Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 28, 1943 · Page 3
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O Friday, May 28, 1943 Social and P ersotia Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Phone 768 Between 8 •. m. and 4 p. m. I Social Calendar Friday, May 28th Mrs. Hubert Campbell will present her violin nnd piano pupils in recital at the city hull, 8 o'clock. Circle No. 4 of the Women's So- .clcly of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church, Mrs. C. D. LiUltcrbach and Mrs. ,1. P. Bycrs, leaders, the Surgical Dressing rooms, 0 a. in. All members are urged lo make plans for this scheduled day of volunteer work. Pupils of Mrs. Robert Campbell To Be Heard in Recital Friday Mrs. Robert Camphcll will present her students of violin and piano in rccilal Friday evening at J) o'clock in the auditorium ot Ihe cily hull. Tho following will participate: Diano Bryan, Aclele Blackmail, Charlotte Ann Hobbs, Sam Marie .Lautcrbach, Arlliadalc Hefner, Belli -Bridges, Caroline Hawthorne, 'Nancy Shults, Claudcllc McComicll- Bctty Joan Murphy, Marjory Ri sell, Warren Jones, Peggy Mario Pentecost, Mary Anita Lasetcr, TVl.irtha Nell Urrcy, Darrcll Crank, Dorothy Jean Wilson, Maxincj Bowden, Elma Jane Kcalun, Dora Lou Franks, Mary Alice Urrcy, Eugenia Sue llasscll, Laura Ann Ganmflo, E a r 1 o u i s e Thornton, Bonnie Marie Anthony, Polly Anna Williams, Carolyn Hamilton, EfIU Eliso Hyatt, Blanche Drake, Bcav- urly McConncll. Nellie Jean Bailey, Mary Dell Waddlo, Carroll llyall, Phyllis Williams. Don-is Urrcy, Patricia Ann Williams, and Joyce Kcaton. • Tlio interested public is invitee to attend Ihe musicalc. Kcllcy, Miss Bertha Sparks, Miss Ruby Kcllcy, Mrs. Syvcllc Burke, Mrs. Tom Purvis, Miss Sue Martindale, Mrs. Earnest Turner, Miss Mary Lee Kidcr, Mrs. Pat Hyman, Mrs. Georgia Bcauchamp, Miss -lara Harris, Miss Frances Eason, Mrs. Charles A r m i I a g e, Miss Juanila Gentry, Mrs. Byron Evans, Miss Florone Genlry, Mrs. Vincent Foster, Miss Jane Waddle, Mrs. Halph McClure, and Mrs. K. Y. Complon. Recent Bride and Bride-Elect Are Feted at Party As special compliment lo Miss Mabel Schneikcr, bride-elect, and Mrs. Elwin Salisbury, a recent bride, Mrs. Georgia Miller and Mrs. T. 11. Brumfii'kl wore hostesses at a informal parly at their home Thursday evening. Enjoying the parly were the lion orees, Mrs. Taggarl, Mrs. Harry Hobin.son, Mrs. Wayward Burke, Mis:; Nora Lee Purlle, Miss Mildred Pin-He, Miss Kola Booth, Miss Clara Parris, Miss Huby Bennett, Miss Iris Hilcy, Miss Frances Schnieker, little Miss Ann Taggart, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Amonelle, Miss Lillie Mae Collier, and the. hostess. Summer flowers in artistic containers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. The hostesses served a delicious ice course. Miss Laura Kclley Is Named Honoree at Shower Miss Laura Kelley, bride-elect, was honored at a surprise lingerie shower by Miss Martha Waddle and Miss Marjory Waddle at their home on South Main street last evening. For the occasion the homo was artistically decorated with myriads of summer flowers in brilliant colors. Mi;;s Kcllcy, who will become the bride of Quinn Humphries, United States Navy, stationed in Miami, was the rcccpicnt of a number of lovely gifts. The hostesses served a delectable salad course to the following: Miss Protect nhrnaed flkin nml sootlio with Mcxannn, formerly Mexican Heat, Powder. Also relievo burning . ANN OYS of boat-rash irritated skin. Williams-Taylor The wedding of Miss Kate Taylor youngest daughter of II. W. Taylor and the late Mrs. Taylor, ant Charles Williams, of Toxarkana Texas, was solemnized at 5 p. m Saturday, May 22, at the Firs' Presbyterian Church in Texarkana The Rev. D. O. Graham, pastor performed the single ring ceremony in the presence of a small gather ing of friends and relatives. The bride wore a navy blue sheei suit with matching accessories. Hci shoulder corsage was of white car nations and cornflowers. Miss Mary Long, of Paris, Texas the bride's maid of honor, wore sky blue suit with while acces sories. Jmmi'dialfly following Ihe cere mony an informal reception was held. The lace-covered dining labl was centered with a crystal bowl o snapdragons flanked by lighter white tapers in crystal holders Miss Long presided at the puncl bowl and Mrs. Harry Fisher as sisted in serving the cake. The couple left for a short wed ding trip immediately following th reception. Mr. Williams left Tuesday, Maj 2S, for Barnsville, Okla. After Jim 1, he will be joined by Mrs. Williams, and they will make their Sunday - Monday - Tuesday myu GIVE you THE "HOARSE"LAUGH , when I give THEM the laugh-laugh! A Fun-Hit You Can Plan Your Money On lo Win I ABBOTT COSTEUO GRACE CECIL EUGENE PATSY MCDONALD • KEUAWAY • PALLETTE • O'CONNOR News — Weapons for Victory — Modern Vikings RIALTO SUNDAY - MONDAY LORDED WITH DEHTH... BliRifMG H9S1SS! lh*8Af Thrill SjMrfadt made by rt» men who govs you "THE INVADERS" HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE Rescue By Amphibian Jeep Through swirling flood waters of the Arkansas River, this combination land and water icep was driven 15 miles to bring Jack Coker, 18, from his home in Muldrow, Ark., to Fort bmith to undergo an emergency appendectomy. Red Cross Nurse Kathryn McCarthy accompanied Private Thorp, jeep driver from Camp C h a f f e e, Fort Smith, on the trip A blanket has been placed over Coker to ward off chill winds and spray. Union begins with a general assembly. 8:00 p. m.—Evening Worship Serv- ire with a sermon by the pastor. Our Vacation Bible School will continue Monday through Friday of next week for boys and girls between the ages of four and sixteen. With an enrollment of over 200, the attendance this past week has broken all previous records. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Millard W. Baggett, Pastor 9:45 a. m.—Bible School. Mr. Malcolm Porlerfield, Superintendent. 10:50 a. m.—Morning Worship, observance of the Lord's Supper; special numbers by.the choir; sermon by the pastor; topic, "A New Creation." 7:00 p. m.—Christian Youth Fellowship. 8:00 p. m.—Evening Worship. Evangelistic service; congregational singing of favorite and familiar hymns; sermon by the pastor; topic, "The Hem of His Garment." 8:00 p. m., Wednesday—Prayer meeting. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH H. B. Smith, Rector Memorial Day will be observed in the service of the day at 11 a. m., with Communion and sermon. The topic of the sermon will be, "Shall Our Flag, 'Old Glory' Endure?" A welcome to all. lary In a joint program. This meeting will be held at Unity Baptist Church located on South Elm street. Visitors are more than welcome. 7:30, Wednesday — Teashers' meeting. 8:00—Prayer services conducted by Mrs. Somers. Remember you have an invitation to be with us in our revival which begins the first Sunday in June. Brother W. E. Thomason will assist. "But I will sacrifice unto thee with the voice of thanksgiving; I home at 511 Canal street, Cambridge, Ohio. Births Mr. and Mrs. Al Park, of El Dorado, arc the parents of a little daughter born Saturday, May 'XI, at the Julia Chester hospital. She has been named Mary Lou. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kinser arc the young lady's maternal grandparents. Communiques Miss Polly Tollcson arrives today from Texas State College for Women, Dcnton, for a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tollcson. She is leaving Sunday for Arkansas State Teachers' Col- Ic-ge, C'onway, where she will attend summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Harbour have as guests, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Youngblood. and Mrs. Ward Bell and little daughter, Carol Ann, all of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Mclnlosh and daughter, Rhoda Lee, of Chicago, are guests of Mr. Mclnlosh's mother, Mrs. L. M. Mclntosh, 1011 West Sixth. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brilt left 'uesday for Aberdeen, Md., whore liey will visit their son, Pvt. ohnny Brill. The Rev. and Mrs. Millard W. Jaggolt arc visiting relatives in wolle. La. Mrs. Chcd Hall, Mrs. Charles iarrell, and Miss Rosalyn Hall pent Thursday in Little Rock. Coming and Going Medical Replacement Training Center, Camp Barkcley, Texas, Vlay 2(i—Allen Lane Taylor, son of >lrs. Henry Taylor, 323 South Pine, oday completed training and re- civecl a commission as second icutcnanl in the Medical Admin- stralivc Corps at the Camp Barkc cy Officer Candidate School grad- lation. Flood Danger in Arkansas Believed Over Little Rock, May 28 — (/P) — Danger from the Arkansas river's second record breaking flood in three weeks lessened today as the unruly stream nearcd its crest at Pine Bluff. The river began falling her last night and its recession at upstream points accelerated. It crested here at 30 feet, overflowing approximately !50 blocks — some to a four - foot depth. Expressing confidence in the Mississippi river - type levees below Pine Bluff, U. S. Engineers never the les remained on the alert while state guardsmen and army troops maintained constant patrols of the dikes between here and Pine Bluff. The !35lh engineers, a map Claibornc, La., regiment that helped build the Alcan highway, were reinforcing a four - mile section of the levee near Rcydel which went out in the 1927 flood. Water - rationed Fort Smith saw army engineer troops restore mergency lines to the city's regular water source last night. Less than 40 hours after the troops began a pontoon span to carry temporary pipelines across a washed out bridge approach, water was pouring into the city's reservoirs. Water Commissioner Jay Medlin said rationing, in effect since Sunday, would contniue until the reservoirs were safely filled. The main line broke under the first flood a fortnight ago. An cmcrgcn cy line on pontoons snapped last week under the second. The water situation at nearby Camp Robinson eased after emergency repairs were made on ai under - river main which snappcc Tuesday. In the first three weeks of this season, Washington's Bob Johnson .brew out three men at the plate, .wo at third base and one at second from his left field position. Rabbit Maranvillc returned lo the Boston baseball scene recently as manager of a Park League team • The Yankees have led the Amei ican League in home runs for the last seven years. NO ASPIRIN. can do more for you, so why pay more? World'slargestsefleratlO)!. 36 tablets 20)i. 100 for only 35#. Get St. Joseph Aspirin. Increase in State Retail Sales Washington, May — (/P)— Sales of ndcpcndent retailers in Arkansas, on the basis of reports from 211 stores other than department stores, increased eight per cent in April as compared with April, 1!)42, a census bureau report shows. They increased six per cent from March to April of this year, and eight per cent for the first four months of this year compared with the corresponding period last year. Ten department, stores recorded a sales gain of 3<1 per cent in April over the same month a year ago, eight per cent for April over March of this year, and 44 per cent for the first four months of the year compared with the same period last year. with .m., The only book of the Bible in which the word God is not found is the Book of Esther. In Switzerland, foreign' military uniforms, cannot be worn without permission. Church News FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Pine at Second Robert B. Moore, Pastor Chimes—9:30 a. m. Church School—10:00 a. m. Morning Worship—10:50 a. m. Special music. Sermon by the pastor. Vesper Service—5:30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Youth Fellowship Hour — 0:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship—6:30 p. m. Choir Practice—Thursday, June 3, 7:30 p. m. FIRST- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ' Thorrlas Brew'ster, Minister Sunday School—9:45 a. m., classes for all age groups. Morning Worship — 10:55 a with message by the pastor. Young People's meeting — 6:30 p. m. Evening Preaching Service—7:30 p. m. There is still time to contribute to the Defense Service Council this Sunday. Attend Sunday School regularly and you will thereby encourage Supt. Dick Bowcn, and set others an example. You are cordially invited to work and worship with us. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE North Main and Avenue D Paul R. Gaston, Pastor "Earnestly contending for the Faith." Sunday School—9:45 a. m. Guy E. Basyc, Superintendent. Morning Worship—11:00 a. m. Sermon subject, "What Price Freedom." A special Memorial Day message. Young People's Service and Adult Bible Study—7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Service—8:00 p. m. Sermon subject, "The Story of a King's Last Banquet." Wednesday Revival Hour — 8:00 p. m. NEW SAENGER Wild AND Woekit*... —Plus- Three Mesquiteers in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Third and Main Streets Rev. W. R. Hamilton, Pastor 9:30 a. m.—Sunday School assembles by departments. 10:50 a. m.—Morning Worship Service with sermon by the pastor. 2:30 p. m.—Sunday School at Guernsey. 7:30 p. m. — Baptist Training 'Riders of the Rio Grande' and CHAPTER 9 'Overland Mail' 'ill pay that that I have vowed, alvation is of the Lord," Jonah RIALTO PREVIEW Saturday Night 11 p. m. e , ' . * ABBOTT COSTEUO Friday - Saturday A Career Against Crime! TOM CONWAY RANDOLPH and Buster Crabbe m 'Billy, the Kid's Smoking Guns' SERIAL STORY £sdh BY LORETTE COOPER WAAC COPYRIGHT, 1643. NEA SERVICE. INC. IN THE FIGHT CHAPTER XVII "TJTALT! Who is there?" a sol•*"*• dicr's voice called. Beth felt a tremendous surge of relief. "Officer of the post," she replied. "Advance slowly, officer of the post, and be recognized." She moved slowly toward the voice. She could see no one. She realized what a target she would be for a cat-eyed sentry if she aroused suspicion. Suddenly a powerful flashlight was beamed on her—for only a second, just long enough for the sentry to see her, but not long enough for her to make certain within even a few feet where the beam was coming from. "Continue to advance," the sentry ordered. She took another two steps, then fell. "I ... I can't. I'm injured." The sentry was at her side in an instant. "You're Lieutenant Carter?" he asked. "Yes." "I never expected to see you here, sir." Then he was confused. "Or should I say sir?" "Sir suits me," Beth said. He turned the light, its beam carefully guarded so that it would not shine vertically, onto her ankle. It was swollen, despite the wrapping. "I've got to get you in," he said "It's a long way. But we should bo able to have a stretcher here in a couple of hours." * * t JPETH heard the anliaircraf guns again, Two hours woulc be too late. Then she saw the sentry unstrap a case from under his arm. He turned a knob. Her eyes, becoming more accustomed to the dark, saw that he was operating something which appeared to be a portable radio. Then she recog- lized the instrument—it was one of the United States Signal Corps' walkie-talkies. : 'Qan you get headquarters?" she asked. That's what I'm do- "Yes, sir. ing." "Then . . ." and the order came clearly and distinctly, for Beth knew now what the answer to the situation was . . . "tell them, that the airplane they're shooting at is piloted by Major Brit Jackson, who is trying to land." The sentry looked at her for a moment, as though unable to believe what she said. "Quick," Beth ordered. "There isn't a minute to lose." * * * HPHREE hours later Beth was placed on a stretcher, carried by two husky Medical Detachment bearers. It was noon when she was deposited at the island hospital and a doctor unwrapped the bandage the sentry had put on her ankle He regarded it with a diagnostician's eye "It's not broken, thank goodness," the medical captain said "but it will cause you some trouble for a few days. You'll be on crutches for a week, anyway," Just then Brit came in. He saluted her snappily. "Brave girl," he said. "You saved my personal bacon, Lieutenant Carter; and what's more important, you gave the American forces on this outpost a fight ing chance.." "Tell me all about it while the aptain works on my ankle," Beth said. "I got down within a few minutes of the time your radio mes- age came through—they signaled o me to let mo know that my dentity was established. You can magine I was spending some pretty bad minutes up there." "You were in a dangerous place," Beth said. "I heard, the antiaircraft guns." "I wasn't thinking of myself," Brit said, and he took her hand in lis. "I was thinking of how you might have been killed in that ump." "Anyone would have done the same thing. I couldn't fly a plane, ;o there was nothing left for me except to jump." "Have it your way—I'm going to tell a different story in dispatches. What I have to tell the general will read like fiction." He looked at her. She couldn't succeed in keeping a blush from her cheeks. "It's not over yet, though, Beth," Brit said. "We're expecting a raid within a few hours. I haven'-t been able to get much out of Lita's pals, but I believe the Jap put a message through to his base, wherever it may be. I'd say there will be a raid by tomorrow evening at the absolute latest, and maybe by tonight. By the way, how do you feel?" The medical captain interrupted. "If you think I'm going to give this girl a CC pill and mark her duty you're wrong, Major." "Of course not," Brit agreed. "We'll compromise," Beth said. "We'll cut out the CC pill, but I'll be marked duty. I'm able to sit up, and when I get some nourishment I can answer a telephone or watch a spotter's chart or do something else. You need every man you can get out in the field, Major. I know darned little about this island's defenses, but I know this much. I'm in this fight to the end!" (To Be Continued) FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH West'Fourth and Ferguson W. P. Graves, Pastor Sunday School—10 a. m. Lacie Rowc, Superintendent. Morning Service—11 a. m. Young People's Service—7 p. m. Evening Service—8:15 p. m. Ladies' Prayer Service—Tuesday, 2:30 p. m. Week night services—Wednesday and Friday—8:15 p. m. We extend to all a very cordial welcome to all of our services. We will be glad to have you in our Sunday School. Come and bring the entire family. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH North Ferguson Street D. O. Silvey, Pastor 10:00 — Sunday School. R. W. Davis, Superintendent. 11:00—Preaching. 7:30—B. T. C. and Bible Study Groups meet. Note the time has been changed from 7 id 7:30. »:00—Preaching. 2:30—Monday. The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet with the Unity Auxil- To B. R. HAMM - - - Congratulations from a member of the Automobile Industry, for the faith and confidence you have expressed in it by your removal into a new and modern motor plant. Western Auto Associate Store TED JONES, Owner Greetings To B. R. HAMM-The Man Who Has Faith In His Own Business The moving of B. R. Hamm Motor Co. into its big new building is the best tonic the local automobile trade has had since the war began. Pessimists wail "What's to become of America?" And B. R. Hamm has given the answer: America will always be all right while her people have confidence in their country and faith in the future of its business. The Automobile Industry helped make America great, and will do an even bigger job in the future. Congratulations to B. R. Hamm for Courage, Faith, and Vision. CROW-BURLINGAME CO. ROY CRAINE, Manager it

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