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Saturday, November 12. 1938 1 - - t ,/„>"'-•*..:•;•$£ ^ HOPE S1AR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Cnntllos Times atid customs alter, The years grow strange with new manners, new ways, And ninny a change, • But here and there n candle Blossoms in a room Like a golden flower Coining bnck to bloom. Hero and there n candle . On n window sill Stands up like n beacon, Shinning pure nnd still. No light so clear and steadfast, No flnme so true ana fair, A candle in an old house Is like an tingle there. Candlelight for corners, • Candlelight for halls- Let's htivc n cnndlc burning . When the last star falls! . .Selected. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Marks Episcopal church will meet at 3:30 Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde Hill, North Pine St. Mrs. C. E. Boll nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Clay Doyle of Te.xarluimi were Kriduy visitors of Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Bridewell. —O— The W. M. U., First Baptist church will meet at 2:!!0 Monday afternoon iit the church for the regular monthly Missionary - Program. Mrs. L. E. Hinton of Little Rock will arrive Monday for n visit with her sister Mrs K. G. McHac and Mr. Mc- Uue. The diffcrnct circles of the Womans' Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will meet at .three o'clock, Monday afternoon 'as follows: Cirelo No. 1 at the home of Mrs. W. M. Canlely, E. 2nd St., with Mrs. Paul Simms as joint hostess. Circle No. 2, at the home of Mrs. Hurry Lemlcy, S. Elm St. Circle No. 3, at the White House, with Mrs. J.L. White and Mrs. Ruff in White BS hostesses. Circle No. 4, at the home of Mrs. Mac Duffic, S. Elm St. Circle No. 5, will meet at the White House at 7:30 Monday evening, with Miss Annie Allen and Miss Lou Led- botter as hostesses. The Friday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. J, F. Portorfield, West 9Ui St. with a covered dish luncheon Bridge was played from two tables with the high score going to Mrs. K V. Hcnidon. Mrs. Thos. Kinser, Mrs. R. V. Herndon, Mrs. Frank Hearne and Mrs Percy Sharp of Mooringsporf, La were Thursday guests of relatives am friends in EIDorado. Miss Sara Lee Moore of Prcscotl ho house guest of Miss Mary Lomley SUN.-MON. Brought Back! SONJA HEINIE DON AMECHE ETHEL MERMAN "Happy Landing" SUN-MON-TUES THIS COLUMN FOR LOVERS ONLY Gentlemen: Do you find it difficult lo discover the correct technique for getting the Only Girl in the Mood lo Amlile Up the Aisle With You? Ladies; IJo you wish your Heavy Saturday Night Date would learn hnw to make a Ulllc Woo without talking and acting like A Second Hole Cove Man? Then. Ladies nnd Gentlemen, take a tip and sec Konald Colman in Frank Lloyd's thrilling ro* mancc, "If 1 Were King/ 1 Watch thai smooth Colmun technique. Listen to those charming words of love as this greatest luver in all history whispers them lo hi< lady fair. „• 1 It's a Lesion In Love, » Paramount'* "If I Were King." Tliiu Francoii Villon, whose adventure- filled life Koiialil Colmun pur. Irays, vjh+.urc thun a lover, he WQB a fighter. And hifi story us told by Frank Lloyd, Producer* Director, maker of feuch screen miracles at "\Vella Fargo" ami "Mutiny on the Bounty," is tin- grandest of action pictures!!! J«W KING Mr. and Mrs. Al Park of El Dorndo ire week end guests of Mr. and Mrs 'hos. KJnser. CHURCHES FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Thos. Brcwstcr, Minister Mr. and Mrs. George D. Lee am Vliss Myrtle Lee, of Port Arthur, Tex. irrived Friday for a .short visit with lieir grand-daughter and niece Mnrcici e Bowden, in the home of Mrs. J Bowden, Jr., and Mr. Bowden. The will return to Texas' Sunday. Poo- Sunday School 0:45 a. m. Morning Worship 10:55 o'clock. Vesper Service, with Young lies' Choir 5 p. m. Young Peoples group meeting C:15. Executive Board of Woman's Auxil- ary Monday at 2:30 p. m. Circle meetings Monday 3 p. m. Mid-week Service Wednesday 7:30 You are cordially invited to attend ny or al) of Uic.se services. A Closeup of "f hat Hitler 'GiH Friend res Each FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH V. A. Hammond, Pastor Sunday school attendance for No- ember began with 105 last week, jet's keep the record above the 100 mark all the month. •-, The pastor will speak Sunday morn- ng on "Definite Values in the Communion.' Every member of the Chris- inn church should' be present and hear his sermon. The service begins at 0:50 ;\. in. At the evening service, beginning it'7:30, the pastor will speak on "The Bigness of Little Things." The ser- 11011 is a verse by verse study of Acts 16:9-15. You arc cordially invited to worship ivith us Sunday. A hearty welcome awaits you in the Sunday School and in each of our worship services. NorthUie¥ock (Continued from Page One) Wildcats gained on the ground. The Trojan band outshone both loams. During the half, they gave tlio usual inarches, put on n display of fireworks thai wowed the customers It was their Armistice Day celebration The Wildcat co-captsiins, George Zawislak and Carl Tobby, crowned the homesocming quen, Miss June Johnson. Zawislak placed Ihe crown 01 her head, and Tobey gol the kiss. By NEA Service The woman Whose beauty, daring, and acting and directoral ability carried her high into the councils of Adolf Hitler is again in the United Stales. She is Lcni Rifcnstalhy, nnd she is .showing here the Olympic Games movies she made for the German government in Berlin two years ago. Slv: hus just finished a long slay in France wilh Ihe same purpose. The position of the charming, unmarried, 30-year-old nclrcss in the German government is not certain. Smilingly, she denied on landing in New York, the often repeated story that Hitler has been romantically drawn to her, though she has Jewish blood. Whaatcvcr her present relationship with Hitler and the German government, the "Film Director of National Pomp and Pageantry" is not traveling the world showing pictures made al great government expense unless .she still st:ind.s in favor wilh lhal gov- ernmenl and with Hitler personality. Horn In Tenement Miss Rii;l*enslahl has had a fascinating career. She was born in a Berlin tenement, cl.-nighlcr of a plain workman, a plumljor. Ignoring parental opposition, she turned to the singe. Al 14 she became a dancer, nnd was attached to a troupe under Mary Wigmun. Like Hitler, .she dabbled in painting. In 1!I2H, the year of Hitler's "bcer-ccllnr putsch," she was with a minor theatrical company in Munich. Then she broke into the movies. Her during, skill, and beauty caused her lo ri»e swiftly. She made "The Holy Mountain," 'The Great Leap," 'The Blue Light." "Storm Over Mt. Bine," "The White Hell of Pi/ Palu." All her films ran in'to Iho skijumping and nirplaning. Something like nn artistic "Pbrils of Pauline." Hitler is believed to have seen her work in "Blue Lighl" and asked lo meet her. This was a year before he took power in Germany. When he became dictator the memory of the vib rant actress remained. In 1!)33, '3.1. and '35 he called on her to make official movies of tbe Nazi Party congresses. No facility, no nid, no expense was spared. In 19,'iG she made similar official pictures of 10 Olympic Games at Berlin. In the "Iceberg" film she flew along Iceland bergs with Ernst Udet, •crman flying nee, and in tbc mount- in pictures she refused lo have doub- e.s fill in for her in Ihe most daring pi.sodes. Ycl her salon in Berlin when le is there is the most brilliant in the apital. Work For Hitler It was rumored a little.more than year ago that Joseph Goebels, de- ounced Miss Riefensthal at a Berlin ocial gathering ns part Jewish. She vas supposed to have been practically icked out of Germany at that time. Not only does Miss Riefenslhal deny 11 Ibis, bul il seems unlikely that she vould be louring the world on her resent mission wilh expensive of- iciol films if il were so. Even if here were a faint Jewish strain Miss Riofcnslahl's ancestory, il vould make no difference, for Hitler its pointed out that he. and he alone, 'ill determine who is and who is not Jew in Germany. Outstanding us artist, athlete, director, business executive, Miss Rief- Mislnhl is in many respects the out- tiinding woman in a Germany where inch carerri.sm is discouraged in wo- nen. "I work for Hitler," she said in dong on the present visit. Joiicshnro Swamped BLYTHEV1LLE, —Jonesboro Higl School fell from the unbeaten class a. Blythovillc smothered them under 45-lo-7 score before more than 5,00( spectators here Friday night. Stop Motion Pictures Arc Your Best Entertainment. TFEATEI c . T DOUBLE FEATURE 3 A 1. 5—UNITS—5 JACK UANDALL -m- "G U N PACKER" No. 2 —ALSO— No. Musical Western "THE BUCKAROO BROADCAST" No. 3—1WTCKEY MOUSE CARTOON No. 4—"NIGHTINGALES" in Color No. 5—No. 10 "Undersea Kingdom" Preview Sat. 11 p. in.—SUN.-MON. JACKIE •- w fm *•• cv * ** COOPER SALi 300 Fall and Winter Dresses for Women and Juniors S6.99 LADIES Specialty Shop ing Willard Tilley, fleet Jonesboro jack, nnd gumming up the Jonesboro passing attack most of the time, the -hicks hud things their own way. ~ouch Joe Dildy used substitutes frce- y after the Chicks had piled up a lead. Blytheville's star was Capl. Russ M'osley, who thrilled the crowd with several sensational runs. As n climux Lo the game, little Sonny Lloyd ran KH yards through the entire Jonesboro team for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Chicks' Eiul-Aroiind Works. The Chicks used their famous end- around play to score in the first period as Warrington stepped 20 yards for the touchdown. Bartholomew recovered a Jonesboro fumble and Blytheville marched to the one-yard line a few mniutes Inter and Paulk scored. Jonesboro recovered Moslcy's fumble on Blytheville's 30 and scored on a pass from Duugherty to Barringer with Daugherly passing to J. Osmen for the point. Blytheville scored again in the second quarter as Warrington passed to Thompson for a touchdown and Mosley made two , beautiful runs into Jonesboro territory, then passed to Baxter for another score. In the third quarter Mosley scored on nn end run, and again when Hnr- bcrt was downed on the one from where Blackwood bucked over. Lloyd's brilliant run in the fourth ended Blytheville's scoring. The Chicks rolled up 25 first downs to 12 for Jonesboro, completed three out of B passes and Jonesboro completed eight out of 20, with two intercepted. The Chicks were penalized eight times for 85 yards and Jonesboro four for 30 yards. tContinued from Fage Ontt made by DeQueen Authorities. The Pescoll and DeQueen teams meet next week. Coach Storey said he was making an investigation of Hascll'tr scholastic record. Hasell is a transefer student from Chedister, Coaeh Storey said. • " The Prescott team is built around Hasell and his loss Friday night was keenly felt, Coach Storey said De r Queen authorities protested to President Goza of the Arkansas Athletic association. The First Score Hope put over its first marker in the first four minutes of play. The Wolves took the opening kick-off, Williamson returning to the 20-yard line where he-was hit hard and dopped the ball, Hope recovering. Baker and Eason drove through tackle on two plays to advance the ball lo the 10. Parsons plunged for five to set the stage for the first score. Baker, on a line play, scored. Taylors' attempted kick for extra poinl failed. Near the end of the first quarter, Captain Dean Parsons recovered a fumble on the Prescott 25. Baker went over his right tackle for seven Baker and Parsons drove for a firsl down. Eason picked up five more to place the ball on the seven-yard line as the quarter ended. The Second Quarter The drive fell short of a touchdown when Prescott took possession on a fourth down. Williamson attemptet to punt out, but got off a low kick to Ellen on the 18-yard line where three on an attempt for extra point. i The Bobcats scored their *S*th tooth- clown • in the Inst 30 seconds «£ pliy when Bobby Elleti intercepted a Prescott pass and raced 50 yards for the score. Turner took Parson's pass for extra point as the gun ended the game, Frescott's chief offensive threat wag Dick Williamson, halfback, who ripped off several nice gains. Lost Game for Three Making their final .home appearance were at least three members of the Bobcat starting lineup, Captain Dean' Parsons, Jack Fulkerson and 'Jimmy' Taylor. All pyayed a bang-up game. The lineups: Hope- , Prescott Fulkerson _ / White .Left End Green Davis Left Tackle Quimby Adams Left Guard Ellen ;.. Wilson Center J. Taylor _ Harvey Right Guard Simpson _ : Byrd Right Tackle Turner _ Baker Right Eend Parsons - Smith Quarter Coleman _ Williamson Left Half Baker _ _ Stewart NoNewtaxBffl, Conrially Believes Improved Business Will •Bring Improved Take's, Says Texan WASHWGTON-(/PKSenator Con* nally, Texas Democrat, member of the senate finance committee, pfe-« dieted Saturday that the next cotl* gress would pass no general tax bill. Improving 'business conditions should increase federal revenues, making tax revisions unnecesssaiy, he said. ^'?J Eason Hgiht Half Danner Fullback The Summary First Downs—Hope 10; Prescott 7.' Hope attempted 14. pases, completed four, two for touchdowns, and had-'two intercepted. Prescott attempted 15,' yjIMIIIIIIIIIIIUIllllllllMIIIIIIIIlillllliU jUse 'Mont*s-Sugar-Cure| • When Bntchclng Pork and Beef E Electrically Mixed = | Printed Instructions Furnished 5 With Each Purchase = ' at .For Sale by s : MONTS SEED STORE, Hope. = [A, J. Ward, Bosston, S •J. F. RJggins, Buckner. 5 •T. O. Marior Store, WIUisvlHe. E iiiiiiiiiimiiiimimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii^ JMlUll OH UlU AO-ytUU HilV: WllUIU UUW 1,1 *>• JIJj. • * J. < plays later Eason passed to Jack Ful-- completed f.ve and had two intercept-! 1 * f _ «^I TTn«n lnot?nH 7£ *»o»«He If* naYialTtOe The glamorous Lcni Rcifcnstahl says she merely "works" for Hitler, hut continental gossips have long talked of a romance between Dcr Fuehrer 'and the mocie star, pictured as she arrived in the United States. kerson, end, who made a leaping catch to snare the ball for a touchdown. Taylor kicked the extra point. Late in the second quarter, fans were given a thrill when Captain Dean Parsons broke over his right guard, side-stepped the secondary and raced 65 yards down the field before he was brought down from behind on the 11- yard line. It was the longest run of the game. Eason found a hole over left guard and advanced the ball eight yards. Baker made it a first down on the Prescott two where Eason plunged across for the third touchdown. Ellen's attempted kick for extra point was wide. Jimmy Taylor kicked off to Prescott, went down the field to make the tackle as the half ended with Hope out in front, 19 to 0. The Third Quarter The Bobcat's fourth score of the game came about the middle of the third period when Hope got possession of the Prescott 30. Parsons got loose around his right end for a 26- yard gain, placing the ball on the 4 Parsons drove for two more and then on .the second try plunged across Ellen's attempted kick for extra point was wide. Near the end of the third quarter Coleman recovered Williamson's fumble on the Prescott 25. Parsons am Eason plunged for a first down as the quarter, ended. The Fourth Quarter • On the second play in the fina period, Eason passed to Fulkerson fo touchodwn. Taylor's kick was no gooc ed. Hope lossed 75 yards .in penalties. 'rescott lossed 30. Substitions—Hope, Ward, Calhoun; Bundy, Murphy,, Purtle. For Prescott —Ford, Grayson, Stanton, Davis, and Britt. HEATERS Circulating Radiant Clay Back Asbestos Back Bath Heaters Florence Cook Stoves Let Florence Do Your Cooking Hope Hardware Try Us 'For Your Meat Curing and Smoking. We Do It Right. Home Ice Company' .916 East Third Street Hope, Atk. FHA 5% Loans New and existing'property. Real Estate Mort. Loan Service 'ink Taylor, Agent; 309 First Na-|| I tional Bank Building. Phone 686., [ City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY. , PHONE 767 NOT ICE The MAGNOLIA Gasoline Station at the corner of Third and Laurel streets is now under new management. Washing & Greasing a Specialty W.H. HARRIS, Mgr. Phone 739 Hitler is a hachclor, hut there arc. indications he would like to be a hus- ami. One of his favorite poses is wilh n German family... Here is a new picture .showing him with the family of Dr. Joseph Goehhels, Nazi propaganda minister. It was Gocbhols who reportedly denounced Miss Ritfen- sthl as a Jewess. Willie—What have you got to blow about after winning only sixth place in the .son)) box derby? , Jimmy—Well, my prie was'a toy whistle. •'••• During 1987, 578,800,000 worth ' of musical instruments were sold, was an all-time high. This Eleanor—What do you do when you sec an unusually beautiful girl? Jane—I look for a while, then-1-get tired and lay the mirror down. Automobile headlights usually grow alternately dim and brighht. because of imperfect .connections, between-the battery terrnials and cables. FordjTc Kedbugs Win CAMDEN,—The battle for the cellar of Arkansas High School conference was won by Camden High School Panthers here tonight, who lost to the Fordyce Redbugs, 7to IS. The Panthers weakened in the final quarter after holding their own with the lighter Redbugs for three quarters. At the half the teams were tied, 7 to 7. It was Fordyqe's first conference victory and third win of the season. It was Camden's eigth loss in nine games. This is the poorest season for a Panther team in 15 years. 'MV COPR. 1938 B*Y NEA SERVICE. INC. Pardon me, madam, but I thinlt you'll have more Juck with.LUe soup* if you.use a sp.ojt>jqi Instead of the '\ sticks/ 1 ' puzzled I. 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