Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 21, 1938 · Page 3
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.Monday, November 21,1938 HOPE STAR, HOPE, 'ARKANSAS MBS. SID HENRY tf\\c Lnml of Beginning Again I wish there were some wonderful plnce Cgllod "The Land of Beginning Agnin" Where nil our mistakes and all our hcnrl nchcs And all of our poor selfifh grief Could bo dropped, like a shabby old cont, nt the door, And never put on agnin. We would find all the things we intended to do And forgot, and remembered — too late; Like praises, unspoken, little promises broken, And all of the thousand and one Little duties neglected, that might have perfected The day for one leas fortunate. —Selected (by request) The regular monthly meeting of the Alathean class of the First Baptist church which was to have been held Tuesday evening has been postponed until a later date. Mrs. Henry H. Stuart has returned from several weeks visit with rlcatives in Missouri points. Honoring their house guests, Mrs. Henry B. Bethell and Mrs. Edward Woodford of Little Rock, Misses Marie and Nannie Purkins entertained at a very charmingly appointed tea on Saturday afternoon at their home on East Second street. The guests were received at the door by Mrs. Ralph Routon and shown to the powder room by Mrs. W. Y. Foster, Mrs. Glenn Williams presented the hostesses and honorees, after which the guests -were invited to sit and enjoy a friendly chat. The rooms of this hospitable homo had an added beauty and cheer in the lovely arrangement of colorful fnll flowers, Gorgeous chrysanthemums and pink and red Radiance roses predominated in the fnmily sitting room and living room. The guests were invited into the dining room, where the Thanksgiving motif prevailed in the decorations, Mrs. I. Pilkinton presided over the coffee urn at a lace covered table, centered with white and yellow chrysanthemums, white candles gleamed among the flowers. White candles, casting soft rays on the Thanksgiving symbols were also used for lighting the dining room. Dainty little Miss Naii- ncttc Williams presided oycr the napkin tray and Miss Marie Antoinette Williams extended further courtesies ut the lea table. PAGE THREE COLDS? Mothers! Whenever anyone in your family has n cold, don't t needless risks , ease misery with WICKS V VAPORUB USED BY 3 MOTHERS OUT OF 5 The Cosmopolitan club held its regular meeting at the home' of Mrs. George Robison on East Greening street, with Mrs. D. D. Walbert ns joint hostess. Lovely fall flowers adorned the rooms of this attractive new home, and following a short business period, Mrs. Mac Stuart program chairman introduced Mrs. R. L. Broach who discussed "Color Magic In the "Home" followed by pointers "Wallpaper, draperies, and rugs by Mrs. Nallon Wylie. At the close of the program the hostesses served a delightful ice course. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. C. Kolb on South Main street a Young Matron's Circle of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist church will be organized. All young matrons under thirty years of age, arc cordially invited to join. Friends will sympathize with Mrs. T. R. King, who has been notified of the passing of her brother, H. W. Hayncs at his home in Kansas City •Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wylie and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Shelton of Shrcvcport, La., were week end guests of relatives and friends in the city Pro Cage Team to Play at Prescott Curly Wolves' Grid' Team Will Meet Bauxite Wednesday Night » PRSSCOTT.—The Ozark Hill Billies, a louring girls professional basketball team, will appear in Prcscolt Monday night at 8 o'clock to meet an all-star men's team composed of ex-college and high school stars. The game will be played in the new gymnasium. It was also announced that the Pros- cott High Schoo Ifootball team would play Bauxite at 8 o'clock Wednesday night on the Prcscolt field in the closing game of the season for both squads. Bauxite has a record of seven victories against one defeat. The Wolves have won six, lost 4 and tied one. Roll Call of Red (Continued from Pago One) South America Going Fascist DOUBLE FEATURES EVERY DAY Mon. 1. Dick Powell, Alice Faye "ON THE AVENUE" Mon. 2. '^SUBMARINE D-l" , Pat O'Brien, Geo. Brent TUES., WED. THUR. Rev. T. A. Midcllebrooks, Mrs. Dolph Carrigan, Mrs. C. C. Nash of Dallas, Texas, and Dr. Fred Midcllebrooks of Nccogdochcs, Texas, have returned orn a motor trip to points in Ala- ama, where they visited with rel- tives. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown were week nd guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Glover i Pine Bluff All singers taking part in "The lessiah" are requested to meet at the irst Methodist church Tuesday cven- ng at 7:15 for rehearsal. "PIGSKIN PARADE" and "HUNTED MEN" MON-TUES MICKEY ROONEY SPENCER TRACY "BOYS TOWN" Next Sun: "SUEZ" FHA 5% Loans New and existing property. Kcal Estate Blort. Loan Service I'ink Taylor, Agent; 309 First National Bank Building. Phone G86. ITCH Prescription 200,000 CURES ITCH JOHN S. GIBSON DRUG CO. C. P. Presley 1.00 Sam Womack ..._ „ 1.00 Alice Johnson .1.00 Willard Jones i.OO . Alfred Brannon I.OO Carl Roberts 1.00 A. Zimmorly 1.00 Jewel Honeycutt 1.00 Mrs. Julia Watkins 1.00 Walter Carter 1.00 Fred Pctrc 1.00 City Meat Market 1.00 Clifford Franks 1.00 Daniel W. Dinningtton 1.00 Dr. F. C. Crow 1.00 Neil Bacon „ 1.00 Ray Turner 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Duckctt 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McCloughan.... 1.00 Mrs. Kendall Lemley 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hendrix 1.00 Mrs. Henry Taylor 1.00 Mrs. K G. McRae 1.00 Mr. K. G. McRae 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thrash 1.00 Mr. Lewis Breed 1.00 James Hannah Ward 1.00 Elbert Jones 1.00 A. B. Patton 1.00 Mrs. S. R. Young 1.00 J. M. Bush, Jr 1.00 Mr. Paul Briant : 1.00 Mr. Dolphus Whitlen 1.00 Mr. Loo Tedford 1.00 Mrs. N. W. Page /. 1.00 (Continued from Page The Library The following interesting fiction and ion-fiction books may be read from lie shelves of your City Library. Fiction "Paula," by Victoria Cross. "The Awakening," by Warwick Deeping. "The Southerner," by Thomas Dixon. Non-Fiction ."A run through Russia," by W. W. Newton "A Passage to India," by E. M. Torstcr. For LarKc Women—a Dress With "Lengthening" Lines . N E W Last Day Monday PAUL ROBESON —in— "Sanders of The River" Also News & Cartoon SALE WINTER GOATS Sport Coats for All Around Daytime Wear. LADIES Specialty Shop ON SALE NOW Thanksgiving Specials A Remarkable Group of Lovely Dresses 2 $C99 FOR O A most beautiful collection of dresses for your every need throughout the day and evening. Dresses that speak for themselves in style and materials and offered to you at this exceptionally low price .. 2 for $5.99 Lodm Shop r _' ~ the other countries with the possible exception of Colombia. There is opposition to it. In Chile the popular front has just won an election by a slim majority. The defeated, candidate, Don Gustavo Ross, leader of the rightists, however, would have given the state a complete fascist regime had he won. But he is violently anti-German—anti-foreign, in fact. Indeed, this is the t key to Soulh America. Her countries suffer from serious economic disintegration. They arc commodity countries like many of our states are commodity states. The dislocation of the world's commodity markets has seriously hit countries like Bra/.il with her coffee, Chile with her nitrates and copper. Argentine with her wheat and beef. In seeking to repair their economic life thicV turn to the fascist pattern. They do not call it that. Indeed many do not, realize it. But the fascist pattern means nationalism. South Americans are intensely nationalist. They are suspicious of foreigners. They dislike German penetration or American penetration, or English exploitation. They are fascist but not pro-German. Of course the Germans, carrying on intensive propaganda. There are Nazi parties. They operate a powerful short wave station which floods every country with programs interspersed with propaganda. The Transocean News Service—a German corporation—operates as a domestic South American concern. Professors are furnished to schools free. Literature, magazines, books, lecturers swarm over the country. In spots, such as Santa Catherine province in Prazil, where Germans are congregated, they turn the schools into Nazi propaganda hives, teach'jihe children to drill, sing the Horst Wessel song and "Heil Hitler" instea'd^' : 6f "Viva Brazil." But most level-headed Americans in South America say the best answer 1 to all this is to let the Germans alone. Already South American countries become indignant at this. In Brazil laws lave been adopted to break up German population clusters and to limit mmigration, while propagandists have seen expelled. South Americans are allergic to drilling, saluting, singing fazis. The sum of all this is that South America is going fascist but not Nazi or pro-German. But how is the United States faring amid all this'.' That's the point to be considered in tomorrow's article. Pcrvlan President Orcar Benavidcs has surrounded himself with strong army to maintain what amounts to a fuscistic dictatorship. February for attempting to aid in a delivery at the Texarkana, Texas, city jail on January 14. He pleaded guilty to smuggling hacksaws into the jail for use by two youthful Oklahoma "crime tourists." Tillman had been held in the jail on a traffic violation. World Reaction (Continued from Fage One; Leopold Godowsky, Piano Artist, Succumbs at 68 NEW YORK—(/P)-Leopold Godowsky, 68, famed pianist and composer, died Monday from complications after an operation last Wednesday. The editorial declared that such a movement destroys progress toward peace. Reichfuehrer Hitler's own newspaper, Voelkischer Beobachter, published what it called a history of the ejection of Mormons from Missouri and Illinois, describing it as an "American parallel to the Jewish problem in Germany." The article was entitled "State Within a State." It carried an introductory paragraph designed to recall to the memory of "Fairminded Americans" a staggering parallel from the history of "God's own land," in the interest of 'better understanding of the Jewish question in Germany." The German press printed long editorials asking whether foreign governments intended for the Jewish question to blacken the international atmosphere. He Couldn't Rim Away SOUTH BEND, Ind —W 3 )—A defendant stayed in a hospital unguarded while awaiting trial on a federal narcotic charge. The reason is simple. He had alt- lete's foot on one foot and the federal officers had the other leg locked unit's cork. • 8318 Roosevelt Starts on Southern Visit President to Spend Two Weeks at Warm Springs Foundation ABOARD ROOSEVELT TRAIN En Route to Chattanooga.—0<P)—President "Roosevelt was bound Sunday night on a two weeks' trip to the South, during which he may reach decisions on important domestic and foreign affairs. His ultimate destination is Warm Springs, Ga., where he will arrive Monday night for two weeks of rest preparatory to the meeting of the new congress. En route he intended to spend hall a day Monday in Chattanooga, Term, inspecting the ChickaftVauga TVA dam across the Tennessee river and visiting the Civil war battlefields of Missionary Ridge and Lookout Mountains. Mr Roosevelt tentatively had arranged to make the Tennessee trip las September on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the battles • arouni Chattanooga in the War Between thi States but postponed the pilgrimage tc make his campaign journey to th Pacific coast. During his stay at Warm Springs the executive is expected to: 1. Confer with Senate and House Dem cratic leaders on the program for the new congress convening January 3. 2. Possibly meet with Hugh R. Wilson, ambassador to Berlin who has been summoned home for consultation and report on the situation in Germany, including the anti-Jewish campaign. 3. Apnounce several' mportant ap-i pointments, chiefly federal circuit and district judgeships, an increase Congress voted early this year to help clear up court dockets. 4. Discuss with national and Warm Springs foundation officials ways of Duke Sponsors Orphan WANSTEAD, England — The Duke of Kent entereci Cyril Day,- 10, in the orphanage here. The boy's father died after a fall while decorating his store to welcome the Duke to Needham Market, Suffolk. Record Turnout TUSCALOCCSA, Ala.—So great ha; interest become in varsity boxing a( Alabama that Dick Brickates, Crimson Tide mitt coach, is forced to work candidates for the 1938-39 squad in shifts A total of 84 aspirants—the largest nu'm'ber ever to report at a southen school—are seeking places on the team combating infantile paralysis/ One of his main purposes 4ft _ o the health resort is to have Tfliaifi ,-„ ;iving Day dinner with the Crippled? children there. This used to be an aft$f nual event, but other things have*' fil*! ervened in the 1 as ttwo years to lim to forego this get-together. Between swims in a glassed-in v water pool and motor rides about the""! bundation, the president is ejtpefiiecl«s o consider the program he will rec&rnil mend to Congress, whether to push fof*f ward with his legislative ideas of easel lis pace in view of Republican gains'! n the recent elections. His Best Trade \ DETROIT.—Joe Green, Detroit Y»'! M. C. A. boxing instructor, is a former , lightweight champion of Rumania. •[ Fort Worth.—Dutch Meyer, coach ofj undefeated Texas Christian, served aiST the Horned Frog water boy when ft* youngster. |J CHAPPED ,SKIN I T would be difficult to, find any preparation more effective for chapped skin than Mentholatum. Its Ingredients are renowned for relieving minor Irritations: of the skin. Mentholatum* quickly soothes the-pain and discomfort of chapping t and promotes proper healing. So, whether you have chapped lips,, chapped hands, or chapped ankles, remember to get quick relief by 'applying Mentholatum. ENTHDLATUM ;/••«•* COIV1FOR.T Daily >*& /,"T| This Will Advise That We Will Not Be in the Market Longer for Standing Timber, Logs, Bolts and Blocks. HOPE HEADING COMPANY At 70, "Texas Jack" (Continued from Page One) CAROL DAY If you want something not only smart and slenderizing, but also dis- inctly new, here's a design, Pattern S348, created especially for critical women. It's a type you can wear for tailored occasions as well as informal afternoons. Tucks on the shoulders give it just enough fullness at the bodice so that it fits beautifully, and has the smart His crvice in Congress was 'marked by ability to make friends with those on both sides of any question, and to do energetic work almost entirely without speaking on the floor. Slowly he came to wield a tremendous influence among fellow congressmen. This influence has broadened rathei than narrowed since in 1932 Garner became vice president That he has been •unsympathetic to many of the New Deael programs is no secret. The reason is easy to find in the acepetance speech he made in 1932: "There are just ,two things to this government, as I sec it. The first is to safeguard the lives and properties of our people. The second is to insure that each of us has a chance to wort out his destiny according to his talents This involves protecting him from be ing injured or oppresssed by those o: uperior acquisitiveness., and perhap: less conscience . . .'" There is no reason to believe that Garner today would wish to broaden this conception. But as he rounds 70, all these thoughts arc doubtless far from the vice president. Inpecting the pecan trees or live oaks that surround his ho'ni'e, or possibly making a trek into the Rio Frio country where he can re- slightly-bloused line. The slim-hipped skirt is a beauty, with side closing and three pleats that create a graceful line. Everything about this dress directs the eye up and down, so that it subtracts many pounds from your appearance. Thin wool, faille, flat crepe and crepe-satin are materials in which Pattern 8348 will make up beautifully. Outline the bodice closing with soutache or some similar braid. Pattern* 8348 is designed for sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 4fi, 48, 50 and 52. Size 38 requires 4% yards of 39-inch material; 1% yards of braid. The new Fall and Winter Pattern Book, 32 pages of attravtice designs for every size and every occasion, is now ready. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Lte the charming designs in this new book help you in your sewing. One pattern and the new Fall nad Winter Pattern Book— 25 cents. Pattern or book alone— 15 cents. For a Pattern ol this attractive model send 15c in coin, your name, address, style number and size to Hop* Star Pattern Bureau, 211 W. On My Way To ROBISON'S DRESS SALE and you'll have to hurry if you get in on the savings offered on their entire stock of fall and winter dresses. ROBISON'S GUARANTEES that every dress in this sale is new (some received as late as Nov. 1st.) and that there isn't a single carried over dress in the whole tot of over 100 dresses. lax as camp cook—these are more to the taste of John Garner than a formal birthday party with many candles. • « • Stolen Auto Here (Continued from Page Cne) man wrecked Lowry's car at Hope, on November 11, Baker said. At a football game that night, he touk Ward's car which has the same description as Lowry's, and came to Tcxarkana, the Hope police chief said. A quantity of women's clothing was found on the rear seat of Wind's car when it was picked up Sunday morning, officers said. Tillman had on his pel-son several small articles, a pockel- flishlight and a tire guagc, police said. The youth was taken to Hope Sim- day by Baker, who said he did nol know whether charges woidd be filed against him in state court or whether the youth would be turned over to federal officers for prosecution under the Dyer act. Tillman at present is under a two- year suspended sentence, assessed him in 102nd district court at Boston last Included in this group are lovely frocks made by such famous manufacturers as Nelly Don and Prfma Donna. Beautiful new fall shades and all good styles. SALE PRICE In this group are light weight woolens, silks, alpacas, and crepes. A large selection to choose from and not a bad style in the group. SALE PRICE Our very top line of smart dresses. Made by College Campus and other famous makers. All the lovely high shades of fall coilor in woolens and silks. SALE PRICE Sale Opens Tuesday 8:3O A. M. W. Robison 6* Co. Geo. We Give Eagle Stamps Prescott The Leading Department Store

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