Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 20, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 20, 1938
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Tuesday, December 20,1038 : A man is lit hi.s finest toward the finish of the year; He is almost whiit ho should be wlicn Christmas seasem's liere: Tlien lie's thinking more of others than he's (hough! the months before. And (lit; laughter of his children is a joy worth foiling for. He is less a selfish creature than at liny other time; , . When the Cliri.stmas spirit rules him, he comes close to the .sublime. Man is over in :i slniRKle nnd he's ofl misunderstood; There are days the worst that's in him and lie puts himself aside, Ans hi.s potty hale.s arc vanquished nnd his he-art is opened wide. Oh, I don't know how to say it, Inn somehow it .seems to me That at Christmas man is almost what God sent him here (u oe.—E. A. G. Hal-din Baylor College, Belton, Texas, arrived Saturday to spend the Christ- inns vacation with her pareiif.s, Mr. and Mrs. ,). E. Conner. Mrs. W. H. Anderson left Tuesday for a holiday visit with her .uncle. Dr. ft. F. Rhodes and family and friends in and around Palmyra, Mo. -O- Miss Catherine I'ondroni of Texarkana is (be bouse jfiie.st of Mi.ss Kalhlren Cooper. Vasco Bright of Stillwnler. Okla.. bus arriveil le> spend the holiday, vacation with home folks . -0-- Mis.s Doj-otby Gmiler. who attends Texas College for Women at Dcnton, Texas, has arrived to spend the Christinas vaciitioii with home folks. Of all the seasons uf the year, there is none so blessed willi the rich' treasurers of literature, music and art i as Christmas-. No Christmas colebra-i tiun is complete without the telling! of a .Christmas .story, and what story | in all the world sings itself into our hearts- like the Bethlehem story?! Christmas poetry comes to us from a ages and climes, mid.so much avai tible for use at Ibis time, il covers a the ground from "Twas the Night Be fore Christmas" (o Kilna St. Vincen Millay's somber "Sonnet, lo Jesus O Mis Birthday," nnd in Christina stories mid experiences, those of yo who beard Dorothy Ibomp.son o, Monday evening voer the radio de ssi-ibing a Christmas experience o celebration in the Tyrolean mountain.' 1 am .sure were impressed with the fac that the story of stories is the same the world over, and notwithstandin the fact Hint "Peace On Earth .-UK Gooil Will lo Man" seems to be in til background at this lime in that pai nl the country, there are some left ti ring the chimes, so that all the work in tune shall sing- in harmony will God's great plan. Miss Gwendolyn Deane, who at. tends the University ( ,f Arkansas a: Fayetteville has arrived to spend thr vacation holidays with her mother Mrs. Irnui Oeane :,( the White House. Mr. arid Mrs. C. C. McNeil! daughter. Miss Peggy McNeil! Sunday night for Dallas, where were called tin account of the m- illness of J. McNeil). and left the.v lie.-11 W. Heck, father "of" Mrs' —O- Mi.s.s Kathleen Cooper of the Man ENDS TUES." "There Gees Heart" Wednesday KAY FRANCIS in "COMET OVER BROADWAY" Tues-Wed-Thur ERROL FLYNN in "Adventures of Robin Hood" and "ORPHANS OF THE STREET" DOUBLE FEATURE The Practical [US GIFT That Pleases Everyone to $1.95 HITT'S BROWNE SHOE STORE Foster Finley of the University of Arkansas, Payctleville. arrived Saturday lo .spend the holiday season with his me.ther. Mrs, D. M. Fj r ,|ej.v. they will be joined em Thursday bv David Fink-y of Si. Louis, Mo. John Wiinherly of Kingsporl, Tonn will arrive lliis .weok-onel t,, spemj Christmas with his parents. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Wimberly and other horne folks. — O- Miss Beryl Henry, city school superintendent will spend Christmas with relatives in Benton. HES CATHOLIC CIIUUCI1 Farm Election to Be Heirrhursday C o in m u. nity Committeemen to Be Chosen Thursday and Friday Notice of the Election of community comniilleemen who are to serve in the lll.'i!) AAA program have been an- m.unccd by B. E. McMaban, secretary of ibe Hemjislcad County Agricultural Conservation association, for Thui-Mh.y iind Friday, December 22 and Z\. As in 1!K!8 the county has been divided into five communities for the administration ,,f the prciffi-ani. Only one meetiiiR will be hold in each community. Three committeemen and alternate and a delegate to the county convention will be elected at. each meeting. All persons who are cooperating with the 1938 AAA program or who intend to cooperate in the I'.l.'iil program arc urged to vole in their re.s|«.'et.ive communities. Chairmen of |hu i;r.j,s community committees will |,e in charge of each community election. The date. lime. ;,nd place of meeting and area included in each community i!- as follows: Washington courthouse, Thursday at 111 a. m. for all of O/.an and Wallaceburg townsliif.s. At McNab Thursday at 2 p. m. for Saline and I!ois d'Arc township. At Spring Hill on Friday at 10 a. in. for Spring Hill ;md liodcaw town- shipf,-, and the part of DeHoan town- Miip.s south of a line running east and west of Ihc .south edge of the city limits of Hope. At Helton on Friday at 2 p. in. for Mine Creek and Redland township. At the city hall al Hope on Friday at. 2 p. in. for Garland, Noland and "the part of DeRoan township north of a line running east and west of the .'-•'•nth edge of the city limits of Hope. All eligible voters are urged lo attend the meeting for their community i.-nd help select the commiUeemcn who arc to administer the affairs of the l!l.'!!l AAA program. HOPE STAR. HOPE. ARKANSAS •1 Baby Peggy Bride-toBe They're going to mnrry, Playwright Gordon Ayres and Peggy Montgomery, who was the famous "Baby Peggy" of the films not so long ago. • the Catholic Church I his Sc'rvices I'm week will be; Midnight Manx Christinas Eve. Father William Galvin will conduct services. The public i.s cordially invited. Charles Brian! 19 (Continued from Page One) tignlion was not complete and there :.s a possibility that additional charges would be filed later. .Stewart s;iid he was not positive who the three Prescott girls are. but lhat an investigation was being made .o learn their names and also their theory of the circumstances surrounding the fatnUaccident. Only Boys There fi<i\v FORT SCOTT7K^nI-H/lM-.Q,,i|e by -•hance the Portervillc rural school changed this year from ;, co-cduea- ional institution to a hoys' school. All twelve students that enrolled nre nales. WEDNESDAY All couples having heen married twenty-five years will lie admitted as guest of the management to see— WILL ROGERS in "JUDGE PRIEST" BOB BAKER in "Outlaw Express" FHA 5% Loans New and existing property. Heal Estate Mori. Loan Service Pink Taylor, Agent; Iltlll First National Bank Building. I'houc CSC. Former §7.1)5 to SlU.iir, Values Choice Selection LADIES Specialty Shop Goering Discusses (Continued from Page One) neutrality was involved. Japan has not formally declared war. The Treasury secretary described the Chinese; loans as "credits to a fiiendly nation" and said any other "friendly nation" except war debt defaulters barred by the Johnson act also could 'lipply." 'The door i.s wide open," he declared with a .smile. This was n paraphrase ol the "open door" doctrine, which calls for equal commercial opportunity for all nations in China. The Japanese over objections of the United States, threatened to revise this doctrine. The credits granted Monday are of more technical than commercial importance. China must pay American dollars for American merchandise. It gets most of its dollars by selling silver lo the Treasury, but sometimes runs short, of dollars in intervals between silver shipments. Monday's agreement permits China to borrow dollars from the Treasury's stabilization fund on the .security of gold which China has on deposit in the Federal Reserve banks in this country. When China's next silver shipment—they run to S12.uno.nOO a month-arrives', the silver i.s sold fur dollars, and the dollar exchange loan is repaid. The S2f..<l(IO.<l(lfl Export-Import bank loan to China will be used to buy trucks, {•ii.soline and other "commercial goods" in this country. The Library Read the following books from the shelves of the City Library: "This Isn't Ihe End," by Margaret Widdemcr. "The Silver Peril." by M. Rutlodge. "And the Garden Waited,'' by M. Rutherford. "This- Day's Madness," by R. 1. P. "The Strolling Saint," by Rafcal Sabatina. "The Strange Death of President Harding,' by Irving Thacker. It had little puffs on it..—Complete description of a pri/e-winning crocheted bedspread by its producer, Gilbert Jordan of Enfield, 111. Here's a Frock for Those Who Want tei Look Slim Medical Society Indicted by U. S. Charged With Penalizing Doctors Offering Co-op Service 100 Families to (Continued from Page One) Christmas cheer are The First Method i.-t church. The First Baptist Church, The Mope Gospel Tabernacle, The First Presbyterian Church, The First Christian Church, Garretl Memorial .Baptist Church, Unity Baptist Church. 'Ihe KpiKcopal Church and The Church of Christ. The efforts of all these church groups arc being supplemented by gifts of toys, candies, nuts, fruit and other Christmas cheer by the funds provided by the Ciondfellows club. Additional names of families will be cleared through Mrs. Arch Moore, Roy Anderson and the Chamber of Commerce, K. P, Bowen, secretary. Mrs Moore and a corps of helpers will make; the purchases for the Goodfol- lows and assist in the Christmas eve distribution of toys and Christmas cheer. -^» w w» • In This Machine Age Pit Pony Still Best WASHINGTON -(ff>)~ The American Medical association, three local medical societies and 21 individual physicians were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury for violation of the Sherman anti-trust act. Among the 21 physicians indicted were: Dr. Olin West, secretary of the American Medical association; and Dr. Morris Fishbein, editor of the American Medical association's Journal. The Department of Justice instituted proceedings against the American Medical association last October, charging specifically thai the association, some local societies, and individual physicians were preventing other physicians and co-operative medical organizations from supplying medical .service by refusing membership in medical societies to individual physicians who joined groups. such By CAKOI, DAY If yem like lo look slimmer than you are-, put this on and yejur friends will exclaim that you must, be losing weight. Notice how this design, Pattern 8383. flows straight, anil unbroken from .shoulders le) hem, melting in at the waistline. Observe the gathers just below Ihe shoulder yoke, that as- Mire perfect fit across the bust and prevent a skimpy look. See what a beautifully lengthening effect ilia* LONDON f/l>, -The il nonv is still [ ! larow - io "K collar has, with a single- the most adaptable u nd flexible unit, I ,"'T .^"'"S "I "ie waistline, power for haulage in mines said i 'f I'™" in ' Snugl >' b >' ;j lxilt l.H. Williams, secretary of the South | "^ llw bilck Wales Coal Owerner's association ! Mul '° Woman's Slayer Identified by 3 3 Negro Jurors Are Challenged by Prosecution ' at Little .Rock LITTLE ROCK - Three witnesses pointed to Rome Bone, negro, as the slayer of Mrs. John Deaver, as Bone and his brother, Mose, were placed on trial in First Division Circuit Court Monday. Rome Bone, the first witness for the defense, said the gun with which Mrs. Deliver was shot was held by her husband. Mrs. Deaver was slain as her husband fought with the two negroes after an argument over weighing of cotton on the Miller plantation near Rose City last September 8. Mr. Deaver was plantation manager. The negroes were cotton pickers. Three negroes were placed on the regular jury panel by Judge Fulk for the trial but each was dismissed by the prosecution. They were the first negroes lei be included on a Pulaski Bounty jury panel in many years, perhaps since Reconstruction days, court attaches said. Schoolmasters in Session on Monday J. H. Jones of Hope Elected President of Southwest Group The second annual meeting of the Southwest Arknsas Schoolmasters Club met at Mineral Springs Montlay-night with school men, board members, and legislators from nine counties present. Commissioner of Education T. H. Alford was the principal speaker of the evening. Others on the program were L. T. Lanier, President of the State County Examiners Association, A, B. Wetheringlon, Superintendent Schools at Blevins, Ralph Jones, President A. E. A., and State Senator James H. Pilkinton. The theme of the program was "Present Dny School problems in Arkansas." Mr. Lanier discussed the school priblemS from the standpoint of the County Examiner and said that the lack of proper supervision in Arkansas was one of the chief problems of the Arkansas system. He pleaded that the next legislature make improvement in our present county examiner Jaw. Ralph Jones, president of the A. E. A., said "The school agencies in Arkansas must adopt a co-operative program" and outlined in detail the A. E. A, plans for 1938-39. A. B. Wetheringlon, Superintendent Blevins schools, said that in his opinion the uncertainty of. school finances made plans for a long time school program in this slate impossible and suggested that school revenue be stabilized. Senator Pilkinlon, one of Ihe guests present, was introduced by Mr. Wetherington, and said that "the best way to help the state is to help the schools." Commissioner Alford said that school men, and citizens interested in education, should and must stand together and a united front. He added that if this can te done, Arkansas can get off the bottom in state comparison. , Jimmy Jones, principal of the Hope iiigh school, was elected president of the organization for the next year. He invited the association to meet in Hope in 1939 and his invitation was accepted. Bruce .Wright, Superintendent schools at Foreman, was elected vice president, and A. G. Shannon, superintendent of schools at Stamps was elected secretary-treasurer. - EAGB-TflfflM Coster Arms Deal Is Probed Further Agents Believed to Have Approached Mexico, Bolivia, Paraguay : BOSTON, Mass.—(#>)—A possibility that agents of F. Donald Cosier (Phillip Musica), suicide-swindler, approached consular officials of Bolivia and Paraguay as well as a Mexican consul concerning the sale of rifles, was under investigation Tuesday by Acting United Stales Allorney John A. Canavan. Canavan said he launched his investigation after receiving information from a Mexican consul that two Boston men approached him in November 1937, and offered to sell the Mexican government 'any amount ol rifles and ammunition." Farm Union Agent (Continued from Page One) Long Municipal (Continued ft-om Page One) About 3: j ,.U(IO ponies are iindergorund in the United employed Kingdom. Make this of wood broadcloth, silk crepe or velvet, for bridge afternoon, club meltings and luncheons. A Marvelous New Kind of Permanent Wave IT's Thrilling to Have a "Rilling Koolerwave" Uses No Machinery—No Electricity It's the most comfortable wave.. - you scarcely know you're getting a Permanent. Absolutely the safest melhoel e.,f permanent waving in existence. No over healing, no burning of the hair. COME IN AND SEE US Kate's Beauty-Gift Shop m? "For Something New—Call 252'' Pattern 8383 is designed for sixes 3G, 38. 40, 42, 44. 4(i, 48 50 and 52. Si/e 38 requires, with Ion gsleeves. .V's yards of 3'J-ineh material; with short sleeves, 5'<4 yards; 7B yard for contrasting collar. The new Fall and Whiter Pattern Book, 32 pages of attravtice designs i for every size and every occasion, is j now ready. Photographs show dresses ( made from these patterns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Lte the | charming 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. Fora Pattern of this attractive model send 15c in coin, your name, address style number and size to Hope Star Today's Pattern Bureau, 211 W. Wack Drive, Chicago, 111 Try Us For Your Meat Curing and Smoking. We Do U Bight. Home Ice Company 916 East ThU-d Street Hope, Ark. which was tried and dismissed. D. K. Carson, assault and batten 1 fined §10. Charges were dismissed against Carl Whittington for unlaw detainer; and Robert Trotter for operating a CM- without a rear light and one headlight. Charges of traffic violations also were dismissed on payment of the cost against Woodrow Ligon, John Brown. O. D. Green, Joe B. Trotter. C. V. Ponder, and Mitchell Moore. O. J. Johnson, drunkenness, fined $10. Carl Strong, drunkenness, fined $15. C. R. Philbrick was given judgment of $2") in a civil suit against Kelly Bryant over an oral building contract for $G2. Notice of appeal was filed. The case of E. W. Dorman against M. Becky for possession of a truck was dismissed after a compromise was arranged outside of court. LONDON-m-The Air Ministry proposed to make it compulsory for ail British transport flying machines to be fitted with approved de-icing equipment whenever the probability of ice-forming conditions are indicated. on the Department of Commerce's business advisory council proposed Tuesday to resign as a test of the business co-operation policy with the next Secretary of Commerce. It was learned that they regarded their attendance at monthly meetings —without salary or expanse money— as a compliance with the personal request of Daniel C. Roper, who leaves office Friday. Gifts for the HOME Knee Hole Desks Magazine Baskets What-Not Shelves Tables Smoking Stands Cedar Chests Radios Vanity Lamps Waffle Irons Percolators Refrigerators Hope Hardware COMPANY MISSOURI PACIFIC Air-conditioned Coaches Detailed information, tickets and reservations from C. E. Christopher, Phone 137. To Begin Casting Play on Thursday Amateur Dramatic Club to Present Booth Tarkington Play On Thursday night. December 22, in the council chamber of the city hall, the Hope Amateur Dramatic club will meet to cast parts in "The Traveler" a comedy by Booth Tarkihgton. This play is typical of Tarkinglon's works, having suspense, mystery and comedy al) jumbled together into 40 minutes of good entertainment. The story is about a typical American tourist group traveling in Sicily. They are marooned at night in the mountain village of Castrogirono in the midst of a region infested with bandits. Their adventures are breath taking and the dialogue is humorous and very well connected. Booth Tarkington has written many plays and "The Traveler" is one ow iis most popular presentations. The play will be read and parts will be assigned at the meeting Thursday night. Any person in Hope may attend and apply for a part in the flay. The Dramatic group is a community affair and is open to any persons desiring to be in it. I would like to take it down to the river.—Mrs. Homer Foot, clubmowan and civic worker, Tarrylown, N. Y., protesting a German cannon on the awn of the public library. W. E. Simmons, Dies on Monday Ni W. E. Simmons of Palmos, died .at < 8:30 o'clock Monday night The fui, neral services are to be held Wednes- day Worning at Patmos. Surviving are the following sons end daughters and other relatives—Mis, W,, E. Simmons, the widow, Mary, Frah- ces. Josephine^ Travis and John Sim* mons, all of Patmos. Mrs. N. B. Garner of Okmulgee.'Ok- iahoma; Mrs. Frank Ferguson of Shreveport, Mrs. W. S. McKinley of Shreveport. Mrs. J. B. Haynes of Lewisville, Ark.; Mrs. Sidney .Broom of Hope. Carol Hailed as Strong Man. He's alive anyway. Rice i.s a development of a wild plant native to India and parts of Australia. GUM BLOCKS We Will Now Take in a Further Quantity of Round Sweet Gum Blocks. Payment for this Timber is mode at the time the delivery is made. For Specifications and-Prices Apply To: Hope Heading* Co, Phone 245 "Bell Ringing' 1 Christmas Gifts at DUGGAR'S GOWNS $ 1 Lovely silks in print? or solid colors of Tearose or Blue— for the budget gift buyer, these make very excellent gifts. Others $1.95--$2.95 Jackets CHENILLE or SATIN trimmed, with elbow length sleeves—Either in an exceptional quality—Satin Jackets, lace trimmed, ith elbow length sleeves—Either type for only— $195 1 DUGGAR'S Women's and Children's Ready-to-Wear Women's and Misses Shoes New 1939 PHILCO FARM RADIO 1,000 HOURS of Care-free Enjoy*eat ;/ , without replacing Power Unit! CASH SALE RADIOS IN STOCK ONLY 71F Suitcase Portable Regular $38.45 SALE PRICE $29.95 Cash SOB Regular Price $49.95 SALE PRICE $39.95 Cash S5B Regular Price $59.95 SALE PRICE $49.95 Cash SOX Console Regular Price $69.95 SALE PRICE $59.95 Complete with Batteries and Aerial NO TRADE IN NO TERMS THIS WEEK ONLY AUTOMTIVE SUPPLY CO. 112 South Main Hope, Ark.

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