Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 14, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 14, 1938
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Wednesday, December 14 r 1938 A Prayer for Holidays Tliose who wntch from wistful windows while the world keeps holi- <i<jy. Lord< send clown thy love to fold them; tnko the loneliness nway. There ore inony, ah, .so many ,fur whom the dawn-light fulls On ban-en fields of bitterness, and mocking empty wulls. Some ure weary with ful.se hoping!!, DOUBLE FEATURE Wed. & Thur. "GIRLS ON PROBATION" —and— 'LADY OBJECTS' some nre bound by crippled feet, Pome ure inother-hom-lcd, yenrnin for lost fool-falls clown the stree StVhVn nre sick for dreams long vanlsV nd, Koine- for questings neve known; Some have lost a comrade's shoutde and must Uike the road nlone. Litllc, w;;l.diin«s, wislful windows white farms ringed with norther fir, I'illiirod portico nnd lattice whor tl\e jasminud dusk-winds stir; Sam-biilicd cabin flanked with sage brush, city nuirblc terraced white, Or ;i sleamer's port-holes streamin gold a«aiiiNt n starless night. Bless (he p.-iliunvc nnd the wailin with (he (read of homing feet, I'our the wretched and weary, win <>< connive, golden-sweet; Those who watch from wistful win > clows, look down on them wo pray I .ft thy love and com fort fold them and llicir hearts keep holiday. —Selected. WKD. ONLY TOMMY Kl-;i,l,Y in "PECK'S MAD BOV WITH TJIJJ emeus- The Marx Bros. in "Room Service" 'ISI *%*** M \. r A wiMW- 'FOR'ROLLINS HOSIERY ' '// \ \ correct costume colors —clear texture—*""•• 1 . ' flattering fit — propor- tioned lengths — and" the Rollins Run slop to pre- V V'\ ,vent garter runs. ,- f STOCKINGS THE VITAL 1/4 or you/? COSTUME R ,,o 1 i i rv<$ Ft U M S 1 0 P' •IHIY DO THINGS FOR /OUR U£S mm BROWN tilt O. T V f\ T-» t-* !-»•• ^^ »-t — SHOE STORE SALE WINTER Sport Coats for All Around Day- lime Wear. LADIES Specialty Shop See Our Gift Line SHEAFFEH PENS VARDLEY TOILET SETS CABA NOME GIFT SETS BILLFOLDS—BIBLES LEATHER GOODS MONOGRAMJMED STATIONERY GALES CANDY MEN'S TOILET SETS JOHN S. GIBSON DRUG CO. Mr. :md Mrs. II. M. Ward of Pat mus annouiu-e the marriage of the! iliiuuhter Irene, to Herman J. Putmiin of Mr. al ,d Mrs. J. W. Putman "t Hope. I |, L . wedding was solemnizec on December 1, n | Lewisville Dec 1st with fho Rev. G. W. Rister officiating I hey were attended by Travis Ward brother of (ho bride and Miss Mabe If »•«,,!. After January 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ward will make their home in Hope, where Mr. Ward is eonneclei with tin- Western Auto Association. Mrs W. P. Singleton, Miss Martha Ann Singleton any 1 Robert Single ton were Wednesday guests of Dr •""1 Mrs. R. M. Blakely in Little Rock Tho Oglosby prA. met on Tuesday ,,riem«xm at the Oglesby school ioi TLs December meeting, with the president. Mrs. H. O. Kyler presiding, a;ul the f.fth grade pupils presenting a Uii-istimis program. The program cunssiled of a number of Christmas enrols, sung by the pu- HiK :iceompnnied by Miss Pansy V'nibcrly at the piano, the scene of he Nativity, with different pupils Mk '".« part. The pl ;l y was undergo direction of Mi.ss Mabel Ethridge, and the children were well trained/both' i he chorus ,md speaking parts, tin monger .scene was unusually beautiful Follow,,,,, the program, Miss Eery Henry city school superintendent ad- diesscd the mothers and friends, giving n jXT°rt from the City council ami a k! "I the assistance of the mothers in warning the bicycle riders to be more cnreful In going to nnd from school, A very pleasing addition to the program was a short concert under the direction of Thos. Cannon by the Junior band under the direction of G. Thomas Cnnnon closing with numbers by the wood win performers, making a most pleasing program. In the count of mothers present, Miss Wimberly's room was awarded the dollar. DiN fcrent rooms were visited following adjournment, nnd the Christmas decorations were very inspiring, nnd to those of you who are slow in getting the Christmas spirit, we recommend a program by the children, and a visit to our schools and catch the spirit of those for whom Christmas means so firstmuch—the little child. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday evening the high school band presented the first concert of the season al Die city hall auditorium under the direction of G. Thomas Cannon nnd student director, J. T. Luck. A large nnd appreciative audience greeted the band and the numbers were splendid, especially the numbers by student director, J. T. Luck, who lifts by outstanding work won the position of student director. The Christmas Carols were beautifully sung and added to the program, and we are just wondering if we realize just what a splendid Organization the Hope High School Band has gotten to be, and what it means tu the community. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hcrndon. Jr, announce the un-ival of a little daughter Jennie Lou, Monday, December 12 at Josephine hospital. The Clarn Lowthorp chapter S. of C will meet Thursday evening at 7:15 at the home of Miss Rosalyn Hall South Minn street for its Christmas party. Mrs. Ralph Routon announces her Christmas recitals for two afternoons next week at her residance 120, North 3 me street. On Monday at 3, the pro- ram will be given by her high school class, and on Tuesday afternoon at 3 he grade school students will be ore- en ted. Relieve Suspense With Suspend^ I-AST TIMES WEDNESDAY No. l-.Jane Withers "CHECKERS" _ Tl lURSDAY & FRIDAY FOR THE 1 „,. „ PRICE OF | CI,,, This Ad-Good For One Free Admission will, (mc Paid 20c Tieko( -jr "iwijay RICHARD OIX CHEsrre MORRIS JOAN FONTAINE PAUL CUILrOVLC 'KO. RADIO -•--—" Also- COMING NEXT SUNDAY In Person (Etc.) rE SUNSHINE BOYS Vo.ir Fnvorllc KWKII Program Tlie Mo rose Home Demonstration ub held its regular monthly meeting t tne home of Mrs. Irwin Urrey. Miss Ju lingtpn gave a rug demonstration nd made further plans for the coun- il meeting at Melrose church, Tliurs- oy. December 15. Mrs. Joe Laseter ave a very inspiring devotional on the finstmas story, using as scripture efcrqnce, the 21st verse of the 1st lapter of Matthew closing with a oem by E. A. Guest. Mrs. Urrey and Mrs. Laseter sang "Joy to the World " The business-period followed. 71iir- teen members and four children were present. Forestalling threat of Washington University varsity ball committee to hand suspenders to any girl appearing in a strapless evening gown, Rae Samuel came to the dance in Seattle already equipped. The Library Read the following interesting books from the shelves of the city library "The Tenth Moon," by E. Powell. "The Great Meadow," by Elizabeth Roberts. The Eound of Running Feet,' by Josephine Lawrence. 'Border Feud," by Charles Snow. 'Silver Spurrs," by Joseph Montague. "The Code of the West," by Zone Grey. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hale Griffith of Seattle, Washington have been guests of Mrs. Griffith's aunts, Mrs W W Johnson and Mrs. Ada Swicegood for the past few days, returning home from a very delightful trip which took them to Chicago vi a airplane 'o Lancing, Michigan for the purchase of a new ear, to New York City, interesting points down the Atlantic coast to Miami, Fla., returning via the Gulf coast and New Orleans, they will make he,r trip home via the Southern route! through California and Oregon. Mrs Griffith will be remembered as Miss Mary Margaret Andrews formerly of this city. ' ' J The Friday Music club Christmas R M T'V* h£ld at the home of Mrs. ' 7 w ^P™" 6 ' Noi ' th Hervey street, 7.30 Fnday evening. Each member will bring u gift not over 25c in price. Navy Yards Ordered to Enroll New Men WASHINGTON -(/P)- Navy yards were ordered Tuesday to enroll ihe argest possible number of apprentices mtheir training schools. The navy department said there is a shortage in some of the highly specwlized shipbuilding trades It is mng to remedy this in order i o car ry out the naval expansion program. Csooay's — utbzt, This Design Solves Frock Problem of the Littlest Miss Play to Be Given forcing Hill Pre-Ghristmas Event to Be Held There on Thursday Night Under the- direction of Miss Adell Williams and Miss Lily Johnson, the first concert and play of its type ever to be presented at Spring Hill will be given Thursday night, December 15, at 7:.iO o'clock in ,the High School auditorium to raise funds for the Athletic Assoeialion. The first feature is the first three grades' play entitled "Mother Goose's Goslings." Following the play an amateur hour will be awarded for the first and .second best contestants. The judges will determine the minners. Episcopal Bishop Is Visitor in Hope To Meet Vestry Wednesday Night, to Preach on Thursday IM ,, Right Rev «end R. Bland Mitchell, Episcopal bishop of Arkansas, will arrive in Hope Wednesday afternoon for a visit to St. Mark's Innsh here. The bishop will be accompanied by the Rev. C. P. Lewis of Birmingham, Ala. At 8 o'clock Wednesday night the bishop will meet with the vestry and members of St. Mark's parish at Hotel Barlow. Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock the bishop assisted by Mr. Lewis will cell ate Holy Communion at the church Tins will be the second visit to the parish by Bishop Mitchell since his conscreation as bishop of Arkansas last October. Pre-Christmas Sale GIFT Lingerie HAND MADE NIGHT ROBES Barbizon Princess SLIPS Vanity Fair Undies Mutlc in Silk Crepes, Satin, and Glove Silk. Lace trimmed and tuilorcd. KJ So exquisil and fine that she will be tlu-illed at first sight. Our Assortments are complete and you will find these garments nowhere else in HOPE, Mrs. Goldstein Files Appeal in High Court LITTLE ROCK-W-Notice of appeal to the eighth circuit court of ar>peals was filed in federal district court Tuesday by Mrs. Grace Goldstein of Ho Springs, convicted and sentenced to five years in prison last week on a Mann act charge. The charge was based on the allegation that Mrs. Goldstein, also under a two year sentence for conspiracy to harbor outlaw Alvin Karpis, transported a niece from Texas to Hot Springs for immoral purposes in 1935 Mrs Goldstein did not appeal from the Karis conspiracy sentence. P J'!f ° ppea ! n . oticc said the trial court , erred m admitting certain evidence over defense objections, and in e x ! j eluding certain defense evidence and jur™ ^ C6rtain instruclions to the ' Santa Says USE OUR DISTINCTIVE WRAPPING SERVICE. Ladies Specialty Shop By CAROL DAY Tills little dress is so perfectly designed to make a one-to-six tot look her sweetest, that you can use it for practically all the ne wfrocks she needs. i : Just as simple as it can be, with a' round collar and turn-back cuffs, this design, Pattern 8358, lias a cluster of tiny tucks in the front to give dainty) i fullness to the brief remainder of it.!. For play or kindergarten, make this i dress of percale, gingham or linen in everyday, small-figured prints. For parties, dinner dates at Grandma's and other dress-up occasions, make it of pastel dimity, lawn, organdy or dotted Swiss. It's easy as a doll-frock to make. This little design includes panties, of course. There's still time to make a dress like this before Christina. Pattern 8358 is designed for sizes 1. 2, 3, i 5, and G years. Size 2 requires I-';; yards of 3fi-inch material for dress; "A yard for panties; H'z yards of braid or lace for collar and cuffs. j 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 charmuig designs in this new book help you in your sewing. One pattern and the neiw Fall nad Winter Pattern Book-25 cents. Pattern or book alone—15 cents. I For a Pattern of this attractive Jtnodel send 15e in com, your name, address' style number and size to Hope' Star Todays Pattern Bureau, 2H W. Wack I er Drive, Chicago/ DL I "Before You Buy" Christmas Gifs for HER Come in and see the lovely SUEDE-TEX and CHENILLE ROBES and Dormitory Pajamas In Six Styles and Colors $J-9 5 and V Other Attractive Gifts In Satin Lcn- gerie, Gloves, Bags and Costume Jewelry. At Hope's Latest Fashion Shop 108 South Main Rev, W, T, McMullen to Speak Wednesday The Rev. W.~ T. McMullen, internationally known evangelist, will speak at the Hope Gospel Tabernacle Wednesday night, at 7.-.TO With the evangelist is his wife and two. daughters who are musicians and Will take part in the service They travel in one of the most modem, complete house cars obtainable and so are at .home wherever they stop. Thev are enroute to California The Rev. Mr. McMulien has conducted revival campaigns in some of the largest churches in the country and for a number of years was pastor ™ lar « e church in Oklahoma. The McMullen party will be in Hope for only one service and everyone who reads this has an invitation to attend the meeting and hear this outstanding speaker. 5 Fish Fry, Stew to Be HeW Thursday Legion Officials Prepare for Large Crowd at Fair Park The annual American Legion fish fry and mulligan stew will be held at 7:15 o'clock Thursday night at Fair ^ark. All ex-service men and their wives are invited. There will be several out-of-town legionnaires present. Arrangements A 8V M H? en made for a lar ee crowd. Cecil Weave)-, post commander, urges every ex-service man to be present. Rites Wednesday for Mrs. Johnson Funeral Service Held at 2:30 o'clock Prom M. EUJhurch " - Funerel services were held a t 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in First i Methodist church for Mrs. Mollie Barton Johnson, widow of the late A. L, Johnson of Hope. Mrs. Johnson died Monday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Lon L. Campbell, at Ashville, N. ,> Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and their daughter and Dr. Louis Barton of Muskogee, Okla., accompanied Mrs. Johnson's body home here. Mrs. Johnson had been a member of First Methodist church for more than 60 years, and was a charter member of the Woman's Missionary Society. The service was conducted by the paster, the Rev: Kenneth L. Spore and the immediate past pastor, the Rev. Fred R. Harrison, now presiding elder of the Arkaaelphia district. Pall Bearers were: Tom Garland and Mack Garland, of Emmet, and Rob Jones. Edwin Ward, John P Vesey and Albert Graves, of Hope. Pickaback Flyer Cited LONDON.-OT-Captain D. C Bennett, who flew the "Pickapack" plane Mercury across the Atlantic in 22 hours 31 'minutes, has been awarded the Johnston Memorial Trophy for the year's best air navigation feat. £AQEj THRffil r Vacuum Draws 'Hoppers REOINA,Sask.Mn-A new device to cbmbat invading horders of grasshoppers wasi. demonstrated to Bask*/ atchewan farmers by Joseph DHhnaft and Frank Hoffart of Yakima, Wash. It sucks up the insects from the ground and destroys them. The oldest known printed book, dis- f,° V t»o^ in China* bears the date, May 11, 868, Wh.n COLDS THREATEN- Used at first sneez^ this specialized rnedi* cation for thenose and upper throat—helps prevent many colds. VA-TR<M«dL FHA 5% Loans New and existing property. Real Estate Mort. Loan Service jPink Taylor, Agent; 309 First Na- I tional Bank Building. Phone 680. Let us make your Gifts more at- « tractive with our special wrap." * Service. Ladies Specialty Shop*2 i j* k 'BELL RINGING" CHRISTMAS at DUGGAR'S Gorgeous gifts need not cost a "fortune." Duggors have scoured the markets of the world to make this Chrismmas your nicest, at minimum prices! Not only that, but we present here a shopping list to further help you, with spaces for names and sizes, so you will have a Christmas shopping list complete! Use this service—just clip this advertisement, fill in names and sizes— the price is listed, and you'll even know how much you'll spend. CHENILLE ROBE for size. , Wrap around or fitted styles, with zipper, with bias cut back that swings as you walk. You'll love their warm and snuggy fit. In royal blue, bittersweet, white, aqua, and powder blue. Sizes 12 to 20 in two groups—$3.95 and $5.95. PAJAMAS for size ...Lace triny- med, or tailored Tom Girls in, satins and crepes that are positively swell. Tea rose, or blue, in sb.es 15, 16, and 17, priced §1.95 and $2.95. NIGHTIES for size The most beautiful assortment you've ever seen for the money—anywhere! Prints, in big floral designs, or crepes and satins, in tailored or lace trimmed types—cocktail bottoms, with lots of lace. Tea rose, blue, and prints in light and dark shades, sizes 15, 16, and 17, priced at J1.95 and ?2.95. PAJAMAS for size Printed Tom Girls, and solid color broadcloth pajamas that make nice gifts. Sizes 14 to 17 plain at ?1.00 and Tom Girl prints nt $1.95. LITTLE GIRL PAJAMAS for size Little Miss Dixie silk pajamas, tailored and lace trimmed types, in sizes 8 to 16, blue and tearose, specially priced 98c. NIGHTIES for size Silks, in prints or solid colors tenrose, or blue, sizes 16 and 17, priced at $1.09 SLIPS for size Lovely quality slips, in crepe, or satin, lace tri'nvmed, or tailored, in junior and regular sizes. A gift that is always appreciated! Priced at $1.00 and $1,95. i of PURSES for Any size. Great vairety of types to choose £ 0m ', "i ST 1 ^ lh ' S SeaS ° 1% Shades of wine ' brown - tan ' a^ black, Priced at $1.00. Raymore bags at $1.95. HOSE for ... size Lovely, sheer, two thread Admiration hose-delight the hearts of every girl-every wanted new coC- charmbeige, pralme beige, mist beige, fuschia. and velour (for wines) pair.Jj.00, three pair in box for $2.85. HOSE for ... S i z e Higli twist three thread Admiration hose, m the above colors, at$1.00 the pair, or three in a box fo Another group Admiration three thread ringles. hose in all new the pair, 79e, three pair in a bo* for only ?2.25 HOUSE SHOES for „»., Fine qual . ity kid leather dorsey type, as well as satins in black wine, and blue, priced at $1.95. HOUSE SHOES for size clever wedge heel toeless, in blue printed taffeta, sizes 3 to 7 in wide widths, priced at §1.49. HOUSE SHOES for size Hi-gore front in red or black crepe, with contrasting bow decoration, and medium leather tipped heel, soft leather sole Priced 98c. Do your Christmas shopping now, and we'll both be happy. Selec > DUGGAR'S Ladies and Children^ Ready-to- Wear Ladies and Misses Shoes Id Mr

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