Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1938 · Page 8
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fi SIGHT HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, December 23,1938 For Women Only HAMBURG.— (#) —German museum officials have discovered near Tostedt a women's graveyard daing back to the second century A. D. with silver nails and treasure chests ainvong the relics. Have Young Mr to . 1939 Come Zipping Your New Year's Table on Skis 1 ! M and Happy New Year From LOUIE and ANDY at the HOPE Confectionery By MRS. GAYNOB MADDOX NEA Service Staff Writer Welcome the New Year with lots of noise, good friends, good "eats" and a buffet table that's both gay and simple. You can easily make a young skier centerpiece, give him a 1939 banner and set him on your table, to preside in the spirit of youthfulness, sport and hope—all popular American ideals. Young 1839 is made as follows: Head—Cut a piece of white crepe paper S\z inches square. Paste into ii tube shape with the grain of the paper around a ball of cptotn. Tie at top and bottom' tightly with spool wire. Cut off the surplus at the top, but leave it at the bottom. Legs—Cut a piece of No. 7 wire 18 inches long. Bend back end Vi inch to form loop which will be the feet. Wrap with three-quarter inch crepe paper to natural proportions. Double through the middle and turn the feet into position. Amis—Make the arms in the same way as the legs, using a 10-inch piece of wire. Body—Cut a piece of crepe paper 5 inches wide, 3'i inches long. Fold with the grain into half-inch width, then double through the middle. Place this padding between the worked leg wires. Then place the head at the top of the wire and padding and fasten all together with spool wire, winding it around the body and over and under the arms to hold securely. Now wrap the body to cover the fastening and make s'm'ooth. Bend the arms into natural position. Paint the features with India ink and tint the cheeks with crayon. The hat is made of a folded strip of black paper cut long enough to go around doll's head. Fold in center across grain and paste short ends. Gather and tic together the two long edges, turn rgiht side out, and stretch folded edge to make the brim. Silver Skis Skis are made of two thicknesses of silver cardboard with wire placed between. The ski pole and cane are made To Our Customers and Friends and Hearty Christmas Greetings Good HEALTH and Good CHEER and Good FORTUNE Too! GORHAM & GOSNELL TOM BOB "The Men's Store" To Our Friends AND Customers RITCHIE Grocer Co. jp% «•£]»& To make your New Year's Eve buffet table pay and different, give young 1939 a pair of silver skis, have a plentiful supply of tassclcd horns and rattles, use tall candles and napkins with silver stars.. of No. 15 wire wrapped in silver paper or ribbon. Paste 1939 numerals on a_ red ribbon and tie around body. Make certain to have a large and accurate clock either on the table or prominently displayed in the room. Horns, rattles, bolls and drums must be stacked in profusion because human beings foci happier makisg a terrific din when they approach any great and unknown mr/m'ent—and surely the beginning of a new year is a great and unknown moment for all of us. A Book a Day By Bruce Catton War Fought in IMIR Hart Terrible at:d destructive as modern wwriare. it its advent w-nild be a little easier to contcmpla'e if- one had any assurance there would lie passable competence in the waging of it. But the record of 19M—1918 is discouraging. It seems to indicate that war has got beyond cvon its practitioners; that in in many cases it is prelet.-st fitted to understand and direct it. That, at any rate, is what one might deduce from the writings of the English expert, Capt. Liddell Hart. Captain Hart has written much on the World War and he has found little to priiise in the doings of its commanders; and his newest book. "Through the Fog of War" CRnndom House: $2.50.). i.s no exception. Most of the World War commanders, he suggests, acted as if they were in a perpetual fog. Over and os r or agin, they made 1 the most prodigious blunders. They refused to realize the art of war had changed; confronted l;y new condition. 1 ;, they could only try to cnrry on as if nothing had been changed since 1870. In this book he briefly studies such men as Joffrc. Haig, Foch. Perishing and Ludcndrof—anmong others. None of those just mentioned appears to him to he the military genius that popular belief ha.s often supposed. In some cases—those of Haig and Joffrc, particularly—Captain Hart is scratching in his cruism. Probably it would take a military genius to weigh Captain Hart's charges accurately. For the moment it is enough to say that he has written an interesting, persuasive and rather depressing book. Save Pcggotty House MILADY'S WINTER HATS are strong on FEATHERS; FUR and DETAILS N OW in; tremr. h Biding in around ih are fully on their of colnr of rankiii ram pun i n for fooi in! timie in i \t black centetl v, i ers, pluiij'. t the hubub over ex- ;iir-dos is gradually sub- favor of softer lines nock and face, women irepared to concentrate 'intpr hats. Regardless r style, felt continues importance. Color la fi . . . especially in hats wear. Many hats con- igtit football colors or, • I- brown will be ac- i color trim, K ;| y or bows. GRAVESEND, Eng.—(/Pi—The Dickinson Society has moved to save from destruction "Peggotty's House' of David Copperf ield, condemned some years ago as a dwelling. Each of the above models illustrates important millinery highlights that will he seen more and more as the season progresses. The small shallow sailor at the top is especially good for the post- full season. This one in a new raisin brown shade, sports a brown and a laurel grec-n quill. All feathers and quills f aro very important, and a brim, no matter how small, is always youthful and therefore a. universal, favorite. The hat at the left emphasizes the tiny silhouette and fur'trim which will be seen on many more hats along with colder weather. Note the exaggerated visor and three silver fox pompoms on this one. The S. A. in this winter's felts means not only sex appeal but Surface Appeal, amply illustrated bj the hat on the right. There is a trend iu millinery away from plain surfaces toward interesting pleats and tuclca which can add height and also enhance the popular irregularly shaoeci crowns. To Our Friends and Customers We extend our thanks for your court- sics and friendship and wish you a "Mch'y Xrnas and Happy New Year, Roy Anderson & Co. "Be Sure—Insure" Heartiest Seasons Greetings to Our Friends and Customers and Best Wishes for the New Year. "We've Got It" The Leading Druggist WARD & SON Hope Phone 62 Ark. MERRY CHRISTMAS Best Wishes for the Coming Year. To Our Friends and Customers. II Ii Hanim Motor Co. Hope Ark. DODGE PLYMOUTH To. Bring You the Seasons Greetings and Best Wishes for the Coming Year Temple Cotton Oil Co. m \\ »•-•';; •• c

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