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Monday, December 5.1938 HOPE STAR, HOPE, Memories I climb the mountains And glimpse the sunshine beyond the clouds. I see the (clear, blue heavens above the sordid things— For I have memories. I Jaiil the .seas And feel the salt spray wash my cheek, I watch the blue weaves roll,'the sea gulls fly— For I have memories. I live again the old days And seo the smiles and hear the voices, T^fecl the touch of hands on mine— for I have memories.—Selected. Mrs. C. A. Kvnns of Arlcadelphia, chairman of Alcoholics and Narcotics of Arkansas Congress of Parents and anchors will conduct the .second lesson in the P. T. A. Study 1'rogniin at the city hull on Tuesday afternoon at J o clock. The Friday Music club will give a presentation from the Messiah by the Friday Choral club assisted by members of the different choirs on Sunday afternoon December 11 at -I o'clock the public is cordially invited. Mrs. J. W. Wimberly, Misses Wyblo and Pansy Wimberly, Miss Ellen Carrigan and Jack Witt were Sunday visitors in Shreveport, La. v'Mr. and Mr.s. O. L. Wyatt an- •vnouncc the marriii K e of their dauyh- ; tor, Shirley to llollis Earl Thcarl, son .'--Of Mr.s. M. G, Thcarl and the late Mr. Ilicarl of Columbus. The wedding took place on November 21 an Washington, Ark., with the Rev. G. W Robinson officiating. Mr. and Mr.s. E°P. y, Mlnf , ,,.„, ;|S week-end fjuest-s, Mr. and Mr.s D D i ettigrew of Sacramento, Calif. —O— Mrs. James L. Jamison has returned rom a visit will, relatives in Little Rock. of her cousin, Miss Myrtle Bell Neal in Texarkanu, Harold King of Dallas, Texas, is spending a few days visiting with his tnoUior, Mrs. T. H. King and sister, Mrs. Lucille Dildy. Mr. and Mrs. J. b. Brown and Miss Mabel Smithy wore Sunday visitors in Atlanta Texas. Mrs. William Morelaml of Los Angeles is here on a two-weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Reginald Bourdon of Washington. Look Pretty ns n Picture This "Picture" Frock In The Bay View Reading club will meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. W, F. Saner, North Hcrvoy street, with Mrs. W. W. Johnson as joint hostess. —O— Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Miller announce the arrival of a little .son, Wilbur Ladd Jr., on Saturday, December ii; at Julia Chester hospital. | W. F. Hutchins Jr., and Willard I Anderson were Sunday visitors in Al- I lanla, Texas. The ensemble program which was to have been held by thp Friday Music club on Friday, December 9, lias been ]>o.s!|>oned until after the holidays, Poplar Grove 190, Woodmen Circle, will meet in the Woodmen Hall, South Main. Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. It is expected that officers for the cn- Miiiitf year will be elected at this time, with other business that will be transacted. A good attendance is expected. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Ogburn and .son Jim. were Saturday visitors in Little Hock. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Fikc. Mrs. Del a While .-mrl M i: , s Onio Chamberlain wore Sunday visitors with Mr and Mr.s. Bill I{,,b ( . rls in Hl ,yo, Ukla I hey wore- accompanied home by Mr.s. Chamberlain, who has been the K i,esl of the Koberts ful . t , t week. Friends will he glad t,, know that (he condition of Mr.s. Marion Buchanan, who has been critically ill at nor homo on South Main .street for the past two weeks i.s reported a.s improving. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Stephcnsmi spent the week-end- ns giiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Jett Black in Vivian, La. Harry Couch passed on at his home in Magnolia, Sunday afternoon Mrs Couch is a niece of Mr.s. Nellie Turner of this city. Miss Ahbic Hutchins i.s the guest A Book a Day By Bruca Catton Gambling History of America —MON.-TUES.— GARY COOPER Merle Oberon in "THE COWBOY and the LADY" WEDNESDAY Yon would expect gambling be some D)in),' of on American invention, running ILS it has through our nationa life from Colonial c);iys to (he present But gambler that he is, the America Ims never conceived a single majoi fi;imc of chance. The ideas have all come from the Old World. hey've come and the United States h;is m:idc the most of them Herbert A-sbury. who revels in the chronicling of the nation's bad habits, tecls the whole engrossing story in a book a.s fast moving us the rouletc wheel Mead nnd Co.: $3.50). Gambling got its big start in America say.s Mr. Asbury, through the port of New Orleans . Here faro and porker .•"id cnips nnd the lottery thrived, I'venliiiilly to spread across the ontin- ent with the nnlion itself. H spread along the Mississipi, into New York and Washington, westward lo Chicago, into the cow towns the railroad boom towns, anl into California with the forty-niners. Out of it eveloed such national expressions ns ".square deal" "stool pigeon," 'hock" an dplaying both ends against Hie middle.' Kiclujrd Canficld ,who Mr. Asbury wivs was (he greatest gambler of them all, amassed ?13,000,000 before he retired. Today gambling i.s a form of racketeering, as Mr. Asbury tells it.— SERIAL STORY LOVERS AWEIGH PAGE THREI BY BETTY WALLACE — — NBA «eRVI«, INC. CAfiT OF CHAnACTERS A '' C °. T * fncc.l n choice Freddie Bartholomew Judy Garland—in "LISTEN DARLING" . —MONDAY- DOUBLE FEATURES "BANJO ON MY 'KNEE" —And— "ALCATRAZ ISLAND" Tues-Wed-Thurs "Jungle Love" —And— "Tip Off Girls" Has Gold-Plated Machine the Shah Didn't Want JACKSONVILLE, Fiu.-(/p,_Bondor A. Chiiwthon, a Jacksonville resident, Ims an ancient gold-plated phonograph rhoma.s A. Edison is said to have man ufaclurcd for the Shah of Persia SO years uso. The Sliah sent a phonograph order ti- Kdison in the early days of the lalk- "ifi inai-hiiie and through a misundcr- .sl.-indiiit,' two gnld-platcd de luxe type Kramophoncs were 'm'ade and sent to him instead of one. The Persian ruler promptly returned one. b'clisim made a preasant of the returned machine to John H. Mackey, a friend and associate, who later settled in Jacksonville. Mackey died a year Jiff" and Cawthon obtained the phonograph from his estate. By CAROL DAY Imagine yourself in this, made black or jewel lone velveteen, and ai old-fashioned, new-fashioned locket a your throat. Doesn't the mere mental pictur brong a sense of satisfaction? Th reality will certainly bring you manj compliments, for this doll-waisted wide-skirled, pictorial design. Patten 8279, is one of the most flattering slender girl can possibly wear. Anc this particular line, too, is highlightec it the midscason Paris Openings. Either for daytime, in ehallis or wool crepe, or for afternoon, in velveteen or taffeta, this dress is just as smart as t is easy to make. If you sew it of velveteen, omit the rows of trimming, liis is such a good pattern it deserves to be made up several times. A detailed sew chart is included. Pattern 8279 is designed for sizes 12, 14, 1G, 18 and 20. Size 14 requires 4'A yards of 39 -inch material; 3% yards of ~ribbon or braid to trim; 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 Ihis new book help you in your sewing. One pattern and the neXv Fall nad Winter Pat- 10 II T CAMl'Mf'JM,—nmlil- IfoiM lieutenant. n«. fnrcd n choice lAri* 1 W "* nni * l!ll ' y ' * f ^.1 n . ccl ' n '"' °* n limit*! lo«-«s MAIlVISh II A S T I IV O K—navy wife. Xhc fnccil the ient ot being n Rood nnllor. * * * TpMrnlnyt Jlj- ni-clilenl, nn-lprhf mrom ,lmlj- nirnln, rrlnfr* hln troiililp*, hn«v Cnry Trnmuit doted, t't"'"'inr I"A TI ' P </llk '* tt " ln " old love.' ' " '* er CHAPTER XXV man's wife!" The words drummed in Judy's brain. She stared at Dwight. Had he actually said that? Did he realize what he was saying? Why, that meant that Gary Tennant had dared—that Dwight had seen him, kissing Marvel. She remembered the time she and Dianc'Bell had glimpsed Marvel and Cory Tennant in that downtown San Diego restaurant Gary's hands had been so close to Marvel's, almost caressing her fingers. The smile that had shone i Marvel's eyes—the unaccountable the incredible air of flirtatio: there had been between the tw of thenn. She and Diane had calle themselves cats, Judy remembered Cats for being suspicious. An yet—they had been right. Excep that then Marvel hadn't been Mrs Dwight Campbell yet. She hai merely been engaged. But to b' engaged is almost'the same . . . Anew, Judy seemed to hear tht voice of Gary Tennnnt, as she had heard it that night at Marvel' nousewarming. She and Jack Hanley, standing close together. "Marvel s just having a little fling,' Gary had said. "It won't last long.' He had been jeering. With such an attitude toward her marriage with so obvious a disrespect for her Navy husband, no wonder he made love to Marvel! * * * JJWIGHT was saying, "I .couldn't lYlnlr r» TVTnYMTi-vl n«« it. "That might have blown «v tl) he said thoughtfully, as if he were speaking his thoughts aloud, counting them over more to himself than to her. "We might still nave made a go of it if it weren't for all her money. Money! And I thought money might be a help . . . She Wanted to buy Pari clothes, travel in the most luxu rious way. Whenever I said couldn't afford a three hundred dollar gown, or twenty-five dolla hats, she always flung back that couldn't stop her from spending her money. She was used to running around—extra fare trains, the smartest nightclubs, the right resorts in the right seasons— I made me feef cheap because I couldn't go, or pay her way: "Yes, I see. A girl who has been accustomed to so much money—i would be hard for her to live on ; make Marvel see it my way Judy. She kept insisting that she must be allowed to keep her old mends. They understood her, she said. My friends were impossible She hated them! She said she hated the Navy! And I always knew—I couldn't help seeing—that in Marvel's old. crowd, a little philandering doesn't matter. They expect it. It's the only fun they have! None of them work—more money than they know what to do wuh— Why, Judy, that party on Carey Tennant's yacht was— wasn't decent!" Judy knew what he meant, cocktails to excess, and laughter to excess. Wild dancing—heedless gaiety. Today we live and tomorrow — the deuce with what happens! All she could find to say was, "I'm sorry." ^ • Navy budget." ''Yes, I know. But just the .same—" He hitched in the seat His face was drawn. He said at last, tiredly, "Well, it's over Marvel left me no doubt about that. She's going to Reno. Probably m Gary Tennant's private CQT] "Maybe it'll blow over," Judy .™ d> * r y' m S to sound cheerful. Maybe Marvel will change her mind." She asked herself inwardly why she was bothering to comfort Dwight, why she was de- lending his disloyal wife. Marvel Hastings wouldn't have defended Judy. In a way," said Dwight, setting his jaw, "I don't want it to blow over. All these scenes, and so many things interfering with my work on the ship, are making hash of my career. She came right on board, and she—we—" * * * )R a moment they both sat in silence, and then he said heavily, "If she wants a divorce, I won t stop her. I can start over. She wasn't cut out to be a Navy wife." "I'm so sorry—" Judy said. Her nands were tightly clasped. He turned tow.-ird her with weary appeal. "I don't know why -—I thought I could ever make her over; People never make other people over, do they? You're a typical Navy girl. Everything a man in the service needs. I knew hat. Yes—" Then he said "I was a fool. I—I didn't realize that —I hurt you, too. I didn't mean to. But I—I was so blind." 'No," said' Judy in a strangled one. "No, Dwight. You—you never hurt me. You mustn't think o. I—I'm fine!" His hand touched hers. "Dont udy. I know. I tried to pretend o myself that all those dates of urs were only friendly. I told jnyself-a man can't love two girls, i and 1 was crazy about Marvel. But it was an infatuation. All the time I knew you were sweet and good and what I wanted. But I couldn't rid myself of the crazy way I wanted her." So had it been with herself, she knew, with sinking heart. Jack Hanley was kind. He was sweet to her. Good. Straightforward. Everything she ought to want. But she had never been able to rid herself of the crazy, crazy way she wanted Dwight. Even sitting here beside him—even listening to his voice speak of Marvel— "You shouldn't be talking to me like this," she managed to whisper. His eyes were very honest "Why shouldn't I?" he demanded. "It isn't too late to make things fight. Is it, Judy? Is it?" alone—15 cents. For a Pattern of this attractive mode end 15c in coin, your name, address tyle number and size to Hope Star oday's Pattern Bureau, 211 W. Wack r Drive, Chicago, 111. This, Folks, Is a Hat Nearly two thirds of nil the lamb ealen in the United States is consumed north of Washington and east of Pjtt- .sbui-g, an area which grows less than five per cent of the country's sheep. Gift Suggestions [FURNITURE— • Living Room Suites • Bed Room Suites • Chairs • End Tables • What-Not Stands » Book Racks • Smoking Stands • Occasional Tables HELECTRICAL— See Our Window. 1 VISIT TOYLAND— • For Those Better Toys. Hope Hard ware COMPANY Monday 1:30, 3:30, 7-9 LOItETTA JOEL YOUNG McCREA -iu- "Three Blind Mice" Also—Mickey Mouse—in "THE MOOSE JIUNTER" Technicolor Cartoon and News TUES, &WED, Double Feature Harold Bell Wright's "WESTERN GOLD" with SMITH BALLEW (A ''Dili Century-Fox Picture) AU>0-2NI> BIG FEATURE SALE WINTER GOATS Sport Coats for All Around Daytime Wear. $10-95 LADIES Specialty Shop JJER own eyes dropped before "Yes, it is," she said in a low voice. "No, it's not!" He was sure! You've been hurt, I treated you terribly. But I know that before I told you about her, you must have thought I—that I—c-c-cared about you. That's true, isn't it? Oh, it must be true! You were so white about it. So brave and clean! You're a thoroughbred The way you took my change of leart proved it. But Judy—" Now his face was close to hers, his arms were making a little, hesitant motion toward her. "Judy, we can ill pick up the pieces. Salvatft a little happiness for ourselves." Her heart leaped, denying fh«» pride she ought to strengthen her- •ielf with. But her pride was there, .t was-part of her. It was an ortt- raged pride, hurting bitterly. She' aid swiftly, "What makes you hink I want to pick up the pieces Dwight? No—" she pushed at him gently. "Don't put your arms around me. You're so sure I've ried over you! Let me tell you-* haven't! Let me tell you something else you don't know!" Now she was triumphant, glad to be hurting him, glad to be avenging her pride. His white, stricken face only made her speak more hurriedly. "I've always been good friends with Jack Hanley. You must know—for years he's been the dearest friend I had. But I guess you didn't know, Dwight, ^ol 1 — th ' at 1>m en 6aged to him!" She looked into his eyes steadily. Her will, strong as steel, forced the tumult inside her to ebb. To leave nothing but this sweet feeling of having paid him back for everything he had done to make her suffer. "I'm going to marry Jack Hanley, Dwight. We're to be married just as soon as he gets out of the hospital!" (To Be Continued) Where Italians Seek French Land to .«•» "S GERMANY / • JVsvvitZ'L'crV**,, ^-»t #Aw'\,'-'~ "T j-. '"«_,., Black portions In above map 1 show French territory demanded by Italy during tumultuous demonstration in Italian Chamber of Deputies. The names Tunisia, Corsica, Savoy and Nice were shouted -from side to aide of the legislative chamber ' Demands to Be (Continued Irom Page One) nisians. .Arabs were said to havcTbeen persuaded to postpone for the lime being a demonstration they planned in front of. their French friends. Cries of Long live France!" and "Down with Italy!" echoed as the angry demonstrators paraded through the city under heavy police guard. G. oTPJnDoubt of (Continued from Page One/ tive. Hamilton ,backed out. "I never try to name the tag on any man," he said. Youngsters Provide Excitement Naturally the most exciting element in the governing body of Republicanism is the influx of youngish nembers who as yet are not overawed by the elder members with party con- lections predating the Hoover era But so perverse is our own disposition •hat we checked the list to learn just low many of the old horses were still helping to pull the plow.. It develops that about a third of the executive committee and a third of the 10-odd members on the larger membership of the national committee can be pointed out as representing the solid conservative" elements which •allasted the party for many a year n actual membership there are failure gray-heads than juniors but age s> nonexact measure of liberal ten- encies. area of England. During 1937, 787 tons of gold ore (dressed) were produced at $2,080 compared with 6 tons in 1936 valued at $25. Negro P. T. A. Program Will Be Held Tuesday The Parent-Teacher Congress of the Yerger elementary and high schools will sponsor an installation program in Verge High School auditorium Tuesday night at 7:30, December 6. .Instrumental and vocal music arid speaking by students and parents will be the main features of the program. A social hour for all parents will be conducted after the program. Each grade in school is rallying for the P. T. A banner which will be presented to the grade responsible for the largest number of parents present at this meeting. Check COLD DISCOMFORTS A T the first sign of a cola, make up your mind to avoid as much-of the sniffling, sneezing, soreness and stuffy, condition or your nostrils as possible. Insert Mentholatum in each nostril. Also rub it vigorously on your chest. You11.be delighted with the way Mentholatum combats cold misery and helps restore comfort. • • How To Relievo Misery of Your CHEST LD If you are suffer- Ing from a miser• i 1 i »-t-/ i a bie chest cold, try this: Massage throat, chest, and bacfc with Vicks VapoRub at bed" tlme^ Then spread a thick layer on chest and cover with warmed cloth. VapoRub goes right to work to bring relief—two ways at once, (1) Direct through the skin like a poultice; (2) Direct to the Irritated air-passages with its medicated vapors. This poultice-vapor action loosens phlegm—clears air-passages—checks tendency to cough—relieves local congestion. Of ten, by morn-' ing the worst of the cold Is over. Try Us For Your Meat Curing and Smoking. We Do It Right. Home Ice Company 916 East Third Street Hope, Ark. MENTHOLATUM G/* KS C07MFOR.T Daily Master Shoe Rebuilders 123 So. Walnut St. Anything in shoe repairing, New Straps, New Elastic, Toe Lining, Dying. No job to great or too small. FHA S% Loans New and existing property. ' Real Estate Mort. Loan Service (Pink Taylor, Agent; 309 First Na-l| tional Bank Building. Phone 686. f City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT FREE DELIVER!. PHONE Ifl See Our Gift Line SHEAFFER PENS YARDLEY TOILET SETS CARA NOME GIFT SETS BILLFOLDS—BIBLES LEATHER GOODS MONOGRAMMED STATIONERY GALES CANDY MEN'S TOILET SETS JOHN S. GIBSON DRUG CO. -Sensation Pert Parisian displays confectioner's chapeay called "La Marseil, Imse" and representing a figure of the AKi <£» Momjhi won: annual celebration to their saint by "raidinettes" passed 25th birthday. They're girls who weflte flSSS&t Clock, At 160, Still Good WYNOT Neb7^I A granclfathei clock made ,n Germany 160 yean, ago and believed to be the oldest of Us type m America, is owned by Mrs. «. R. Seasongood. It has not missed a day of perfect performance Britain Mining Gold . . • ' ™ ~••-* •»i**«i*ig 4^ DC- ing developed in the Northwestern Jwt a Few of the Thrifty Women who Shop the Grocery Ads in The Star Every Thursday AND SAVE! Don't Forget the Grocery Ads Appear Every Thursday gNOW-BLANKETED mountains, a romantic figure silhouetted against the blue winter sky; a girl who is driven on by a force stronger than hatred or love, and a man iv h o surrendered a lifetime ambition to satisfy a woman's selfish whim . . . Adelaide Humphries, who wrote the gripping, dramatic serial, "Trial Flight," combines all these to produce another fiction sensation, a story as swift - moving as the skis which inspired it. The first installment will appear in this newspaper soon. Watch for Beginng Soon In Star H f l

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