELE "HREED OF THE BORDER" Last Day—Friday Mat. 1:30 & :!:30. Nile 7: & 3: GIRLS CLUB dddrJ ffftmc (ion- SIR STREE ALSO ROAD SHOW SPECIAL » SATURDAY 4 "Guns & Guitars" EXTRA! MUSICAL WESTERN "Rodeo Busters" No. 9—"UNDERSEA KINGDOM" Carloon "WAYWARD PUPS' Mickey Mouse Cartoon • COMING SUN. & MON. • EDW. G. KOHINSON —in— "I AM TIIE LAW —Also— "PIGSKIN CHAMPIONS" Travel—Cartoon—News 300 Fall and Winter Dresses for Women and Juniors LADIES Specialty Shop M. H. Rut-low linvc returned from a visil with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Boyd in Corpus Christie, Texas. ~0- Mrs. Allinc Johnson is spending her vocation vWltlnu with her dnughlers, Mrs. Orvillc Erringcr nnd Miss Evelyn Johnson nnd Mr. Erringcr in Dnllns, Texns. ~o— Mr. and Mrs. Lmvrcncc C. Drake of Denver, Colo., iiro guests of Mr. Driikc's brothers, T. J. and B. J. Drake and T;miilie.s of P-ntmos. Miss Marie Antoinette Williams is spending the week-end Visiting With her mint, Mrs. Edward Woodford, Mr. Woodford and friends in Little Rock. Jess D.cLoi>cy has relumed to his home in Foreman, after a visit with Misses Marie and Nannie Purkins. Miss Mary Dclln White of Slate Teachers College, Conwny, is spending the week-end with home folks. Following- (he services by Bishop Mitchell at St. Marks Episcopal church Sunday evening, there will bo an informal roccyilion for the church members at the home of Mrs. M. H. Barlow on North Hci-vey street. News Agent {Hoton Rail Crossing J, Q. Hall, 55, of Lewisville, Is Hit by Cotton Belt Train Public Sale I will offer for sale at my farm, five and one-half miles Northea.st of Hope, on old Highway No. 67, beginning promptly at 10 o'clock, Wednesday, Nov. 9, the following: personal property: 1 Horse Mule, weight 1200 pounds. 1 Horse Mule, weight 1100 pounds. 1 Mure Mule, weight 1200 pounds. 1 Horse, weight 1200 pounds. 13 head of Milch Cows. 1 Red Short Horn Bull, 2 years old. 10 head Yearling Calves. 159 bales Pea Hay. 250 bales Grass Hay. 100 Bushels good heavy Corn. 8 bushels Peas. 1 Weber Wagon, good as new. 1 New Mower and Hay Rake. 2 Riding Cultivators. 2 Walking Cultivators. 1 Disc Cultivator. 1 14-inch Sulky Plow. 1 John Deere Riding Planter. 1 Walking Planter. 1 2-Section Spring tooth Harrow. ' 1 2-section Harrow. 2 6-inch Steel Plows. 1 14-inch MJdclle Buster. 1 new ground Stock. 1 Double Shovel. and all Household Goods and Furniture, with many other articles too numerous to mention. Lunch will be served, Terms will be announced on Day of Sale. W.H.MORING, Owner. Silas t. Sanf ord, Auctioneer Harold Sanford and Bryan Ruggles, Clerks. Mrs. Frank Hcarnc, Mrs. Percy Sharp and Miss Elizabeth Bridewell were Thursday visitors in Litlle Rock. Please remember lo get your announcements and news items at 321 before 10 o'clock, Saturday morning* Weekly Sunday School Lesson By WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance LEWISVILLE, Ark.-Injuries received when his car was struck by a southbound Cotton Belt train at the Lmvisvillo station crossing at 5:45 a. in. Thursday proved fatal to J. Q. Hall, 55-year-old Texarkona Gazette agent, who died in the Cotton Belt hospital here eight hours after the mishap. Hall 'was rushed to the hospital immediately after he was injured, but ho died at 12:35 p. m. The agent was engaged in the delivery on his papers when the acci- •dcnt occurred. Harnetl Cook, 17, of Plain Dealing, La., was driver of the car in which Hall was riding, but he received only minor injuries. The light coupe in which the two were riding was carried about 150 feet down the track by the impact of the collision. Cook apparently did not see the oncoming train as he pulled across the crossing. Hall had been agent for the Gazette in Lewisville for about four years, having formerly been connected with the bridge and building department of the Cotton Belt railroad. I • Funeral services will be held at 4 p. in. Friday at the Wilson cemetery in Lewisville with the Rev. Mr. Galloway, pastor of the Baptist church in Lewisville and the Rev. A. W. Hamilton, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. Survivors include his wife; one son, Oscar Barliam Hall of Little Rock; and four brothers, Joe and Luther Hall, both of Lewisville, Sam Hall of near Hope and Quinton Hall of Stephens. Gene Aiitry at the New Saturday Smiley Burnette and Gene Autry surrounded by a bevy of Smiley «urnet(c nnd Gene Autry stirroujidtd by a bevy of beautiful girls In "Guns and Guitars" the Saturday feature at the"New Theater. The serial "Undersea Kingdom" No. 9 and Mickey Mouse cartoon, a late successful find in n musical western "Rodeo Busters"' also "Wayward Pups" color cartoon from MGM studios. HONORING OUR PARENTS Tex I: Kvnilns 20:12; Luke 2:46-52; Jolm l!):2li-27; Kplicsuns (1:1-1. One of the thugs which in the main have characterized Jewish life has been the factolr of family devotion. Parents have manifested a deep love and devotion to their children, and children in the Jewish community have tended to have a deeper respect for their parents and a slronge sense of responsibility than has been true of the community ns a whole. If any qualification of this would have to be made, it would be in recognition of the extent to which Iho Jewish com'mlinily in this country has succumbed to the general influences that have tendc dto break down family life and particularly to weaken the regard for their parents. Yet the commandment to honor one's father and mother is one that stands approved through the long ages of human experience. The possibility of a true family life depends upon the attitude of children to their parents, and where there is no true family life, the life of society in a local community and in the nation soon goes into decay. Perhaps one should stress the fact that, if pacnts arc lo be honored, Ihey must show themselves worthy of honor. A child may be loyal to his parents, but all the devotion in the world cannot co'nVmajid in him sincere and honest respect unless there bo Ihe ' consciousness thai his parents arc worthy of it. A son who knows lhal his father acts dihonorably, a daughter who knows that her mother is incompetent or slack, either in home management or in normal character, cannot obey this commandment as it ought to be obeyed. All relationships with life have an clement of mulualily. Parents ought to take this into account in considering what they may properly demand from their children. Jesus of Nazareth has set for us all a fine example in the -matter of parental devotion. Ho had early the consciousness of his call and his mission. He must be about the business of God, His Father, yet he was subject to the disciples of His parents. He was an obedient and thoughtful child in the home, and it is more than a coincidence that we are told Ihii tin these boyhood years of life He "advance in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man." Mary, the mother of Jesus, like many other mothers of good and noble sons, was perplexed with much that she saw in Him and that she heard concerning Him. There was the conflict between her desire to have her son for herself, and to give Him to Ihis great mission 1 over which she sensed a shadow of danger and suffering. It is a great revelation that we have concerning Mary in the story of the crucifixion. In si'm'plc words we are told that "there stood by Ihe cross of Jesus His mother." How litllc those words tell of the tragedy and glory of that sc«ne, a mother suffering surely as acutely as her son on the cross, following Him all th way lo the last agony! Could love and devotion be greater? And Jesus looking from the cross, beheld His mother and gave her to the loving care of a trusted disciple. Here we have ideal love. If every family were permeated with that spirit of loyalty and love and courage, we should not need commandments. Ali would be a matter of glorious privilege, and what horns and families we would have! Pwcnty First Sunday after Trinity. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning prayer 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p. m. Right Reverend Bland Mitchell Bishop of Arkansas. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis Purilc, Pastor Sunday school at'9:45 a. 'm'. B. Y. P. T. C. meets at C:« p. m. Ladies Auxiliary meets at the church Monday at 2:30. Prayer meeting, Wednesday night at 7:45. Everybody is welcome. Come and worship with us. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE Bert Webb, Pastor Remember Sunday school next Sunday when Rev Sellers of Russellville will be preaching. Let all who can possibly arrange to altond be prcsenl 'to help hold up Ihe average' for the quarter and then more than that there is a real blessing in store for all who come to Sunday school. Brother Sellers, District Secretary- Treaurer, will preach at the morning worship service at 11 o'clock and again at the evening evangelistic service beginning at 7:45. Pray much for these services and make every effort to be present next Sunday. Childrens Church and Christ's Ambassadors meet at 6:45 Spend an enjoyable hour next Sunday night at the Tabernacle, it is Hope's full-gospel center. Lindberghs Plan Return Home Soon Youngest Son Carefully Registered as American, in London NEW YORK—(fl>)—Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh was described by close friends Thursday as carefully considering a termination of his voluntary European exile. They said that the flier was resolved to retain his United States citizenship I'.ncl that at no time, since he decided to leave the United Slates three years ago, had he abandoned hope his stay abroad would be other than temporary. In proof of Lindbergh's pride of American citizenship, they pointed to the care with which he saw to it that his youngest son, Land Morrow Lindbergh, was registered as an American citizen. The baby was born May 12, 1937, in a London nursing homo. Within a few days,, the colonel appeared at the United States embassy to register the birth, thereby preventing any claim of British sovereignty over the boy. The colonel's wife, Mrs. Anne Morro Lindbergh, daughter of the late Dwight Morrow, was represented as equally determined on the retention of her status as an American. Tht Colonel and Mrs. Lindbergh last were in the United States from 'December 5, 19.T7, until March 12, 1938. Most of the time they wore with Mrs. Lindbergh's mother at Englcwood, N. J.' County Judge Forbids Them to Buy Booze CARROLLTON, Ky. — (/P) — Tavern keepers m and near Carrollton were given a list of 55 persons and warned by County Judge William G. Rood against selling them liquor "They spend their money needed to support their families," the judge explained. She Makes Money By Killing Rattlers FLAT, Roryell County, Texas.—W)— Sxteen year old Pauline Wall has discovered she can make more money killing ratllcsnakes lhan she can picking collon. While picking cotton at 50 cents for 100 pounds she killed two rattlers. For 7 Members of Music Club to Attend Opera Seven members of the Friday Music club will go to Texarkana Friday night to witness the concert appearance of Clifford Menz and Suzanne Fisher opera stars. Making the trip are Mrs. J. R. Williams, Miss Nancy Fayc Williams, Mrs. B. J. Ogburn, Mrs. J. O. Milam, Mrs. Jim McKenzie, Mrs. V. A. McGinnis and Mrs. J. C. Carlton. Clifford Menz and Suzanne Fisher, the former an operatic tenor from Italy and the latter a Metropolitan opera star, will be heard in concert at 8 p.m., Friday al Iho Texas schools auditorium] under the sponsorship of the Civic Music Association. Both artists have studied extensively in Europe and America and will present a varied pro- gra'nv, including arias and duels. the snakes she received 40 cents bounty from the county; for the 27 pounds of cotlon she had picked, 13',-i cents. Russellville Man to Preach Sunday The Rev. Robert C. Sellers to Preach at Gospel Tabernacle The Rev. Robert C. Sellers of Russellville, district secretary-.treasurer of the Arkansas district of the Assemblies of God, will deliver bolh the morning and evening sermon at the Hope Gospel Tabernacle next Sunday. ' i The Rev. Mr. Sellers is a man of real ability and before his election to his present office a little over a year ago he was pastor of the Assembly* of God church at Fayetteville. He is a young man and comes highly recommended by those who have heard him speak. He is the third of the visiting ministers who are filling the pulpit in the absence of the regular paslor, Rev. Bert Webb, who is in Tulsa, Okla., conducting a revival campaign in Faith Tabernacle of thai city. Pastor Webb reports a splendid campaign in progress in Tulsa. The general public is invited to hear Rev. Sellers next Sunday at the tabernacle. Bears Mix Power' Plays }Yith Air Attack to Win ' LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—(/P)—Ignoring an al'm'ost steady rain that turned into a driving downpour in the final quarter, Arkansas State Teachers College mixed a hard-driving ground game and smooth aerial attack to defeat Howard Payne College of Brownwood, Texas, 27 lo 0 here Thursday night. The Arkansas champions scored in every period, clearly outclassing the Texans in all departments of play except punting. The Teachers rolled up 14 first downs to five for the Texans, making a net yardage of 163 from scrimmage to 25 for Howard Payne. Handling the slippery pigskin with remarkable ability, the Bears of Conway completed eight out of 14 f6r- wards for a total gain of 77 yards .including one touchdown. They had only one heave intercepted. Howard Payne completed one pass out of 12 for seven yards and had one intercepted. Grows Giant Beet SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb.—(/P)—Quite a few sugar bowls could be filled with the sugar one of Henry Trouts sugar beets will produce. He displayed one beet weighing 20 pounds and said many of those n his fields weighted between 16 and 17 pounds. Washington * — __,__ Miss Reba May was a Hope visitor Saturday. Mrs. John James and little daughter Martha, of Hope, were the Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Levins. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenza Tate of Hope spent Sunday with Mrs. Emma Stewart and family. Miss Letha Frazier and \V. V. Frazier made a business trip to Nashville Monday. Atty. James Pilkinton of Hope was a business visitor here Tuesday. Fred Norwood returned home Tues- day from a business trip to St. Louis. Mrs. L. F. Monroe spent Saturday shoping in Texarkana. Mrs. John Turner of Hope was the week end guest of Mrs. R. L. Levins. Mrs. R. W. Muldrow and son R. W. Jr. of Hope visited the Frazies family here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mul3rpw, Miss Letha Frazier. Mrs. D. H. Dixon and W. V. Frazier spent Sunday in Texarkana visiting with relatives. Mrs. Claud Agee and Misses Charlotte' and Claudia Agee of Hope called on friends here Thursday. Mrs. Vera Gough -of Hope spent Monday With her sister, Mrs. Bob Levins. Dr. J. C. Williams preaced Sunday at the historic old Scotland church in Union county. Miss Kathryn Holt spent the week end at home. Mrs. R. L. Byers of Hope was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Byers. Miss Martha Jane Clark of Arkadelphia spent the week end with her sister, Miss Nancy Clark. Mrs. Bessie Battle of Fulton and Mrs. William McClung of Morrilton visited Mrs. Kate Holt and Mrs. Lee ;Holt Thoursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Etter and little daughter, Sarah June and Mrs. C. M. Williams spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Trimble in. El- Dorado. Mrs. R. E. Wood and son Robert of ElDorado spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dudney and family. Mrs. L. C. Thornton of ElDorado visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Parsons here Sunday. Jimmy May and family spent Sunday in Texarkana with relatives. J. F. Scoggins of Texarkana was a week end visitor in the home of his sister/ Mrs. J. M. May. Miss Reba May was a Hope visitor Saturday. Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops relieves COLDS first day, HEADACHES . and FEVER due to Colds, in 30 minutes Try "Kub-My-Tism"—a Wonderful Liniment You are incited to come in and see the beautiful NEW FORDS Our show room open Friday and Saturday evenings until IO p. m. "Your Ford Dealer" Hope Auto Co. Price Redactions Range from $5.00 to $50.00 on the Entire Ford Line GRIPPED BY MSSiRY OF A SORE THROAT! (DUf TO A COLD I Then TONlGHT-m&s- sage throat, chest and .back Vrtth VapoRuti. Its poultice-vapor ac- tlon loosens phlegm 5 clears' air-passages-eases coUgb- ing—relieves local congestion. Thti 2-SffR METHOD is one of the proved ways of using VapoBub .that have made it a family stand* homesjhan alt %• /1 Cff Cf Other medioa- W A^**5^ tionsofitskind; w VAPoRUB* City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY. PHONE 7i57 UiEOTHU* Football weather means there's; a "snap" in the air and you'll be' needing heavier clothing! Have' it beautifully cleaned and pressed before you wear It—they'll look better and last longer. Gleaners & Matters . Phone 385 ARKANSAS uvi trot* wow ^CHAMPIONSHIP NORTH LITTLE ROCK , ARK. Ml 8-MI-11-1M3 I FIRST-Tues.Nov.8. 1 SECONO-fri.Nov.il. 6ENERAC ADMISSION 251 in LIVE STOCK PRIZES ACTS • EDUCATIONAL frlNDUSTRLMEXHIBITS MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS • RODEO QUEEN CONTEST •FAMOUS COWBOYBAND 250 COWBOYS tod CMKIUff CMNTIKhr$MHiirtliB MANY WORLD CHAMPIONS Will. APPEAR BRONC RIDING • • ROPING BAREBACK.WILDHORSE RIDING WILD BRAHMA STEER, RIDING TRICK, and FANCY R.IDING THRILLS • SPILLS-FUN for ALL Special -EXCURSION * Mf R A ;T E S BS

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