Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 10, 1938
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STAfr HOPE, Some say that over 'gninst thnt season comes Wherein our Savior's birth is celebrated, The bird of dawning singeth nil night long; And then, they sny, no spirit dares stir iibrnad—• So hallowed mitl so gracious is the time.—Selected. As to holly Hint simbol thnt lends its beauty to our Christmas decorations, the inroads which our careless Invishness is making on this beautiful tree are really alarming, so we plead (hat conscientious nnd thoughtful users arc not to slaughter more than they need of this lovely decoration. First Methodist church. The public is cordially invited. The Y. W. A. First Baptist church will have a special meeting at tin home of Mrs. Hugh Joiies, 1510 Sotitl Main street on Monday ^evening at ' o'clock for the Lottie Moon Christ mn program. Transportation will bo fur nl.ihed from the cluirch. Mrs. J. W. Wimberly, Misses Wyble and Pansy Wimberly uml Mrs. Jimmie O'Netil were Saturday visitors ii fehroveporl, La. Tr0ubleat Law (Continued One; pnny organized under the Inws. This wns the situation until about 1930 when the Supreme Court did on nbout face nncl bonded down an opin- The Women's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church Will moot at :i o'clock Momlny afternoon nt the church. A meeting of the First Pros- 1 bytermn church will meet at 3 o'clock i Monday nlfcrnoou ns follows: Circle No. 1 at the home of Mrs. E. S. Greening East Second street: Circle No. 2 all the home of Mrs. L. E. Becker. Edge- I wood, Avenue; Circle No. 3 at the I homo of Miss Mary Carrigan, North I Win stn-ct; Circle No. •! at the home of Mrs. died Hall South Main street Circle No. S. will meet at the home of Mrs. Geui-Ki- Hosmor, at 7:30 Monday niyht for its annual Christmas party. J. Ii. Williams and Pete Brown have returned from a few days business visit in St. Louis, Mo. The W. M. U.. First Baptist church will meet at 2 o'clock Monday after- iw.in at the church for the Royal Service, with Circle No. 2 in charge of the program. Mrs. L. W. Young has returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Dallas. Texas. The Friday Music club Choral club assisted hy former members and talent from the various choirs will present cxecrps from "The Messiah" at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Bill nouton, Thomas Kinscr Jr. Bobby Reynerson, J. T. Luck, E. P Young Jr., Joe Olmstcad, Weldon Taylor, Wallace Van Sickle and Misses Marion Smith, Mary Evelyn Whitworth, Sara Ann Holland and Martin Alexander accompanied by band master Cannon, are spending the weekend in Camden attending the bant clinic. Card of Thanks DOUBLE FEATURES I Sun-Mon "IN OLD CHICAGO" and "Annapolis Salute" SHIRLEY TEMPLE in "Just Around The Corner" wilh CHARLES FARRELL JOAN DAVIS AMANDA DUFF , BERT LAHR ROBINSON SUN. MON. • TUES. City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY. PHONE W We wish to thank the many friends ""<! relatives for the kindness and sympathy .shown us at the death of our husband and father, also for (be beautiful floral offering. Mrs. O. L. White Mr. and Mrs. Melton White Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Garland White Mr. and Mrs. Euol While ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Third Sunday in Advent No Sunday school. Morning Prayer 11 a. in. Service conducted by Lay Reader. <••••> FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W. H, Hamilton, Pastor 9:45 Sunday School. 10:55 Morning worship with sermon by the pastor on "Simon Peter." G:30 Baptist Training Union. 7:30 "The What, Why, and How of Arkansas Baptists." In addition to the pastor, the following members of the church will make short addresses: Drs. Cannon, Kolb, Alexander; Mesdames Hugh Jones, A. C. Kolb, E. F. Formby, W. R. Hamilton, and Misses Isabefle Schooley and Annie Sue Andres. This service will afford Baptists and others an opportunity to know what Arkansas Baptists have done and are doing in all phases of Kingdom work. The program should be of keen interest to everyone who will attend. Attention is called to the presentation of "The'"Messiah" at the Metliodist church Sunday afternoon. Our people are urged to hear this presentation of one of the greatest musical productions of all time. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH V. A. Hammond, Pastor Attendance at Sunday school last week was the near 100 mark. Let's make it 100 this week. Everybody in .their place at 9:45 Sunday morning. Can Hiram's home state collect taxes on his intangible property In other states? ion answering, the prayer of litigants for one tax for one man. A much earlier opinion was overruled point by point and bonds in MJn- I; SAT. 10a.m. toll p.m ;• —in•• "SONG OF THE BUCAROO" Also—THREE STOOGES in "WHOOPS T'M AN INDIAN" Mickey Mouse Cartoon No. 2 "THE LONE RANGER" SUNDAY-MONDAY Tour Men American Radiator Floor Furnaees Installed Easy Terms Harry W, Shiver PLUMBING-ELECTRICAL See Our Gift Line SHEAFPEB PENS YAKDLEY TOILET SETS CAKA NOME GIFT SETS , BILLFOLDS—BIBLES LEATHER GOODS MONOGRAMMED STATIONERY GALES CANDY MEN'S TQlLfT SETS JOHN S. DRUG eo. .A 20th Centum-Fox Pictute with LORETTA YOUNG RICHARD GREENE . . . new star-discovery) GEORGE SANDERS DAVID NIVEN C. ADBREY.SMJTH JOHN FORD, Director Mickey Mouse and News ,«To find out if you're reading our "jjads we arc "Hiding" down in Ihis ^i corner the offer of a FREE TICKET 1 ! •Jto those who clip this Ad and pre-J "•sent at tht> Box Office— .' SAT., SUN. & MON. " FHA 5% Loans New and existing property. Real Estate Mart. Loan Service ||Plwk Taylor, Agent; 309 First Nai tiouul Bank Building. Phone 68G. SALE WINTER COATS I Snort Coats for All Around Daytime Wear. $10.95 Specially Shop Blevins Lawyers contend estates should pay one lax and one tax only. nesota were ruled not subject to a tax if they belonged to a non-resident. There is some modification of this at the present time. NEXT: Taxation begins at home, 1m t where is a man's dome? Hiram discovers a man's home is where he makes it and not where lie says it is. Christmas only two weeks away nnd that means our Home Coming service is only two weeks off. Every family .n the church should bo present for the morning worship service on •Chrisl- nas day. There will be no night service that day. The pastor will speak Sunday morning on "Three Ultimate Things." These are the ulti'mate fact, the ultimate question and the ultimate devotion. The sermon is the second in a series on the general theme, "Consider Jesus." The evening service will begin at 7:30. The sermon subject announced is "Lengthening ^nnd Strengthening." Someone has well said: "Expansion records the measure of vitality in any oragnism, and the manner of expansion records the quality of life." You are cordially invited to worship with us Sunday. Mr, nnd Mra. Earl -While and.son Tommy Gene of El Dorado were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stephens. Miss Era Nolon pf Texarkana is spending this week in Blevins with her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Nolen. Mrs. 'H. H. Honea and W. U. Wade spent Monday and Tuesday in El Dorado visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. ay field. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Honea of Warren were last week end guests of rel- (ilives near Blevins. Mr. and Mrs, Ear) Bell and daughters of Smackover were .last week visitors in Blevins. • Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Beauchamp and son Houston of Texarkana spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Walton Bonds. Mrs. Robert I. Stewart, Misses Dor- Dothy and Loyce Stewart and John Stewart all of Prescotl were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffith and Mrs. Henry Griffith were shoppers in Prescotl Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. Stewart, Miss Charleno Stewart and Dwight Stewart spent Sunday in Texarkana visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Boyce W. Mayfield of Eldorado were last week guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wade. Miss Lena Parola of New Orleans was the Tuesday and Wednesday guest of Miss Chnrlone Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ashcraft are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Bill Landers of Emmet are spending this week in Blevins visiting Mrs. Bertha Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wade and daughter, Eva Jane, spent-the weekend in El Dorado. /England's Edens Visit America The Library Th/o Following books may .be found on the shelves of the, city .library: "The Sheppard of the Hills,"'Harold Boll Wright. "The Eles of the World," by Harold Bell Wright. "Priscilla Falls in Love," by Pamela Wynne. "The Call of the Canyon," by Zane Grey. "To the Last Man," by Zane Grey. "The Vanishing American,", by Zane Grey. Give Drunken Driver Piece of Their Mind TAYLORVILLE, H1.-(^P)-A letter signed by 118 Taylorville business men and addressed "to the drunken driver" was published in a local newspaper as part of a highway safety ca'mpaign. "Brother, you're not tile'big shot you think you are," the letter read, "You're just a fuzzy-brained, liquored-up, obstinate ass." In modern tribute stem enters at a temperature hot enough to burn wood 3.100 of a second later it leaves at a temperature too cool for a comfortable able bath. SNAPSHOTS AT JSHCHT . saaaBgaaggB^B Night snapshots are easy with simple lighting «, , a ,, a cincnis. iv to create "table-top" picture scenes as shown here. ONAPSHOTS at night are fun, and ^ a delightful way to spend long winter evenings. Nowadays, with inexpensive lighting equipment especially designed for the amateur, night snapshots are easy with any camera. You can arrange interesting and artistic "table-top" pictures, using toy automobiles, doll houses and miniature furniture, with a bit of dark carpet for grass, or sugar for snow, or a bit of glass on top of a dark surface to portray a quiet pool. You cau also take informal portraits of members of the family, pictures of them reading or busy with other activities, snapshots of the pets, and interior views of the home. Indeed, there is a wonderful range of picture chances, none of which occur outdoors. The picture above shows how night snapshots are made. 4 photo bulb is screwed into a bridge lamp, with a cardboard reflector replacing the lampshade. The photo bulb yields an extremely bright white light, especially auited for picture- taking. With two large photo bulbs in cardboard reflectors, three or four feet from the subject, yon have enough light for snapshots with a box camera. JSWtu a fopustog type """"'fatiBjsgtorjr results by setting the lens aperture at f.ll and the shutter speed at 1/26 of a second. In the picture shown here, the light colored wall serves as a reflector to illuminate the shadow side of the "table-top" scene. Ordinarily, two lamps are used for a picture, oue to illuminate each side of'a subject. By changing the angle and position of the lights, many .interesting shadow effects can be obtained. A piece of cardboard can serve as a background as «i the picture above. For night snapshots, the camera should be loaded with a fast film of the "super" type. With slower films, it is necessary to provide two or three times as much light. And for close-ups, as shown here, a portrait attachment must be placed on the camera lens (unless your§ i» one of the finer focusing cameras). In night picture-taking, it is important to have your photo lights at a correct distance from the subject —not too near, and not too far away. An exposure guide is helpful in placing the lights—or you can make several "test" pictures of each seen*, Don't miss the fun of night snapshots this winter. You will learn much ab<rut picture-taking, and provide many an Interesting addition- to your album. im_l£gfrft T W Guttler, -r y Eden ' .tonnw-Britlsh lor- secretary, and Mrs. Eden are bound'for New-York-on first trip to U. S. ' —— •Damage Suit Filed (Continued from Page One) registered and it was announced from the stage of the Saengcr theater that the .plaintiff, Elmore Dougan, was the winner of $300 in prize money. "That Elmore Dougan later made demands for the said sum of ?300— but that the defendant, through ils agents, failed and refused to pay the Plaintiff—and that by reason of this breach of contract the plaintiff is en- Utled to damages of $300 and asks for judgment-in that amount" The United States consumes roughly half the world's annual production of rubber, largely because of intersive development of the automobile industry. Club Council To (Continued Jrom Page One) B. Fenwick of the Allen Olub. There will be an exchange of Christ- was gifts on the afternoon program. Each member attending the ; council has been asked to bring a homemade Christmas gift. A real Santa will deliver the gifts. Mrs. Irvin Urrey, President of .'the Melrose club is in charge of all the arrangements. Hit A Rabbit-Eye MARION, Ind.-WP)—The Rev. James Furbay drove a golf ball into the rough, hit a rabbitand knocked out the bunny. One Congregation (Continued from Page Ohe) and is frequently attended by college faculty members and students. The Center . Point congregation pointed out' that its members were "neighbors and frequent visitors ol the college" and called on the State Association to take cognizance of "the immense social servcie which Commonwealth renders the community." 'We feel that it is unjust for people who live far away and who have never once been in the neighborhood of Commonwealth college to pass judgment upon such an institution, said the resolution. After oiling the help given neighbors by the resident nurse, distribution of clothing, the fact that "no one wishing a meal is ever turned away from the Commons," and the entertainment to which the farm families are invited, the church's resolution asks: "Compared to these services, what is the record of the Arkansas State Bap- tipt Association in regard to meeting the .social needs of Polk county?" The church's resolution followed a formal denial of the State Association's charges by the faculty and studfc-nt body of the college.' • ; College officials. RQinled out that the congregation of Center Point Community church, came "practically en: masse" to the annual Christmas tree exercises on the campus, and that ordained ministers on the college faculty frequently preached at the church. Finds True Love by Taking Test on Lie Tester TULSA, Okla.-(/P)-If this becomes popular, campus romances may boom the lie detector manufacturing business. A freshman girl went to a psychology professor, at the University of Tulsa who had demonstrated the effectiveness of a lie detector. "I have two boys friends, Bob and; Joe," she told him, "and I can't decide between them. Would the lie detector tell me which is my true love and which is .the false?" "Well," said the professor, "it would if we could get both boys here so you could look at them while we made the test." "I can't do that but I'll bring their pictures," said the fresshman and she dashed home after them. Then she .took the experimental seat, placed two fingers on. the electrodes and the test begaji. 'She looked at Bob's picture. The needle shot at 25. Six was the highest the needle cottld 6*0 when rfrtr I ia&t6& ' at Joe. Fo.jir.more tries brought itdWia lical results. "You areri't going to tell Jo8'e8s8tt£ it, are you?" as"ked the pfofesSot. "Of course," said the girl. "I'm g6» ing to tell them both. But III t£tt each .one that he won." Boar Trees Hunter ' AUCKLAND, New Zealahd.-<rf l >-« Rive prominent pig hunters had.to climb trees and stay aloft for an hotir during a battle with a huge boar in tlje hack country of Uruti. The -boar wi$ eventually surrounded by dogs arid killed. The hunters descended, but had to fire 15 bullets before Jdllitg the animal. ' Master Shoe Rebuilders 123 So. Walnut St. . Anything in shoe repairing,'N«W. Straps, New Elastic, Toe Lining,' Dying. No job to great or too small. 2 Try Us Foe Your Meat Curing and Smoking. We Do It Right. Home Ice Company 916 East Third Street •I Hope, Ark. • V.W.W Gift Suggestions ([FURNITURE— • Living Room Suites • Bed Room Suites • Chairs • End Tables • What-Npt Stands • Book Racks • Smoking Stands • Occasional Tables [ELECTRICAL— • See Our Window. VISITTOYLAND— • For Those Better Toys. Hope Hardware^ COMPANY JFr - 55-vr "•"-•ff-.' ^_ ••••" *\ - * ,^^ \ ^^ '•Mr '•^•'^ •• ^ \* »^ **^ s^^B »$H«*J> ?$ Ofcl&?* 'I,; ' -5. ,% $ff •j^W ., H .,\,j, . • *s ^ta ' •^L.m^;-- NTT •!., CHE wrenched away from him, swung on her skis, headed for the edge of the sheer 1 000-foot drop. She heard Dan call out a warning, but it was too late. Sally was driven on by a force stronger even than hatred or lore. V Follow her story in the thrilling, intensely human new serial coming soon. Beginning Monday, December 12, in Star

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