Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 6, 1943 · Page 3
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Jjucsdoy, ApHl 6, 1943 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THRU Social and P ersona Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Phone 768 Between 8 a. m. und 4 p. m, I 'Social Calendar Tuesday, April 6th The regular monthly meeting of the Oglesby P. T. A. will be held at the school, 3 o'clock. Miss Florcnc Miller will be in charge of i. c program. , Mrs. Oliver Adams will be hostess to the Tuesday Contract Bridge club at her home, 2:30 o'clock. -Thursday Contract Bridge club, home of Mrs. Dale Jones, 8 o'clock. The Woodman circle will meet at the Woodman Hall, 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday, April 7th /Because of unavoidable circumstances the Brookwood P. T. A. meeting has been postponed to Wednesday, April 14 at 3 o'clock at the school. Al this meeting Mrs. O. A. Graves, the guest speaker, "•HI bring an address on "Your home is Your Fortress". Thursday, April 8th Mrs. James C. Cross of Washington, D. C., who is the guest of her rn.othcr, Mrs. Ralph Routon, will be i"..c honorcc at an afternoon party given by Mrs. Nora Carrigan and Mrs. T. S. McDavill. 3 o'clock. High school P. T. A., the school, 3:30 o'clock. A full attendance is '•••ged. Turner, Mrs. O. A. Williams, Mrs. Hugh Jones, Mrs. Frank Ward, Mrs. James Embrce, Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, Mrs. S. L. Murphy, Mrs. Franklin Horton, Mrs. H. M. Rives, and the circle chairmen. Various recommendations made by the executive board were accepted. Representing Circle No. 1, Mrs. Hugh Jones gave an inspiring dc- volional on "Spreading Christianity in the Continent". W, S. C. 8. Circle Entertained at Carrigan Home Circle Circle No. 2 ot the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Nora Carrigan and Mrs. T. S. McDavilt Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Mamie Briant opened the meeting with a helpful devotional on "The Resurrection". Eighteen members and one visitor were welcomed by the hoslcsscs and leaders, Miss Briant and Mrs. W. C. Miller. Lalin American subjects were discussed on a program headed by Mrs. B. W. Edwards. Also participating were Mrs. Henry HHt and Mrs. T. R. Billingsley. Mrs. Ada Tallcy closed Ihc meeting with prayer. A delicious ice course was served by the hostesses. A meeting of the Azalea Garden club will be held at the home of Mrs. W. R. Herndon with Mrs. C. B. Floyd assisting, 9:30 a. m. ! 'The Hope Business and Professional Women's club will meet at the Barlow for a dinner meeting, 7 o'clock. W. M. S. Meets For Business r "ission at First Baptist Church Forty-eight members of the Women's Missionary Society of Hie First Baplist church responded to roll call at the monthly business meeting held at the church yesterday afternoon. The president. Mrs. F. L. Padgilt, presided and heard reports from the following committee chairmen: Mrs. Henry Hayncs, Mrs. John Mrs. Clyde Hendrickson Presents Methodist Study Mrs. A. K. Holloway, Mrs. Leon Williams, and Mrs. George Maham were hostesses to Circle No. 1 o: Ihe Women's Society of Christiar Service at the home of the formci yesterday afternoon. The meeting began with an ad dress by Mrs. Charles Parker, eir cle leader. Mrs. J. O. Milam gave the devotional on 'In My Father'.. House Are Many Mansions". Mrs. Clyde Hendrickson, wh was program leader for the after noon, presented the topic on the dis covery and training of native lead crship in the Methodist churches in South America. She was assistec in the discussion by Mrs. H. H. Stuart and Mrs. Guy Card. After reading the Scripture reading on the Resurrection, Mrs. Parker gave the closing talk. Mrs. Alice McMath dismissed the group with prayer. Delicious refreshments were served to twenty two members during a social hour which followed. Clear Eyes Are Mirror of Your Vitality Flashes of Life By The Associated Press Technical Error New York E. E. Conroy, special agent in charge of the Federal Burcnii of Investigation, said a painstaking young man arrested on a charge of draft evasion had devised the following scheme: By faking the stationery and handwriting os a physician in eight letters he sent his draft board he attempted to establish that his "dependent" mother and sister were suffering from various diseases. But he made one msitakc, the FBI said. He misspelled the names of the diseases. What No Pretzels? Kolomo, Incl. — The Kokonio police dispatcher broadcast the following order to a roving squad car: "Drunk driver dropped case o£ beer in Markland Avenue and kept on going. Beer in center of stree.t Take it e asy gelling Ihere. That is all." Decline of the Drama Naugatuek, Conn. — Conscious of the manpower shortage, the Valley players selected a play calling for only four male parts, and bravely scheduled tryouls. Now the direclor is grooming girls for the male parts. "We can't even get four men," lie moaned. Election Expert Wichita, Kansas — "II is this kind of michief which might easily lead to serious injury for many," frowned police Judge Dallas M. Polls as he imposed a 90 - day suspended sentence on a 1-yearold youth. The youth had confessed shouting "fire" in a crowded theater — so he could obtain seat. So There! Springfield, Mo. — W. B. Lay, attempting to farm 320 acres this year, explains why Greene county farmers are blue: "A fellow came out the other day who said he knew all about farming, and I told him to hitch the team to the harrow. "He looked at the machine and the horses — he could tell which was which — and then wanted to know which side the horses went on!" _ USE _ W6 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS RAILROAD WORKERS The Railroad Retirement Board will recruit TRACK LABORERS in Hope, Ark., on April 8, 1943. Both white and colored wanted. This is essential war work. Men will be hired in Hope and furnished free transportation to job. Rate of pay: 55 and 60 cents an hour. Time and a half for all work over eight hours and for Sunday and holiday work. Rate depends upon location. PLENTY OF OVERTIME AVAILABLE Board Costs only 50c a day. Lodging Furnished Free. Each man must provide his own bed roll. If not employed in war work, apply to your local United State Employment Service Office. Starts Today •tarring MILTON BERLE MARY BETH HUGHES and Jimmy Lydon in "Henry and Dizzy" NEW SAENGER Last Times Today Claudettt COLBER1 Joel McCREA Starts Wednesday MRS. PIRIE: clear-eyed . . . vital. By ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer There are three R's of beauty which 1 would advise you to observe as faithfully as once drilled in reading, writing and 'ritlimelic. The beauty R's are rest, relaxation, and right eating. A shining example of the clear- eyed beauty which rewards healthful living is Mrs. Robert S. Piric, New York and Chicago socialilc. She's as busy as the next woman now; she's one of the national heads of the women's division of the USD. Yet she finds lime to look out for her physique—in fact, she says, time spent in taking care of yourself is time saved because it speeds up your work pace. If you never have to think of your health, probably you have good habits. The woman who sleeps filfully, however, who lacks appetite and never relaxes would do well to check those health hazards now. A plcsant way to start is to set aside some time each week for beauty care: you'll be surprised lo discover that a good shampoo, a facial, revives moral and may even improve your sleep, by helping you lo sneak up on a little rest, which is all that many women need to overcome thai "too tired to sleep well" complaint. Subscribe for the Hope Star Today. Coming and Going Miss Mary Claude Fletcher has returned from a weekend trip to Little Rock. Miss Wendell Owen of Texarkana spent Ihe past week with relatives and friends in the city. Communiques William Lee Hodnctt, radioman, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hodnell of Emmet, Arkansas, has complcl ed basic training at the Submarine school. Submarine Base, New London, Conn. Hodnctt attended Bodcaw High school and has been in the Navy for several years. His basic training was received al San Diego, Calif. Rent Violators to Face Court Action Little Rock, April 5(/P)—Charging violation of rent ceiling regulations, the OPA filed federal court actions against nine persons here Saturday and planned similar action against others at Jonesboro and Fort Smith this week. The; nine charged in the Little Rock court were listed by Districl Attorney Sam Ropex as A a r o n Goldweber, R. L. Snow, Joe H. Hankins, Mrs. Ira L. Collins and Mrs. L. J. Lockhart Ownes, all of Pine Bluff; Harold Sullivan Ben- Ion; A. N. Demers and Ted Hood, Little Rock; and Fred Foster, Walnut Ridge. An OPA spokesman said the ac lion followed investigation of alleged improper property registrations, excessive rent collections and failure lo register rental property. The charges filed arc misdemeanors carrying a maximum penally of a $5,000 fine,a year's imprisonment or both. Hang Yourself For Figure's Sake-Star Women who suffer SIMPLE If lack of blood-Iron makes you pale, weak, "dragged out"—try Lydla Pink- barn's TABLETS—one of the best and quickest home ways to help build up red blood to get more strength and promote a more vigorous bloodstream— In such cases. Plnkham's Tablets are one of the greatest blood-Iron tonics you can buy! Follow label directions. JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED Your doctor frequently orders the safe, nationally advertised brands and your government asks that you purchase equally safe defense bonds. Bond$ For Victory! The Leading WARD & SON Druggist pj, o|ie $3 We've Got It RISE STEVENS: streamlined diva, By ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer Rise Stevens, Ihc luscious star of opera and movies, is never going lo gel an old-fashioned diva's dimensions if she can help it. "The moment I become conscious of an overweight feeling (and, by the way, that feeling usually lolls me I'm gaining pounds before Ihc scales say sol, I Iry 'hanging myself,' " reports Rise. She adds hurriedly, "I mean execution." About six feet from the floor in her apartment there is a solid slccl handbar, anchored to door facings. The singer grips the bar with both hands, lor u Jew minutes. She lets her body swing, completely relaxed, for a few minutes; then she hangs by each hand alternately. Next, she swings by both hands, and lifts first one log and then the oilier, holding the lifled leg as high as possible, then lowering it very slowly. These exercises keep limbs and also torso supple and firm, she says, and keeps her feeling refreshed and fit. Bodcaw Senior Play to Be Given Friday Suppose you had u perfectly-appointed home and social standing in a community. How would you feel if suddenly your home became a charitable institution for the needy? The answer will be found in "The Rainbow Girl", a clever play which will bo presented by Ihe senior class of Bodcaw High School at 1he school auditorium Friday night, April 9, at 8:30 p. in. In the cast are: Snow Boswell, John Robert Skinner, Violet Hodnett, Joyce Cameron, Rucl Spencer, Denver Lee Fuller, Geneva Multi- son, Mavis Cassady, Perry McCargo, Jr., Doris Lee Burns, and Opal Crawford. The teeth of flying J'u.\e.s arc used for money by the natives of Rennell Island in Iho Smith Pacific. Millinery Straws and Felts. Small dressy shapes. Large shape Felts in Pastel and Navy. 1.98 and 2.98 Spring Coats Smooth wrap-around coats with self-belt, loose for casual or dressy wear. Plaids or plain colors. 16.95-19.95 Bags Bags are clever this Spring in styles and fab- ics. New treatments make these quite different. 1.98 - 2.98 Spring Suits In Stripes, Plaids, Solid Color Woolens. Styled right to wear now and next fall. 16.95 to 24.95 Sweaters All Wool. Slip over with short sleeves. White and Pastel colors. 2.98 Blouses For that New Suit we have the Blouse. Tailored or frilly dressy type. All White, Checks and Stripes in colors. Fine Batise, Cottons, and Rayons. 1.98 to 3,98 Collars and Cuffs Lacy styles, Organdie and Pique. 59c and 98c Van Raalte Gloves Fine Fabric Gloves in pastel shades and black. 98c to 1.49 HOPE'S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE CHAS. A. HAYNES CO. ON MAIN

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