Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 4, 1943 · Page 3
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__Tuciday, May 4, 1943 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Social and P o- crfonal Daisy Dorothy Heard/Editor Phone 768 Between 8 •. m. and 4 p. m. Social Calendar Tuesday, May 4th . The Woodman Circle will mccl at <uhe Woodman Hall, 8 o'clock, for a business meeting. Thursday, May 6th A special business meeting for ^'hc election of officers will be hold by the Hope Business and Professional Women's club, Ihe Barlow, 8 o'clock. The Vacation Bible School •V:"Quide" will be laughl at the First Baptist church Thursday, 4 o'clock, by Mrs. Hugh Jones. Those planning to leach in Ihc annual Vacation Bible school arc urged lo attend. losses served a delicious desert course with iced tea to the -members, one new member, Mrs. Robert Jewell, nnd two guests, Mrs. Lex Helms, Jr. und Mrs. O. C. Sullon. " Baptist W, M. 8. BuolncBS Mccl is Held Monday A business session of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church was held yes^'.el-day afternoon with the president, Mrs. F. L. Padgilt, presiding. Following the opening hymn, Mrs. Sccva Gibson, accompanied by Mrs. W .H. Hamilton, sang "What a Friend We Have in Jesus". An in•Aspiring devotional on "Making Christ a Companion" was given by Mrs. T. L. Nichols. Mrs. W. R. Hamilton led the group in prayer. Reports from all officers and circle chairmen were heard £l Mrs. tlclgar Thrash, Mrs. Hamilton. Mrs. F. L. Padgett, and Mrs. Hugh Jones, who served • as delegates to the state W. M. S. convention recently held in Little Rock, gave detailed reports to the local ' society. W. 8. C. 8. Circle Three Meets With Mrs Graydon Anthony Mrs. Graydon Anthony, Mrs. C. W. Bridgers, Mrs. Rob Jones, and Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton were hostesses to Circle 4 of the W. S. C. S. at the home of the former Monday afternoon. Mrs. R. D. Franklin, leader, pre sided at the business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. R. B. Moore. "In Concern for Children" was the topic of a discussion by Mrs. Don Smith, who was assisted by Mrs. Ernest O'Neal and Mrs. George Ncwbcrn, Jr. An appeal for all members to devote more lime to the making of surgical dressings at Ihc Red Cross Produclion rooms was made by Mrs. Edwin Ward. A delicious dcscrl course was served lo 18 members. Summer Uniforms for LacJy Marines Two Members Are Hostesses to Wesleyan Guild A social meeting lor members of the Wesleyan Guild of Ihc First •'\ Methodist church was given Monday evening by Mrs. Roy Stephenson and Mrs. Kelly Bryant at the Bryant homo. Following a brief business session, Mrs. Merlin Coop presented ^ the program. Mrs. Lamarr Cox ** gave an address on "Child Labor". Madam Chiang Kni Shek's plan for a post war world was outlined by Mrs. R. L. Broach. The society voted lo contribute »v:to a W. S. C. S. fund for Ihc purchase of an award for China's firsl lady, who has been made an honorary life palron of Ihc W. S. C. S. During the social hour the hos- Registration For Home Nursing Class Begins Thursday Thursday will mark Ihc beginning of a third class in Homo Nursing W be conduclcd by Miss Doro- Ihy Porter. R. N., and Mrs. Mary Mills, R. N. at the Hempslcad Counly rooms on Wcsl Third slrecl. Mrs. Leon Bundy, chairman of the Red Cross project, urges all inlcrcslcd people lo register Thursday night at B o'clock. The lime of the classes will be announced later. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waddle have returned to their home in Do Ridder, La. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Waddle. Lt. John Clyde Hill will arrive Wednesday from Washington, D. C. lo be the guest, of iiis mother, Mrs. Clyde Hill, for a few days. Lt. Hill is a recent graduate of officers' candidate school at Camp Lee, Va. fixpedinqa Mother's Friend helps bring ease ^"i and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, nn exquisitely prepared emollient, IB •£V useful In all conditions where a bland, mild anodyne massage medium In skin lubrication Is de- elred. One condition In which women for more than 70 pears have used It Is an application for massaging the bod; during pregnancy ... It helpa keen the skin soft and pliable... thus avoiding un.- necessary discomfort due to dryneas and l tc? tightness. It refreshes and tones the ekln. An Ideal massage application for the numb, tingling or burning sensations of the skin... for the tired back muscles or cramp-like pains In the legs. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. Mother's Friend •;*}' Highly prnlscd by users, ninny doctors nnd nurflcs. Just nsk any druggist for Mother's Friend—Iho skin lubricant. Try it tonight, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Billingslcy had as Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Billingslcy of Gurdon, Mrs. Jess Tollcson, and W. B. Billingsley of Amily. Mrs. R. R. Forsler and son. "Ricky" of Shrcvcporl arc gucsls of Ihc L. W. Youngs. Mrs. Nathan Harbour and children have gone lo Lilllc Rock for a visil with relatives and friends. Mrs. David DC Fir departed today for Newport, Arkansas, where she will visil relalivcs. Cpl. Leo Erwin, who is stationed at Camp Young, Calif., has arrived for a visit with Mrs. Erwin and other relalivcs and friends. Mrs. Joe Kncsal and little daughter, Jo Ellyn, of Little Rock arc house gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. Clc- menls Hollamon while attending the bedside of Mrs. Knesal's father. Clyde Hollamon, who la a patient at the Julia Chester hospital. Military style note: members of the Marine Corps Women's Reserve will be wearing these uniforms this summer. Fashioned alike with short sleeves, turned down collars and flared skirts, the dress uniform is made of white cotton gabardine with brass buttons while the work uniform is of green and while striped seersucker with bone buttons. Communiques NEW SAENGER -NOW- BOB r DOROTHY HOPE & LAMDUR. Starts Wednesday * \JOHNSONJT* RIALTO Starts Today George Lynn Montgomery Roberts in 'Last of the Duanes" Also Betty John Payne Groble in "Footlight Serenade" Two cadets from Arkansas were graduated this week from Shaw Field, Sumlcr, South Carolina, an Army Basic Flying School, and moved on lo advanced schools at Turner Field and Spence Field in Georgia. They are: Dolan B. Cargilc, HOB Sliover, and Harold Pcndcrgist, McCrory. Mr. Cargilc is the son of Mrs. Mac Cargilc of Hope. Hollywood By ROBBIN COONS Wide World features Wrilcr The Movie Stars are having a tremendous lot of film, making money in habit - forming cniantilics, and indulging in private, well-bred laughter ;il Ihe gcnises of the film induslry. The Iwo quaint souls are Bill Pine and Bill Thomas, and they form Paramounl's Pine & Thomas production unit. They turn out six regular pictures a year and Iwo or three specials, and llicy lurn 'cm out in an uproarious hurry. You loll Ihcm that they don't make the bc.sl piclurcs in Hollywood and they won't argue, hcy'll just ask you who makes belter pictures any quicker or less expensively. Thomas is an energetic, jerky young man who appears perpetually on the brink of a nervous breakdown, and is Ihe only Hollywood executive who can bustle while standing still. Expounding some of his principles of movie - making he says: "Bill Pine and 1 operate on Ihe principle that making motion pictures is nothing but a practical business. Yes, (here arc artistic elements, ton — perhaps. But essentially it's jusl a practical business like making shoes, or ariplancs or running a restaurant. "On our budgcl we can't afford the frills which go along with the million- dollar opuses. We don't need 'em and wo don't wanl 'cm. AH we wanl is a good script, a few assorted actors and the necessary equipment. Then we'll turn out films, and some of them will be good films." old press agent days, and the lest .o which they put a scrccnplayis, "Ciiuld we write a good advcrlise- ment from il?" If il has the elements of a good ad, according to this line of reasoning, il lias the elements of a good film. The adopt the same principle in choosing a lille. Like Ihc finished pictures, they're action- crammcd. Examples are "Forced Landing," "Torpedo Boal," "Power Dive," "I Live on Danger," "Wildcat,"- "Wrecking Crew," "Submarine Alert" "High Explosive," "Aerial Gunner," and "Tornado." Thomas wanted to be sure no-, body got Ihe idea they were turning out quickies just because they arc turning them oul quickly. "They're good enough for Ihc best houses, and they play Ihcre," lie emphasized. "Also Ihcy have action enough for Ihc small lown and neighborhood houses, so Ihcy play there, too. "They play everywhere. What more can we ask'.'" Library Notes "One World by Wendell L. Willkie. Hie best seller of Ihe country for this week, is on the shelf of Ihc Hempslead County Library. In this book Wendell Willkie lolls his fellow Americans what he feels about Ihe war we are fighting, the peace we must. win. the world we live in, and reports on his recent trip lo Russia, China, Egypt, Turkey— and whal he learned from Ihe lit- lie people as well as (heir- leaders. Other new books at the Hempstead Counly Library are "Gideon Planish", by Sinclair Lewis; "Mama's Bank Account", by Kalh- ryn Forbis; 'November Storm", by Joy McCormick; "Perilous Journey" by S. M. Sublette and Harry Harrison Kroll; "Lords of 'the Levee," by Lloyd Wendt and Herman Kogan, "Muting in January" by Carl Van Daren. Franklin D. Roosevelt said "Books cannot be killed by Fire. People die, but books never die. No man and no force can lake from Ihe world Ihe books that embody man's eternal fight against tyranny. In this war, we know, books are weapons—". Laborers Sought by Employment Office White and negro laborers are wanted for a war effort job, transportation being furnished from Stamps, Ark., to the job site, according to an announcement today by the U. S. Employment Service, 201 East Second street, Hope. Pay is 40 cents per hour, time and a half over 40 hours—with the job now working 10 hours a day, seven days a week. Applicants should report to the Employment Service office here—but do not apply if employed in lumber or farming within the last 30 days. Tlio masal ways places longue firmly in cheek when thu talk turns lo Hollywood geniuses. "I've often wondered how a man fools when he learns he's a genius and how lie makes the discovery," commented Thomas, waving lii.s arms and hopping from on fool lo the oilier. "Docs it dawn on him suddenly in the night? Or does he look al himself while shaving and surprisL'dly say 'Old man, you're a genius.".' And when he decides il, how does lu: go about convincing some of it?" About Ihe only Ihing Pino and .Thomas insist, nn wlion they start | shooting a picture is a good script. As Thomas puts it: "If vou've got. a good script, you've got ;\ chance. If you've gnl a bad script, you haven't a chance." The two Bills have an unusual way of deciding whether a script is good. It's the influence of their McCoskill Mrs. Chas. Key of Memphis, 'l.'onn. arrived Saturday for a weeks visit with her mother Mrs. Lutlicr Jackson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Rhodes and baby of Port Arthur, Texas visilcd his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rhodes this week end. Mrs. J. 0. Harris spent Friday in Hope the quest of her mother Mrs. Claud Hinton. Corp W. J. Whilcsidc of Camp Barklcy, Texas visited relalivcs here this week. Miss Lela Rhodes of Magnolia A. .t M. College spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Rhodes. Miss Grace Worlhum of Lit lie liock spent the weekend with her mother Mrs. Dora Wortham. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rhodes wore Nashville visitors Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Moses and Mrs. Chi'stor McCuskill were shopping in Nashville Saturday aflernoon. Mr. iincl Mrs. Oruil Watson and .sun of Hope spent Ihe weekend with her father Mr. J. O. Long. Mr. and Mrs. D, W. Martin spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hood. Mrs. Bub Rowland spent Thursday in Hope. Mrs. J. W. Honeycutl returned last Monday from a few' days visil in Lilllc Rock. PLAY SHOES JUST IN—A NEW LOT that was shipped from the factory Just Before Rationing on Production Started (April 15). White—Turf Tan—Black—Blue—Beige and Multi-Colors. Made Up In Straps, Loafers and Ties. HOPE'S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE Chas, A, Haynes Co, ON MAIN McKeltrick Classic In Cool Summer Cottons Woven Seersucker in Checks, Plaids, Stripes, one- and two-piece styles. Sizes 12 to 20. 7.95 VAN RAALTE Fabric Gloves Rayon in White and Pastel colors, fine cottons in White, Black and Pastel. 98c to 1.49 Costume Jewelry Neck pieces, Pins, Clips. Big assortment. 98c and 1.98 - Pretty Handkerchiefs 35c to 59c Champion Belts Assorted styles and all wanted colors. 98c Van Raalte Undies Chemise Panties Gowns 1.25 85c 1.95 Taffeta Umbrellas 2.98 Hope's Finest Department Store Chas. A. Haynes Co. ON MAIN J;

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