„. Tuesday, November 22,1938 HOPE STAR, HOPE, To warm your hearth for evening's Brill, South Washington street, wilh M , s , ,' , , Mrs. Rob Jones as joint Irosless. Fol- Nol just some wood, but sec you take: lowing the business session, n "Get I n *•»!»»• I/ fl\l' it ttl*nl I i> F\ „*•.•>„ . T it II *•" ' I —- logcthor meeting was enjoyed al which time, accomplishments of the yew's work ml plans for the coming your were discussed. During the so- , Cherry for n pretty flume; Maple for n cheerful bln/.e; Rudely cedar for n scent; Driftwood for its tint mid htio: And perlmps curved with u initnc, Applcwood for spice of days In high orchiirds; .spruce w<is incnnl To snap nnd chr.Ucr buck nl you, Others to hum glowingly, But sec you choose them knowingly. —Selected. Mr. nnd Mrs. Huw.-ircl Houston left Monday night for a visit wjtli rolnlivcs Mid friends in St. Louis, Mo., and Detroit, Mich. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Smyth had [is Monday dinner guest:., Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Price, Miss Belly Price and Mrs. William Evans, Jr., of Shrevepurt, La. • —o~Circle No. I) of the W. M. U., First Baptist church hold its November meeting on Monday afternoon al the home of Mrs. S. L. Murphy, East Broadway, \vjth six members and two visitors present. The Missionary study was given by Mrs. It. D. Lipscomb. During the .social hour delicious refreshments were served. Miss Dorothy Gunter of Texas College for Women. Deiiton will spend the Thanksgiving hulidiiys with Mi.ss Annie lUilh Keilds in Richmond. Texas, and Miss Myrtle Kmell in Houston Texas. —O- Miss Tompie Fae Toiand of Magnolia, A. & M. will arrive Wednesday .t0 fcj^nd Thunloigivini: wilh her pur- lf,^Mft and Mrs. Clyde Toland. ' f*. ,_.._, The Womans Missionary Society of First Christ! anchurch wjll hold a Thanksgiving Food Sale Wednesday in Ihe J. F. PorU-rfield Heal KM;,to office on Front street, telephone your onlers to Mrs. George Dodd S15-W. —O— Dr. Comer Routon (another Hoi>e boy on my li.st of those who are making Hood i. who is lining interne work in St. Anthony's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Okla., arrived Salurda.V for a week's vist wjth lii.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I 1 '. Uoulon, Sr., and other relatives anil friends. Circle No. , r , of the W. M. U. First Baptist church hoi da most interesting and pleasant mooting on Monday afternoon nl the howe of Mrs. John Tues. Boys Town Mickey Rooney Spencer Tracy W E D "Better Wed." Pictures "Girls School" Anne Shirley . cial hour, delicious refreshments were served to 13 members. Double Features Every Day TUES-WED-THURS "Pigskin Parade" Plus "HUNTED MEN" Master Shoe Rebuilders Wilh 22 years of experience iu fine Shoo repairing enables us to give you the very best. We guarantee our work to please. 100 Block on Walnut St. A wedding of much interest to Ihcir many friends was that of Miss Charllcn Irvin and Jesse Milam Green both of this city, who were quietly married at the home of Rev. Roberson at Washington last Saturday evening, Rev. Roherson sa,ying the ceremony. The bride is the popular young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Irvin, and a graduate of Uia.cn High School. The groom is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Green, a graduate of Nashville High School, and is coifliccted wilh the Cox Gin Company. The young couple is residing in Ozan al the present. C. M. E. Conference at Magnolia on Wednesday The annual conference of the C. M. E. Church will convene in Magnolia this Wednesday and will continue through Sunday. Bishop J. A. Bray, of Chicago, will preside over the conference meetings. The Rev. George W. Young, presiding elder of (he Prescoll district of the C. M. E. Church, with the Hope delegation, left Tuesday for the conference meetings. The Rev. Young will represent the Presiding elders of the annual confer- in a reception and banquet to the Mm M,E. Walker Is Buried Friday Funeral Services Are Held From Water Creek Church Mrs. Mury E. Walker, 76, died Thursday, November 17, at her home six miles west of Hope. She had been ill only n week, although In declining health several years. Funeral services were held Friday at Water Creek chur'ch, conducted by the Rev. B. Luck and the Rev. Bert Webb of Hope. Burial was in Water Creek cemetery. Surviving are one son, Chcslcy ,M. Walker of Hope; three daughters, Mrs. Minnie Taylor, of Hope, Mrs. Gracie Slringfellow of Hope, and Mrs. Ethel Mnrtindalc of Hope. Two brothers, John Elliott of Broken Bow, Okla., and Lee Elliott of Washington; three sisters, Mrs. Alice Ofelcs- by of Hope, Mrs. Addle Ayrcs of Hope, and Mrs. Bell Raincy of Texarkana. Born near Washington, she had been resident of Hcmpstead county' practically nil of her life. She had been a member of the Water Cheek Methodist church for about 40 years. PAGE THREE Forest Fires Hit Five-Year Record Careless Smokers Account for Most of 144 Fires in Woods • Experiencing the worst forest fire season in five years the Arkansas Forestry Commission reports that 144 fires . * *-•!••> j t-*wiiiimaaiuii i irjjui us tiiuL x***i in ea bishop and prosKlmg elders of the con- were suppressed in protection Unit I'erence, which will be open to con ferenee members, laymen and dele gates. CARD OF THANKS We wish In lake this opportunity in thanking our friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the recent illness and death of our mother. We also with to thank the Guernsey M-hool and others who contributed floral offerings. Chesley M. Walker Mrs. Minnie Taylor Mrs. Ethel Marlindalo Mrs. Gracie Stringfellow. Curd of Thanks We wish to thank our ninny friends and also Dr. Lile nnd Dr. Smith for their kind expressions of sympathy nnd the beautiful floral offerings during the rcct'iit illness and death of our mother and grandmother. The Williams Family Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeff Wright Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt Warns Negroes to (Continued from Page One) . and giving them personal notices to report at the Lewis and Verger clinic to continue treatment. "It is not our policy to cause n pcr- -on to lose his or her job—but if they lo not report nnd continue treatment we will be forced under our agrce- nent with the City of Hope and individual concerns to give them the facts n the. delinquent cases." Tuesday-Wednesday • DOURLK FEATURE No. 1 OENE AUTRY—in Man From Music Mountain' i No. 'i Leo Ciirillo, Edilh Follows in—"CITY STREETS" Nine during October. This unit in eludes LuFayclle and parts of Oua chita, Columbia, Nevada and Hemp stead counties. According to Dislrict Foresler Rus ;ell Stadelman only 19 of these fires were apparently of an incendiary na- It's a Pipe, Say ?* College Curies Dozens of girls are reportedly taking to pipe-smoking at Tulane University in New Orleans. Witness technique of pretty convert Rose Lapeyere. Mother of Travis Jackson Succumbs Dies Several Hours After Suffering Cerebral Hemorrhage WALDO, Ark.—Mrs. W. C. Jackson, mother of Travis Jackson, well-known figure in baseball circles, died at 9 a. m. Monday, seven hours after she hnd suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. She followed her husband in death by three weeks, as he died October 31 after a long illness. Mrs. Jackson was born and reared here, her maiden name being Miss Ella Farrar. Survivors, besides Travis Jackson, include one brother, Frank Farrar of Clarendon; fdur sisters, *Mrs. J. S. Jackson of Waldo, Mrs. Frank Maxwell of Memphis, Mrs. L. B. Turley of El Dorado and Mrs. T. Webber Wilson of Washington, D. C.; two grandchildren, Dorothy Jean and William Travis Jackson. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Waldo Baptist church, with the Rev, Roy Sims, pastor, officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. B. Luck and the Rev. E. B. Jones, of Magnolia and the Rev. George Reutz of Waldo. Smith cemetery. Burial will be in Colonial Plan for Jews Stirs Nazis Germany Doesn't Want Them Put in Her Former Colonies BERLIN, Germany—(/P)—Both Germans and Jews were amazed Monday ngiht at the British plan for Jewish refugees to settle on former German colonial soil—a project to which Germany is strongly opposed. There was even talk that Reichsfuehrer Hitler would summon the Reichstag quickly to protest against allotting former German territory to Jews. German officials asked about their reaction referred to newspaper comment in the last few days in which the press unanimously said Germany would protest most sharply against any settlement of Jews in her former possessions. Jewish leaders acclaimed as Chamberlain spoke, said they ex- jitterbugs. unamDenam spoKc, saia iney ex- misiaKcn impression she was a kflnj pected the chancellor to tell Pifow TOO. This seems to be a new thrfeat that Germany would consider as an "•"--* —~ "affront" any scheme for settling German Jews on former German soil. Wage^urBill (Continued from Page One/ combat a growing strike movement and assure success for the government's economic program. Chamber circles said the premier's political strategy centered on the almost certain dispute between Leftist parties and the government when Parliament reconvenes next month to discuss the 1939 budget and the new decree laws. Deputies said the whole plan reflects the premier's announced determination lo go "through the end." if necessary, to rebuild France's finances successfully. They cited strong government con trol of a wave of small strikes that broke out, apparently to test the new decree law extending the 40-hour week. Swift police action broke up •*.».. * u .. *_uuv.i t> av.v.Kuiuui.1 eia wuit — ••».*.*•.« M r> J.LI, j/w»i.uu a^iiuji ui ujtc *Jri derful" Chamberlain's statement in at least two occupation strikes. Four State Completes Industrial Board SiSSk^fi^S Has Autho7it7to Enforce tossed burning cigacttes or malchcs away while traveling along in a car or walking through the woods. According to the District Forester the M4 forest fires burned over about 1000 acres, an average fire of about seven acres. To illustrate how these fires originated the District forester listed the causes and the number of fires as follows: 1. Smokers—67 fires. 2 Hunters—23 fires. 3. Incendiary—19 fires. 4. Debris, burning—13 fires. 5 LirnVbering—11 fires. fi. Campers—G fires. 7. Railroads—4 fires. 8. Road crews—1 fire. It can be seen that during extremely dry weather it takes only a spark to ginitc the forest floor. Forest Rangers in this area will apprecate the co-operation of the general public, inasmuch as this is necessary to make the protection of forest land in this county 100 per cent effective. Reo^rossjotal Is (Continued from Page One) Safety Regulations on Industry LITTLE ROCK.—J. Paul Ward of Batesville, assistant manager of Governor Bailey's campaign for renomina- tion in the Augut primary election, was designated chairman of the Stale A vagi-ant in Georgia has actually done something about the cotton surplus. When arrested recently he was wearing six shirts. Industrial Board by Governor Bailey Monday. W. E. McClure of North Little Rock, Missouri Pacific Lines conductor, was appointed the third member of the board. O. C. Chism of Little Rock was appointed to the six-year term' on the board last February. The governor designated Mr. Ward as a four-year appointee and Mr. McClure for a two- year term. All members will serve six yeear terms on subsequent appointments. Salaries are ?4,200 a year. The board was created by Act 161 of 1937, which reorganized the State Labor Department. The law stipulated that the board "shall have the power t omake, modify, and repeal reasonable rules for the prevention of accidents or of induserial or occupational diseases in every employment or place of employment, or such reasonable rules for the construction, repair and main- lenance of places of employment, places of public asse'nYbly, and public buildings as shall render them safe." London which opened up the prospect of Jewish havens in British Guiana and Africa including Tanganpika, the former German East African colony. But, like Ihe Germans, Iheir attention quickly was focused on the problem of German opposition to their settlement on soil which Germany lost in Ihe World war and insists she must lave again. "Won't Hitler be so enraged about Tanganyika that he won't let any Jew out of Germany?" one leader asked. Another said the Nazis had informed German Jewry that Hitler would not permit any Jews with visas to emigrate to Tanganyika or any other former German possession to leave Germany. "This probably means new persecution to start with," one Jewish leader said, "but, of course, that sacrifice also must be faced if only in the end we are allotted some place to start life anew." Their wives were busy with geographies, studying British Guiana, and to the exclamation of one that "Why, that's so hot a climate nobody can live there," another retorted with determination: "Well, Jewish science has advanced to a point where we can make a heaven even of such a reported hell. We'll simply have to show the world what Jewish ingenuity can do." It was assumed that the first foreigner to bear the brunt of Hitler's exas- peralion over Chamberlain's announcement would be Oswald Pirow, defense minister of the Union of South Africa, who is to see the fuehrer Thursday at Berchtesgaden. Informed Nazi quarters, before . hours after the first strike agitation at .he Hutchinson Tire company plant in uleaux, the factory was cleared and polcie guards instead of pickets pa- .rolled the grounds. Police also removed 250 workers from .he Saint Gobain chemical plant near Roubaix, in northern France, after employes had occupied the factory in protest against a lengthened work week. An actor in Hollywood who complained he never had a part which he could get his teeth into has been cast as an Indian. Now he's biting the dust.' An Australian hunter is reported to have shot a young woman under the mistaken impression she was & 666 Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops relieves ' GOLDS* first day, HEADACHES and FEVER due to Colds, in 30 minuted, Try "Rub-My-Tism"-a Liniment SALE WINTER COATS I Sport Coals for All Around Daytime Wear. $10.95 LADIES Specialty Shop IT C H Prescription 200,000 CURES ITCH JOHN S. GIBSON DRUG CO. :A ANNOUNCING THE REMOVAL, OF OUR OFFICES TO 403 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, HOPE, ARKANSAS. Telephone Office 456 Residence 374-M Hours 9 to 11:30 a. m. 2 to 5:30 p. m. DRS. CROW & Chiropractors =Use Mont's-Sugar-CureE 5 When Rutclicing Pork and Beef E E Electrically Mixed | 5 Priutuil Instructions Furnished E = Wilh Each Purchuso = ~ For Sale by E E MONTS SEED STORE, Hope. E E EWVAIUKS & CO., Bradley S E L. It. CAUDLE, Bodcaw E E G. B. WOLFF STOKE, liingcn S niitiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiir^ BEGINNING WEDNESDAY HARVEST SALE 1UO New Fall and Winter Dresses Positively Reduced Below Cost Group 1 $2.95 Group 3 . $6.95 Group 2 $4.95 Group 4 $8.95 Also offered in this price-slashing sale are the exclusive lines of Marionette, LeVine, Style- frocks, Devine and Phoenix. Every Sale Final No Refunds No Exchanges No Alterations Fashion Shop Mrs. Robert Campbell 1.00 Mrs. Crit Stuart 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Slusser .... 1.00 Miss Margaret Baird 1.00 Mrs. Clicd Hall 1.00 Mrs. Tom McLarty 1.00 Dr. J. M. Branch 1.00 Mrs. Johnie McCiibc 1.00 Mrs. A. H. Hudison 1.00 Mrs. Alia Key 1.00 Miss Zcnobia Reed 1.00 H. D. Franklin 1.00 R. D. Franklin, Jr 1.00 Mss Beryl Henry 1.00 J. H. Jones 1.00 Thomas Cannon 1.00 W. C. Brasher 1.00 Mildred McCance 1.00 Sarah Piiyton 1.00 R. E. Jackson 1.00 J. S. Galbraith 1.00 Mrs. Irma Dean 1.00 J. W. Sanzes 1.00 Ruth Taylor 1.00 Mary Billingsley 1.00 Mary Droke 1.00 Lula Garland 1.00 Mrs. Ralph Routon 1.00 Mrs. B. C. Hyatt 1.00 Lula Allen 1.00 Dr. A. C. Kolb 1.00 Mrs. R. M. Briant 1.00 R. M. Briant 1.00 Lloyd Spencer 1.00 Mrs. C. C. Spraggins 1.00 W. C. Miller 1.00 Mrs. Clara Broach 1.00 Mrs. E. P. O'Neal 1.00 Miss Sva Owens 1.00 Mrs. Garretl Story 1.00 First National Bank 10.00 Capitol Hotel 1.00 W. P. Agee 1.00 C. Cook 1.00 E. P. Young 1.00 Moses Service Station 1.00 Joe Wray 1.00 Cecil Wyatt 1.00 R. L. Broach 1.00 J. R. Williams 1.00 Mrs. J. R. Williams 1.00 Hempslead Motor Company.... 1.00 Harvey Thomas 1.00 Claude Starr, Jr .'.. 1.00 Elizabeth Bridewell 1.00 William G. Johnson, Jr 1.00 Bui-ford J. Poe .... . . 1.00 N. M. Faulk 1.00 Talbol's 1.00 F.. L. Luthans 1.00 Mrs. A. A. Holbert 30 EALTH BEAUTY I I TV '!•>•"• PROTECT FAMILY HEALTH ——•••—•i^— CONCENTRATED SUPER SUDS WASHES CLOTHES AND DISHES HOSPITAL- CLEAN \ "Us, KEEP SKIN YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL GUARD AGAI NST f MIDDLE- AGE "SKIN WITH PALMOLIVE SOA? f •VI Total $490.95 Hope High School, Brookwood School, Paisley School, Briants Drug Co., Graves & Graves, First National Bank have all joined one hundred per cent. SPECIAL LOW PRICES DURING THIS SALE! GIVES 60% MORE SUDS BECAUSE IT'S CONCENTRATED This new, improved Super Suds in the blue box is now Concentrated to give 60% more suds, cup for cup, than before, even in hard water... suds that soak out dire i . . eliminate hard scrubbing! And Concentrated Super Suds gets clothes and dishes really clean—HOSPITAL- CLEAN! It removes most germs doctors warn are in all soiled clothes. BUY 3 CAKES AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES! MADE WITH GENTLE OLIVE OIL Palmolive is made with Olive and Palm Oils, nature's finest beauty aids! That's why it's so good for dry, lifeless "Middle-Age" Skin." Its gentle, different lather cleanses so thoroughly, softens and refines skin tex« ture ... leaves complexions radiant! Protect your beauty with Palmolive ... the beauty soap made with Olive Oil! Buy Palmolive Soap io 3, 6 or 12 cake units from your nearest dealer today; FOR A GRAND ALL-PURPOSE SOAP TRY CRYSTAL WHITE • It requires but 15 minutes for an army photographer to take an aerial picture, develop it in a darkroom aboard the plane, $nd drop it to the ground forces with a parachute, A forty-yeer-old Hungarian gipsy woman has thirty children, including six sets of vsvins, Crystal White is the creamy-, grease and grime in a jiffy , . . white bar soap made with the get everything crystal clean. -•••••-•' ---'• Crystal White Soap-the family bar soap—is ideal for dishes, same costly tropical oil used in making expensive toilet soaps. That's why it gives thicker, why it gives richer, longer-lasting suds— "billion-bubble" suds. These pots, pans ... every household cleaning job. Get your supply of Crystal White Soap from »-«*»^V** t^ W W*V V *• — »-• »**W**V V* ~* J IJV*** VT A-IAIW SJV/^IL' barder.working suds soak out your nearest dealer today! 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