Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Frida Hcforo Enger, childish faces, staring through the windows bright Where Toyland's magic motion Is n thrilling, wild delight: Saddened mother faces gn?.ing nl the wonder toys Wishing to provide somehow for her little girls and boys; Older faces spellbound, gla/.c of tenrs, through n Looking back with heartache lo Ihe long gone years. Plantivo newsboy fiicos hungry for a look— Cntchjng glimpses now and thtm of n treasured book: Happy boyish faces pull a father's hnnct, Sure, each one, his parents are richest In the land. A human stnge of faces—oil wearing ber rhbetifig at the home of Mrs. Curtis Ufreyi A covdred/dish luncheon was enjoyed at noon followed by the program. A most helpful devotional was given by Mrs, George Northcul. Mrs, Kyler told^f the missionary work in' Congo Africa. "Removing Racial Barriers" was discussed by Mrs. Joe Jones, buring the business period, the following new officers were elected: Leader, Dr. Virginia Crow, assistant lender, Mrs. H. 0. Kyler; secretary Mrs. George Northcul; treasurer, Mrs. Joe Jones; chairman social relations, Mrs. Buck Powers; program chairman, Mrs. Byi'Oh Andrtiws; telephone chairman, Mrs. Joe Laseter. Thirteen members, three visitors and four children were present. different masks, fii pantomimic gestures—iboitnd to'be held «T 2'15 various tasks. May the Christmas season—though mingled joy und'pain Bring to each face the .smile of happiness again.—Selected. The 1 Woman's Missionary Society of Ih6 Methodist church will meet at the chlirth Monday afternoon ut 3 o'clock. A meeting of the Executive Board will I'ho selection of the above poem Was Inspired by the many beautiful windows in our business section displayed to tbo public nl 7 o'clock Thursday evening. The 1 wiger faces of Hie children, fathers and mothers and others looking hack with heart ache to the long gone years. The displays were splendid both in originality of ideas and arrangement of merchandise, and while Hope may not boast of experienced, trained window dressers, last evening's display proved there were red] artists among them. 'A human stage of faces, all wearing different masks" viewed the different windows surrounding the business block and adjacent streets, that were so beautifully lighted with the many glittering colored lights catching the spirit that gathers for a season, all men, rich and poor into one family—in spite of .strife that sets nations asunder and wars and rumors of wars that never cease. Thr Cosmopolitan club held a most intrcsting meeting on Thursday afternoon ut the attractive home of Mrs. Nallon Wyllc, North Hcrvey street wtih Mrs. Mack Stuart as joint hostess. Mrs. George Hobison program lender introduced Mrs. Harrel Hopson who discussed. "Making Places for Pictures In the meeting of the Paisley P. T. A. held .at th e i Paisley school on Thurs- 'ay afternoon, Mrs. Fred Cook review- dthe talk on "The More Abundant) <ife" made by Mrs. Evans of Arka- elphla before the study group on uesdny afternoon. For the dovotiOn- il, Miss Bessie Green told a Christmas lory. Mrs. Webb Laseter Jr., pro- jram chairman, reviewed the years vork and outlined future plans. ,'Fun- lamentals in Caring For the Tooth," was discussed by Mrs. P. J. Holt. The ^resident's message was read by Mrs, Clifford Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Ched Hall, Mrs. J. R. Villiams, Miss Edna Earl Hall and Mrs. A. T. Jewell were Thursday vis- tors in Little Rock. The December meetin gof Circle To. 4, W. M. S. Methodist church VTrs. Glen Williams leader was hold at lie home of Mrs. O. A. Graves. The leyotional was given by Mrs. R. M Sriant, and a most interesting Missionary quiz was conducted by Mrs. C. M Agee. Durnig the social hour,'a tempi- ng salad course was served nembers and one visitor. und Lamps e Home." Mrs. D. D. Walbert discussed "Christmas Decorations In the Home." Fqllowing the program, the hostesses served delicious fruit cake with coffee. Harry Steinberg, a former Hope Boy, now among the writer's list of boys who have gono out into the world and made good and is now a resident of Dallas, Texas, spent a few hours visiting with friends in the city on Thurs, day, incidentally making a call on young Richard Broach. -O- The Alma Kyler Circle of the W. M. S., Methodist church held its Deccm- Sun.-Mon. "IN OLD CHICAGO" —ami— "ANNAPOLIS SALUTE" DOUBLE FEATUR :s CASSIDY "IN OLD MEXICO" C.EO. O'BRIEN in "CiUN LAW" Fri. & Sat. to 12 Jack Dempsey Awarded Neil Memorial Trophy NEW YORK-W-Jack Dempsey ormer world heavyweight champion Thursday was awarded the Edward J tfeil memorial trophy by the New York Boxing Writers as the man who hac done the most for boxing in 1938. Dempsey was named the first .„- cipient of the award presented in hon~>n of the former Associated Press ports writer and war eorresponden vho was fatally wounded in Spain t year ago. Baptists Permit Board to Borrow $100,000 Nurses' Home to Be Built at Little Rock ARKADELPHIA, Ark.-WP)-The Ar- ansns State Baptist convention Thurs- Jay Voted unanimously to permit the ihurch's hospital board to borrow 100,000 for a new nurses' home at its .little Rock institution. Construction of the new unit would Jei-mil the placing of 135 additional )0ds in the Baptist hospital at the cap- 'tal city when nurses vacate the fourth 'loor of the building where they are odged now. A ministers' retirement plan adopted by the convenlion. It provides that clergymen may begin draw- ng annuities al the age of 05. The plan stlplates lhat three per cenl of the rasters' salaries will be placed with hree per cenl furnished by Ihe con- jregalion and two per cent by Ihc Southern Baptist convention into the retirement fund. Dr John R. Sampey, president ol the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky., lold Ihc delegates in an address that Ihc Sino-Japa- nesc conflicl was giving missionaries to Ihe Orienl greater opportunity to preach the gospel. Dr. J. E. Dillard, sercotary of the excutlve canVmilllec of the Southern Baptist convention, reported that the denomination's debt had been reducec fro mmore than $0,000,000 to approximately $3,000,000* Speakers on Thursday's program were the Rev. Edgar Williamson anc R. A. Cook, Little Rock layman. The 85th annual convention will close Friday noon with the naming of committee members and a memorial service. The assembly convened Tuesday. «>-«-^ 3 Guernsey Teams Beaten by Patmos Pirates Make Clean Sweep of Games—Boys Winning 31 to 21 Ntaions of the .-*,-—, . -. (Continued from rage One; the intelligence forces of the govern nent. He emphasized that he was going I ask for an additional appropriation k ineet a situalion that by no means hac been ended by the recent spy trial in New York. The president said at his press con ference that no OGPU or secret polic was needed to watch the Americai people, but the nation does need t have its own people watch the secret police of other nations. 10 'o PATMOS, Ark.—Taking an carb load and never relinquishing it, thi towering Patmos Pirates defeated i smaller Guernsey basketball team hen Tuesday night 31 to 23. The Pirate: grabbed an early lead by taking the opening top-off for a score and ther hit two more baskets from the fiel in quick succession. Then the Pirate offense bagged down and the game set tied down into a sluggish affair whic created very little excitement. The Pirates played far below par and had they made all their shot good could have scored their entir total of points in the first half. Mayton looped 10 points to the scoring honors for the-Pirates. Cox of Guernsey found an equal number. This game places the Pirates in front in county league play with three wins and no losses. In a much more thrilling game the Patmos girls defeated the Guernsey girls by a score of 28-21. Kent, Patmos forward was outstanding with 19 points. The passing of the Patmos FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Tims. Brewstcr, Minister wilh Sunday school al 9:45 a. classes for all nge groups. Morning worship at 10:45 a. mi when emphasis will be placed on The Min- sters Annuity Plan of our Church and cash and pledges will be received "or same. This being the most vital unfinished business of bur denorrliha- ion our people are urged in the riame of Christ and the retired servants of nil- church to undergird this campaign in our local church'with prater, Uterest, enthusiasm, love artd sncri- 'icial. gifts of cash and pledges. There will be no 5 o'clock Vesper service this Lord's day in view of the Friday Music Clubs presentation of he Messiah at the Methodist church at 4 p. m. in which service our people are. urged to participate. Auxiliary Circle meetings Monday at 3 p. in'. Young Peoples Rally at the church Wednesday at G p. m. at which time a plate lunch w|ll be served, a talk given by Jap Patterson our director of religious education, who Will also give a showing of movies of bealu tiful Fcrncliff our own Presbyterian summer conference headquarters. At about 8 or &-.15 p. m. Wednesday following our young peoples meeting Mr. Patterson will meet with,all-the workers in the children's division, of our church school from .' beginners through Ihe junior deparlment,(h'e will also give a showing of a film of laboratory classes in action. No prayer service Wednesday. ' Thursday at' 7 sharp our monlhly supper meeting of the Men of -the Church when Mr. Williams,' a ruling ol dei- in the Central Presbyterian church of Little Rock will show several reels of movies made by him''3ur- ing a recent pleasure trip to the'Ha- waiian Islands. . Our men are urged to come o.ut and enjoy this delightful period of'fun, fcllowshpi and feasting. UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST Huge Drug Firm in Financial Trouble But McKesson & Robbing Inc., Confines Loss .to Ohe Department . . NtiW YORK.-MP)-The tangled affairs of McKesson & Robbing, Inc., described by a director as "so domed fantastic we still cannot believe them," were taken under New Yorw federal court trusteeship Thursday, with. Ihe Securities and Exchange Compilssioh as n party to Ihe proceedings. On the dug company's own-petition, federal Judge John C. Knox appointed three trustees to direct the company's reorganization under the Chandler Act, which permits SEC participation. . An account of the "fantastic 1 ' cir- cifni'slances which brought the $78,000,000 concern under the spolligh't was given by two directors, W. L. Cummings and J. F. Thompson, in testimony before the New Vork Stock Exchange Commitlee on Slock List. They descHped operations of the company's crude drug department, in Which falsi<- ficolion of books, mismanagement and waste .were charged. "It may be the whole thing (the drug trading department) is-just a .hollow balloon, just a shell," Cummings (old .the exchange authorities. "There', mfcy be nothing there., There is no involve 4 ment of any other part of the business." The departments assets were carried in the balance sheet at $17,000,000. ' It was discovered, Thompson said, that some -supposed "warehouses,' from which.were received monthly reports on outgoing and • incoming, inventory were "just plain mailing addresses." "They're are all on the most elaborately engraved letterheads," he-continued, "n these individual (drug trading) companies, which are reputed to have the merchandise, bne of them is the office of a public: stenographer, one is the office of a.niimeograpJCop- erator, and things like that." •.--•:• Weekly Sunday School Lesson •y WM. E, GILROt, «. D. Editor of Advance .^J^JBI^, ........ v- p.. t]hl} - Food control of the .Mississippi wasi >egun by French settlers more than ! 0 years before American revolution. Cakes of salt \vete o«6e Used fdr money in Ethiopia and Tibet. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Elder A. D. Taulbee. Young Peoples meeting 6:30.' Preaching 7:30 p. m. by Eld E. S. Ray. Come and worship Ihe Yord 'with us. Our crowd is increasing, and '. every body is welcome. We especially invite those who do not attend any church to start now and feel welcome with us.. C5ARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis A. Purtlc, Pastor Our pastor, Hollis A, Purtle will preach for us at 11 a. m. and E:30, p. m. Subject for the morning, Power of Prayers and Tears." "The Subject for the evening "The Spirtual Decline and the Few." If you love the "word" come and hear it preached. Sunday school 9:45. Superintendent, Gracly Hairston. We have a class for everyone and a hearty welcome to all. B. Y. P. T. C. 6:30, You will.enjoy working with this training course.! The Ladies Auxiliary :will hold'ats monthly social meeting*^ iheShortKftof Mrs. Sam Belts. There will be- an forwards was the victory. The final game hief feature in this found the Patmos SHIRLEY TEMPLE -in— "JUST AROUND THE CORNER" JOAN DAVIS BERT LAHR BILL ROBINSON SUN. MON. TUBS. SAT. ONLY DOUBLE • Harry Carey '•LAW WEST OF TIMBSTONE" —and— "BRODWAV MUSKETEERS" FRIDAY IS THE BIG NITE! —Showing— "YOUNG IN HEART" Last Times Friday— Walter Winchell BEN BERNIE SIMONE SIMON—in "LOVE and HISSES" Aiso ANDY CLYDE Comedy "Love Comes to Mooneyville" Technicolor—Travel FOR THE PRICE OF 2 1 —SATURDAY— TEX RITTER —in"Song of the Bucaroo" THE THREE'STOOGES "WHOOPS IM' AN INDIAN" Mickey Mouse Cartoon No. 2—"LONE RANGER" — Sunday-Monday Tour Men Junior Pirates demonstrating great defensive form to dcfeat*the Guernsey juniors by a score of 20-2. A Cox charged in from the guard post to take scoring honors for the Pirates with 8 points. These games mark the second consecutive defeat received by Ihe Guernsey Blue Jays from Ihe Palmos Piralcs. struction by the Ivel corporation of New York wasp $32,580. The committee accepted the resignation of A. W. Parke, Litllc Rock,' as executive secretary of the commission effective January 10, when he will become n journal clerk for the general clerk for the general assembly. So They Say T wear, dark face powder to give myself a -look of sport.—Ahldihe, Parisian hairdresser in Minneapolis. I could nol even gel a . gallery seat from either party, much less a'nom- ination.—Mayor La Guardia of New York writing to a woman who. _warhed him thai being for Ihe New Deal would prevent ."his own nomination, for'the presidency. interesling worthwhile prograrn rendered. You are invilecl lo attend. Mid-week prayer service to be conducted by Bro. Clifton Booth. We welcome you to all services of the church. CHURCH OF CHRIST J. A. Copeland, Minister Morning service; Bible classes 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Evening .services, Young People's Bible study 6:30 prrnrPreachin'g 7:30 p. m. The minister's subject Sunday morning -will be, "Are You Drifting Away From God"? Sunday night subject, "Seek But Not Find." We appreciate the fact that Ihere has been a gradual increase in.our crowds since Elder Copeland came here in .September, and we urge all of the members to attend Ihese service, and also extend a cordial nivitation to all others who can to be with us. iThc Sin of Covctoiisntss Text: Exodus 20:17, Luke 12:13-21; 1 Timothy 6:B-10 The tenth Commandment is against eovetousness, and here, as in the former lesson, Its teaching is emphasized in a story taken from the New Testament and in a very wise homily by St. Paul in his letler to Timbthy. It would Seem obvious, in a primitive society Where the conditions affecting all were very much alike, thai wherever a man soUghl to grab more than his fellows to get unusual ad 1 - vjantage or When he became eager of possessing what olhers could nol have the whole social slruclure would be very great Weakened. If we could see our complex society with clear vision,' we would understarid that eovetousness is just as deep and deadly a sin today as it ever was, and that ti is the destroying forde beneath rrtuch of 6Ur social inequalities and injustice. Covelousness is a social sin, but it is equally a personal sin in its effect upon the man who praclices it.' It is a "Social slti because it may have serious results upon one's fellowmen. The man who has an inordinate desire'for wealth, or for" possessing what other trien have, may create all manner o: distress and social injustice by his cOV- etousness, What he does not always see is that, even (Where he gains his ends he blasts and destroys his own soul. Covetousness may be Ihe underlying mollve of self-seeking, even when one would pul it upon the plane of justice. This is illustrated-in the story of the nuan who came to Jesus, asking Him to have his toother divide the inheritance with him. We do no know all the circumstances or details, but JesUs evidently sensed the fact thai this man was poisoning hi own life by some false sense, of injustice or by some covetous spirit. So Hje said, "Man, who made me a judgi or a divider over you?'" It was in this connection that He particularly em phasized the sin of eovetousness anc the fact that a man's life does not con sist in the abundance of the thing lhal he possesses. He proceeded Ihen lo tell the story of the successful farmer, the man whc v^as going to pull down his barns an build greater, and lake his ease anc enjoymenl oul of Ihe things lhat hi had built up over many years. Thi successful farmer was probably n< better or no morse than many men in a similar circumstance, but he hai left out of account the most importan thing of all, namely, his life. Death made all his prosperity and the things he had stored up mean nothing lo him. But even in death, if he had sought treasure in heaven, there would have been some satisfaction in his life and some real heritage of goodness. Legal Notice ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project No.- Ark. 1306-F Sealed proposals will be received >y City of Hope, Ark, (Owner) at the office of Mayor Albert Gravesi until .wo o'clock, P. M. (Central Standard Time) of December 16, 19&, tor the srection of a brick and frame fire Station, at which time and place the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Any bid received after closing time Will be returned un- Copies of the plans, specifications and other proposed Contract floeu<- rriettls are on file in the office of Graves, at Hope, Arkansas', and are open for public inspection. A set of such documents may be bbtaihed from Clarence W. King,' at 1029 Dalzell Street, ShreVeportj La., Upon deposit of a certified check for $20.00. This deposit will be refunded to each actual bidded Upon return of such documents in good condition wilhin five days after the receipt of bids. The character and amouht of security to be furnished by each bidder are stated in the above mentioned docu- rnenls. No bid may be wilhdrawn, after the scheduled closing time for receipt o: bids,-for at-least sixty. (60) days. The City of Hope, Ark. reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities.. CITY Of HOPE, ARKANSAS • (O.wner) . By: Albert Graves, Mayor. Dec. 2 and Dec 9. COMMISSIONER'S SALfe Robert Jewell Member of Hendrix Debate Team ^SNAPSHOT CUIL THANKSGIVING DAY, LORETTA YOUNG • Richard Greene • George Sanders • David Niven • C. Aubrey Smiih At the New With the top personalities consisting of Walter Winchell, Ben Bernie, Simone Simon in "Love and Hisses" showing last lime Friday at the New theuler, with Andy Clyde in "Love In Mooneyville" and the technicolor travel 'When the West was Young." Salurday, on Ihe conlinuous program, Tex Ritter popular weslern slar, is fealured in his ncwesl release "Song of the Buckafoo." The three Stooges appear in "Whoops I'm an Indian" and Mickey Mouse in Plutos Quintuplets," the second chapter of 'Ihe Lone Ranger," the best serial produced in the past five years say movie critics. j Sunday and Monday Loretta Young, is featured in the 20th Century-Fox Picture "Four Men and a Prayer" with Richard Green, George Sanders, David Niven, C. Aubrey Smith. A startling drama of four men and a gallant girl who have the courage to fight, the brooding, secret menace thai covers the modern world with a cloud oC evil. Unseen ... it massacres innocents with machine-guns in South America! The famous Cosmopolitan magazine story filmed with all ils colorful sweep! With an oul- standing cast of unusual distinction. FHA 5% Loans New and existing property. Real Estate Mori. Loan Service |pink Taylor, Agent; 309'First National Bank Building. Phone CSC. SALE WINTER COATS I Sport Coats for AU Around Daytime Wear. $1Q.95 LADIES Specialty Shop June 18 Is "Arkansas Day" at World's Fair LITTLE ROCK—(/P)-Stale Publicity Director M. C. Blackman Thursday said June 18 had been designated "Arkansas Day" at the New York World Fair. The date commemorates Hernado DeS-olo's crossing of Ihe Mississippi into Arkansas June 18, 1541. Fair Director Grover Whalcn in a letter to Blackman expressed the hope that "the Arkansas commission will immediately commence planning for Ihe development of a program thai will present Arkansas in such a fash- | ion on that day as lo direct the at- Ulution of the entire world in the direction of your beuutiful slate." The Stale Centennial Commission executive committee was notified Thursday lhat contracts for the Arkansas exhibit had been signed at a savings of $6370 over the bids and es- timales. The contract price for con- CONWAY, Ark.—Robert .Jewell, son of Mrs. A. T. Jewell, who is a freshman at Hendrix college, is a member of Ihe Hendrix debate squad that recently returned from a four-day trip, which included parlicipalion in Ihe tournament held at Millsaps College, Jackson, Miss., December 2 and 3. Four teams made the trip, two under tile direction of Professor Robert Capel, head of the speech department, and two under.'the direction of Dr ; E. S. Wallace of the department of'the social sciences. At Ihe Millsays tournament the debaters, several of whom are doing their first college debating won 10 out of 19 debates. Mr. Jewell is a member of one of Professor Capel's teams which engaged in eight debates at Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, Ruslon, La. Dr. Wallaces' teams took part in debate at West Tennessee Teachers College, Memphis, and at the University of Mississippi, Oxford. The question used was that which is being used by debaters throughout the country: Resolved, That the United States should cease to use public funds for stimulating business. . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That !h pursuance of the aulhority and directions contained in the decreta' order of Ihe Chancery Court of Hemp- sle'ad County, Arkansas, made anc entered on December T, 1938, in a cer- lain cause (No. 5217) then pendinj therein', belween The Union Cenlra Life Insurance Company, a corporation et al, complaintantsj and'Claude W Garner et al, defendants). the undersigned as Commissioner of said cour will offer for sale at public vendue to the highesl bidded at Ihe front door of Ihe Uniled Slales Posloffice in the City of Hope, County of Hempsteac and State of Arkansas, within thr hours prescribed by law for judicia sales, on Salurday, January 14, 1939 Ihe following described lands situate in Hempstead County, Arkansas, lo wit: The Southeast Quarter of the South east Quarter of Section 15; Ihe Norlh easl Quarter of the Nortinyest Quarle: of Section 22; the Norlhwest Quarte of Ihe Northeast Quarter of Section- 22 all of the Southeast uarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 22 ly ing East of the Arkansas & Louisiana Railway Company right of way; all o the Soulh Half of the Northeast Quar ter of Section 22 lying North and Wes of the .Washington and Arkadelphi public road, except die following de scribed tract: beginning at a stake or the South line of the Northeast Quar ter of said Section 22, 12.82 chains Eas of the center of said Section, thenc run East 10.97 chains to a stake, thenc Norlh 7.90 chains lo a slake, thenc West 10.97 chains to a stake, thenc South 7.90 chains to the point of be ginning, containing 8.66 acres; th Wesl Half of the Northeast Quarter o the Northeast Quarter of Section 22 and the Wesl Half of the East Half o the Northeast Quarter of the North east Quarter of Section 22; all of th above described lands being in Township Eleven South, Range 25 West, containing in the. a'ggregale 244.61 acres, more or less . TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Courl in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of five per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being (relained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand this 8th day of December, A. t>. 1938. RALPH BAILEY, COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY. .December 9, 23 666 Liquid, tablets Salve, Nose Drops COLDS ftarf and PEVEtt due to. Cold*, in 36 minute* Try "Rub-My-Ti5i!i"-i Liniment "EYESIGHT" Dr. N. B, Nelson, of Little Rock, : will be in his office atPRESCOTT, TH-E WEEK OF DECEMBER i2th to 17th. ; [f your eyes are bothering you and you ' want your visual'problem solved,'take ' advantage of-this-opportunity,'as D*r. > tfelspn is an Eyesight Specialist." He has the finest Instruments made, therefore eliminating all guess work. 7 He •will serve you at night if you can not corns in daytime. ' ' ! f Remember the Dates th'e- Week of December 12th to 17th at Prescott. , "' Try Us For Your Meat Curing and Smoking. We Do It Right. Home Ice Company 916 East Third Street Hope, Ark. Master Shoe Rebuilders 123 So. Walnut St. Anylhing in shoe repairing, New Straps, New Elastic, Toe Lining,' Dying. No job to great or too small. City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS, PROMPT FREE DELIVERY. PHONE ?«7 American Radiator Floor Furnaces Installed Easy Terms Harry W. Shiver PLUMBING-ELECTRICAL Thanksgiving snaps such as this are easy with any camera. You can tell the whole story of Thanksgiving Day In pictures. put on. Snap the guests as they arrive. Catch a snapshot of the turkey ^'TpHANKSGIVING Day dinner of•*• fers one of the year's best opportunities for a series of story-telling pictures. These pictures can be taken easily, with any kind of camera, and they will occupy a proud place in your snapshot album. Most of the pictures will be indoor snapshots, and these are easy nowadays. All tue equipment you need is two or three large photo bulbs and some inexpensive cardboard reflectors. Screw the photo bulbs into bridge lamps, attach an extension cord so the lamps can be moved about easily, load your camera with a fast panchromatic film of the super type— and you are all ready to flre away. Don't limit the pictures to the dinner itself. There is much jnpre to shoot. Start early. Get a picture of 'Mother with her basket, bringing in. the Thanksgiving groceries — or one o£ the store delivery boy bringing them in. Snow the mixing of tlid Thanksgiving cake— and after It i« tftkjsj a. as it is taken steaming iron) tfi« oven, nested in golden-brown pota. toes. These preparations make remarkably interesting pictures — so don't miss a detail! At dinner, you will he pretty busy with food—but it's easy to take a few moments out now and then for a snapshot. Keep the camera, at hand, and arrange your lights so they can be placed quickjy and snapped on. You'll want a picture of the whole table, with everyone seated, just before dinner begins. Then there are individual shots— Billy admiring the turkey—Ana busy with an enormous "drumstick" —Uncle John cracking nuta. You can easily see what a splendid story there is to tell—and th$r* will be many more picture chances th(Ui those listed here. Better start making your -plans, and let the iimily help make up at list of "must" f nip- shots. It will be fun for them as w4U as you. BEFORE BUYING- GET YOUR BEARINGS Ttm fr?t bopk it your dependable used car guide —read this important me$- aag« before bvying any used car at any price. Come or phone for a copy. GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY! Hope Auto Co. "Your Ford Dealer" 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. Gift Suggestions IFURNITURE— • Living Room Suites • Bed Room Suites • Chairs • End Tables • What-Not Stands 9 Book Racks • Smoking Stands • Occasional Tables IELECTR'ICAL— • See Our Window. IVISITTOYLANP— • For Those Better Toys. Hope Hardware COMPANY BUY WAN TADS

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