Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 23, 1938
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Friday, 23, 1938 HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE MRS. SID HENRY It came upon n midnight clear-bright choirs: .One crossed their slurry borders to proclaim Heaven's yearning message of Good Will «nd Peace To all mankind, and glory lo the Niimc. Joy To Hi World Hour now upon the winds Rich echoes of eolcsthi] harmonics, A smyriacl praiseful voices waft the sons Even to earth's once darkened boundr- ies. O Little Town! Some tenderness may loose The lips long muted by the hand of grief, Some shinning word renew the song of faith Grown faint against the selgc of unbelief. Oh, Come Let 13s Adore Him, Christ the Lord! Let heart mid voice be joined, all else were treason To our Eternal Kind, God's Gracious Son, i Whose birthday brings the heart a singing season . . . Selected as Christinas guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Andres of Little Rock, and Mr. and M>s: D. W. Childers of Rosebud, Texas, parents of Mrs. Dwight Andres. _O— Payton Kolb of Baylnr Univcrily, Waco will pend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Kolb. Miss Elizabeth Green of the Edora high school faculty arrived Thursday afternoon to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Green and other home folks. Mr. arid Mrs. W.C. Andres will have Give Her A Dress for XMAS 2 for Former S7.!)5 to $12.!)5 Values Choice Selection LADIES Specialty Shop Mr. and Mrs. Boiv Haynes of Washington City will arrive Friday for a holiday visit with Mr. Haynes parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haynces. -P- Misscs Marie and Nannie Perkins will have as holiday guests, Jurge and Mrs. Duval Purkins and Litllc daughter, Nancy Lane of Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Edwarl Woodford and daughters, Nancy Jane and Susah Ann. Miss Nancy Ruth Carrigan of Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadcl- phia has arrived to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Dolph Carrigan. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis announce the arrival oLa little daughter, Mary Rainsq, Thursaday, Dec. 22, at the Julia Chester Hospital. Spooner, Pa. The wording was solemnized at 9 o'clock Friday morning, December 23 at the h'ome of the bride on West Third street with Dr. W. R. Hamilton officiating. The place of ceremony was marked with Southern Smilax draping-the .end of the living room. Specirnen white carnations flanked the irrijSrovised altar. The bride wore a slatb blue costume suit with dyed skurilc trim, and navy accessories, her corsage was of Sweetheart roses. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mig. Case left for Detroit, Mich., to Jspend their honeymoon with Mr. Case's family. The bride is a graduate of Hope High School, and attended Henderson Slate Teachers college, and for the pnst two years has been connected with the Citizens National Bank. ., Mr. Case is a B. S. gradualc of the University of Minn., and is a member of the Tau Phi Delta Forestry Fraternity and a Sigma Phi Sigma social fraternity, and has been with Ihe Soil Conservation • Service in this city for the past two years. He is now Are|i Forester, Coastal Plains Area. Aftjir the first of the year, Mr. and Mrs? Case will occupy the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Claude Garner, Edgewood street. Saturday Specials Fat Dressed Hens, Hi Hit- Pork Koast IT'L-c 11) and up. Armour Star Xnvis Mams. II) it'/ic Fancy K. C. Koasl . 17!•<•<.• II). up Lifiht Cnisl Flc.uc, il ll> s-.u'k Sllc Heliotrope Flmir. 24 Hi. sack .. 7Sc Aunt Jemima Meal, 10 II) 2(lc Armour Star 1'urc Lard 4 Pound Cnrlon "Kit- Mm I.v other bargains too iiiiiiivriius to mention. REECE'S MARKET East Front St. Merry Xmas FROM THE XMAS DAY f f f SPECIAL at 111 The greatest air Ihrllljoverfilmed.. I ten time* greater U in § Ttchnicolor! with „ ImlMGS 111 A fotamounl PU<ur» with FRED MURRAY RAY MILLAND LOUISE CAMPBELL AwJy Pevine'lynne Overman Porter Hall * Walter ftfrel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carter and little daughter of Monroe, La., will spend Christmas with Mrs. Elizabeth Pritchard and Mrs. M. H. Barlow. _O- Ralph Owen of Shreveport, La., has arrived to spend the Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 'P. Owen. . ' Carey and Dale Carltbn of Rapid City, S. D., arrived Thursday for a holiday visit with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Carlton. Jim'mie Hnrbin of Little Rock will arrive Saturday to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harbin 'and grandmother, Mrs. Florence Turner. -0-Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Jones will spend Christmas with relatives and friends in Houston, lex. Talhol Field, who has arrived from the state University, for a holiday visit with Mrs. J.T. West and Miss Hattic Anne Feild, is spending a few clays this week visiting with Percy Burton, Jr., in Lcwisville. Mrs. W. W. Duckett is spending Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. B. E. Newton and Mr. Newton in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Reed will be Christmas guests of Mrs. Reed's sister, Mrs. Dwight Blake and Mr. Blake in Mindcn, La. • Mr. and Mrs. John P. Owen announce the marriage of their youngest daughter Ruby to Mr. James M. Case, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Case of NOTICE! There Will'Be a Matinee at the SAENGER AND RIALTO SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY STARTING At 2 p. m. Christmas Seals Campaign to End Sale Closing December 25 —Hempstead's Total Is Lagging The' sale of Christmas Seals closes officially December 25, and indications now are that the Seal sales in Hope will fall far short of last year's total, the Hempstead county commillce announced Friday. "A contribution to the anti-tuberculosis campaign shows the true Christmas spirit," James H. Pilkinton, chairman of the local committee said. "While the response lo Ihe seal sale has been very gralifying in most cases there arc still many seals unaccounted for. We know that they have probably been /mislaid and forgotten in the rush of Christmas. Before we can complete our report, however, we must account for every seal mailed out. Those who can make a contribution are urged lo do so al once. "Those who cannol afford lo keep their seals are asked to help the committee complete its work by returning tlie seals sent them. "A complete list' is kept of every name to which Christmas seals were mailed and the number scnl. In mis way Ihe committee is able to account for every seal," the chairman pointed out. Hope citizens are asked to look up their Christmas seals and pay for them Friday and use them on every package or card mailed out. ther uncertainty into monetary matters. On the other hand, recovery would not have been so extensive if, for some reason, prices had not been held in check. It would he difficult to assign a reason for this. And whether re-" covery continues will depend very much on what happens lo prices. On the whole, the year 1938 must be called a recovery year. TOMORROW: Sketching the I'J'.ifl business picture. comes in lisping. "If they fit. lake thorn. You're welcome," he says.. So far everyone hns walked out without the teeth. Daladier Upheld (Continued from Page One) possibility the gn.s might be used in military lighter-than-air craft instead of commercial dirigibles. Voelkischer Bcobachlcr, Reichsfue- hrer Hitler's personal—and the party's official central organ—editorialized under the caption: . "What Is Icket Up TO?" It accused the American of using language "which is nothing short of astounding when used by a responsible statesman of a great power." IB 3k • iBmfBBiiBHBBHBaffWm XMASDAY SPECIAL at RIALTO DOUBLE FEATURE Gay Adventure! Warm Romance! Mighty Thrills! "THE LITTLE ADVENTURESS" with EDITH FELLOWS RICHARD FISKE Where the Covered Wagon Meets the Iron Horse! THE Texans with RANDOLPH SCOTT JOAN BENNETT MAY ROBINSON WALTER BRENNAN Offer Utility Tax (Continued from Page One) these companies to reduce rates. "Up at Fort Smith the gas company charges 32 cents for 1,000 cubic feet of gas and evidently it is making money or it would quit business. At Little Rock the charge is about 55 cents for 1,000 cubic feet. In other cities and towns it runs up to 85 cents. "I am drawing up a bill levying a tax against distributing companies which retail gas to consumers at more than 45 cents per 1,000 cubic feet. That will allow them a 13-cent margin over the Fort Smith rate." He said he had not decided on the rate of tax to be proposed, and that his bill would contain safeguards to prevent the levy from being passed to consumers. She has always had the courage of her convictions—Senator "Vic Don- ahcy speaking of his secretary who socked a policeman. All camels do not have humps. The'South American guanaco is one of several types of humpless camels. Legal Notice COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on December 7, 1938, in a certain cause (No. 5217) then pending therein, between The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation, ct al, complaintants, and Claude W. Garner et al, defendants, the undersigned as Commissioner of Said court will offer for sale at public vcndue to the highest biclded at the front door of the United States Postoffice in the City of Hope, County of Hempslead and Slate of Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, January 14, 1939, the following described lands siluated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, towit: Tlie Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 15; the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 22; the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 22; all of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwesl Quarter of Section 22 lying East of the Arkansas & Louisiana Railway Company right of way; all of the South Half of the Northeast Quar- .tcr of Section 22 lying North and West of the Washington and Arkadelphia public road, except the following described tract: beginning at a stake on the South line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 22, 12.82 chains East of the center of said Seclion, thence run East 10.97 chains to a stake, thence North 7.90 chains to a stake, thence West 10.97 chains to a stake, thence South 7.90 chains to the point of beginning, containing 8.GG acres; the West Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Seclion 22, and Ihe West Half of the East Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 22; all of the above described lands being in Township Eleven South, Range 25 West, containing in the a'ggregate 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 Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rale of five per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being (retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand this 8th clay of December, A. D. 1938. RALPH BAILEY, COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY. December 9, 23 "NOTICE OF FILING REASSESSMENT OF BENEFITS 21 Pan-American (Continued from Page One) linental solidarity and their purpose to collaborate in the maintenance of the principles upon which said solidarity is based. "Second, that, faithful to the above mentioned principle and to their absolute sovereignty, they reaffirm their decision to 'm'aintain and to defend them against all foreign intervention or actvities that may threaten them. "Third, and in case the peace, security or territorial integrity of any American republic is thus threatened by acts of anay nature that may imperil them they proclaim their common concern and their determination to make effective their solidarity, coordinating their respective sovereign wills by means of procedure of consultation established by conventions in force and by declarations of inter- Amcvican conferences, using measures which in each case circuWstanccs may make advisable. "It is understood the governments of the American republics will act independently in their individual capacities, recogniding fully their juridical equality as sovereign states. "Fourth, .that in order to facilitate ^consultations established in their and 'other American peace instruments, the ministers of foreign affairs of the American republics, when deemed advisable and at the initiative of any one of them, will meet in their several capitals by rotation and without pro- tocolary character. "Each government may, under special circumstances or for special reasons, designate a representative as a substitute for its minister of foregin affairs. Fifth that this declaration shall be known as the Declaration of Lima." There's Half A Bite Here If the Teeth Fit CHICAGO.—M 3 )—The set of false teeth—uppers—police found at the corner of Lincoln and Sheffield avenues a couple of weeks ago has been tried in more than 60 mouths without fitting. Sergeant John Slcffcn keeps the teeth in a water glass, Stcffen just points to them whenever someone ^Jl-ASTDAYFRI. ~ 1:1)0, 3:30, 7: & 9: Charles Boyer Hedy Lamarr " A L G"! E R S" Comedy and "Sing" " "SATURDAY" TIM McCOY—in "JUSTICE OK THE RANGE" Tin:.'! MESQUiTEERS—in "Hitlers of the Black Hills'' No. •!—"The Lone Ranger" kWHB«lBnflBnft«ll*W«B«3l«B*'ji jj Try Us For Your Meat Curing »J ,' and Smoking. We Do It Right. *f *; Home Ice Company ;• '*• 91G Kasl Third Street j£ •J Hope, Ark. «• , FHA 5% Loans New and existing property. Real Estate Mort. Loan Service Pink Taylor, Agent; 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 686. CHRISTMAS Dawns once again upon the world, bringing with it beautiful Peace ol mind and Spiritual Happiness. Moreso than on any oilier occasion, warm fellowship and true friendship prevail at this season of: the year. Our entire staff extends GREETINGS and wishes for you and your loved ones a ... VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and JOYFUL HOLIDAY SEASON! SUNDAY & MONDAY GINGER ROGERS Fred Astaire—in "CARE FREE" Production Gains (Continued Irom Page One) of a more forward-looking policy by employers. Whatever the reason, the fact is significant. Therefore we see from February oC this year a more or less steady upward movement of business activity. This would have been larger but for several reasons. First, as retail sales were Ihe last to feel the effects o£ the decline, they continued to drop off well after the recovery movement got under way in production. Strange as this may seem, it is not unusual. Second, the farmer ran into trouble. His immense crops drove his prices down and cut his purchasing power. Third, foreign disturbances produced their effect on our export sales which are now running about 75 per cent of last year's volume. Fourth, foreign war scares exercised an enfeebling effect upon private in- vesl'm'ent, since they introduced fur- We offer you this wish: good luck, guud fun, and good health be yours from Christ'mas on. Thank you for your patronage, and may \vu again enjoy it. Opal Seymour Jett Lee Talley Noel Alford Raymond Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Logan Bailey Notice is hereby given that the reassessment of benefits in the following districts and annexes have been this clay filed in my office, ami the same are now open for inspection, as provided by law, to-wit: Curb & Gutter District No. 7 and Its Annex No. 1. Street Improvement District No. 11. and Its Annex No. 1. This 16th day of December, 1938. T. R. BILLINGSLEY, Clevk of the City of Hope, Arkansas Dec. 16-23. •

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