Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 19, 1931 · Page 3
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HOPE STAR ANfrbAlLY PRESS, HOPE, ARKANSAS Mre. Sid Henry Telephone 321 He had ho splendid gift to make, Or so thought h«, But many an extra step he'd take A friend to be. Wherever he could helpful be His course was laid. He never spared the strength which he Could spend for aid. Prom what of others' need he knew He never hid, The, tasks which he had power to do .',< JH*. gladly did. He played, the friend to poor and ..e; Braved rain cold To do the servTce some men seek To buy with gold.— E. A. O. - • » • The Alathean Class of the First , Baptist Sunday school will meet at the home of Mrs. W. R. Alexander on Friday evening at 8 o'clock for their regular monthly business and social meeting. „' Mr. and Mrs. George Shumard of Parsons, Kan., are house guests of Mr, Shumard's brother, F. N. Shumard and Mrs. Shumard. *Brlant McCorkle"of Little RociTwas the Tuesday guest of his mother, Mrs. Marie McCorkle and other relatives. Mrs. Fannie L. Crutchfield was a recent, guest of Mr, and Mrs. Ed McCorkle enroutc to her home in Spartansburg, S. C., from a visit in Blossom, Texas, where she was called on account of the passing of her mother, Mrs. George Lawrence. Mrs. A. M; Key was hostess on Wednesday afternoon to the members of tfle Wednesday Contract Bridge club, at her home on South Elm street. Beautiful fall flowers adorned the rooms and the players were seated at two tables. Guests other than club m|ihbers were Mrs. T. S. McDavitt arft Mrs. Ernest Wingfield. The brings 'favors went to Mrs. McDavitt for ^he guests and to Mrs. E. M. Mc- WilDams for the club members. In Air Romance Washington State ShifU Physical Education Staff PULLMAN, ~WnshT _ (/p) — Thre changes of instructors have been mad In the physical education departmen of Washington State college. W. F. Meredith, a graduate of Den Ison university, has succeeded H. H House ns associate professor of phy steal education while the latter ha gone to Columbia university to d graduate work. Meredith was former ly athletic director and coach at Ash land college, Ashland, Ohio. Harold Berridge, a W. S. C. gradua has replaced Kenneth Drisklll a wrestling instructor and Ike Deete has relieved Fred Fulmor as boxin mentor. Deeter was a boxing coach a Potlatch, Idaho. Mri O. A. Williams of Pine Bluff is the iiost of her father, J. F. Ton- ncmaite and other relatives. Dr. K. H. Darnell and Miss Lorena Darnell' of Columbus, visited with friends in this city on Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Arnold has as guests, her, daughters, Miss Kathcrine 'Arf nold, 'who has spent the past' Wire? years in'Los Angeles, Calif., and'Miss • Margaret Arnold of Minden, La: ' ' •• Miss Elizabeth Doane of Arkadelphia wtyl be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bil- ly'Duckett for the Friday night foot* ball game, between Hope and Arf kadelphin. TV( : Mr. and Mrs'.*H. C. Whltworth en- J tcrtained at a.'Very delightful bridge . party on Wednesday evening at their home on South Elm street. Attractively arranged chrysanthemums brightened the rooms and bridge was f played It took an airplane smash-up to reveal the romance of Joseph W. Brooks, former Ail-American football star, and Alinia Patterson, daughter of a New York publisher, who are seen here at Roosevelt Field, Lony Island. When Brooks crashed in Miss Patterson's plane at South Bend, Ind., recently, and was slightly injured, the news of their engagement came to light. Michigan State Gridders Drill in Heavy Uniform EAST LANSING, Mich.— IJP)— Th "track meet" style of football ha caused Coach Jim Crowlcy to order difference in the weight of his play ers' uniforms for practice and for ac tual games. The Spartans have three sets o uniforms. The practice costum weighs 14 7-8 pounds, while the uni form for regulation games weigh three pounds less. The difference in weight is enougl to clip a tenth of a second off almos any man's 100-yard stride, Crowlej says. The third uniform is water-proo and is for wet days. IN TIME OF ILLNESS Perhaps the greatest comfort of all is the certain knowledge that your prescription is painstakingly and • accurately compounded by well trained and reliqtolc' pharmacists. The doctor's prescription is con- jScieniously filled at Ward & Son The Leading Druggists "We've Got It" PHONE 62 Motor Cycle Delivery from five tables. The Thanksgiving motif was observed in the tallies and score pads. The high score prize for the ladies a beautiful Chinese what not, went to Mrs. Lile Moore, J. F. Portcrfield scored high for the men, winning an attractive ash tray, and Lile Moore received the cut prize, a deck of cards. Following the game, the hostess served a delicious salad plate with hot coffee. Twenty-five members of the local high school faculty and football team were guests of the Saenger theater Tuesday afternoon at a special showing of the "Spirit of Notre Dame," the Kriute Rockne memorial picture which is showing Thursday and Friday. Prince Nicholas Eloped With Her Sand shoes of wire mesh, which operate on the principle of snow shoes are used by soldiers in Syria in marching over deserts. . «•»•? , Edam cheese, native bf.Holnnd, is very hard and'is generally soaked in brandy or rum to soften it before eating. Honor Georgian Commoner bride of youthful Prince Nichols of Roumania is Mme. Jana Lucia Deletj, above. Defying the orders of the prince's brother, King Carol, they eloped from Bucharest and were married by a village mayor. The memory of Dr. Paul Fitz- slmmons 'Eve, of Augusta, Ga., ivns scheduled to be Honored at ihe Georgia city Nov. 14 when a nonument erected to him will be invelled. Dr. Eve served with Polish forces in the Insurrection igalunt Russia in 1830 and 1S31. Representatives of the Polish government were to be preseut at the unveiling. LEW AYRES and FAANK CARIDEO The Four Horsemen and All the Great Stars of Notre Dame ... It sways you . . . catches your fancy . . . . brings a lump to your throat . . . throws your sympathy first this way, then that ... it makes you want to hug these hoys . . . kiss them . . • lake them right into your heart. SPIRIT OF NOTRE DAME Attraction PEINGE ZODAR Ths ftjteatal Wiwwd Jj> Person He answers you; questions . . SAENGER Rockne As I Knew Him Once Upon A Time —there was a guy who didn't take advantage of our free radiator and hose inspection. His car had weak tubes and "died" that winter. But you ajre not different. If you will bring your car around tomorrow—before the winter rush begins —we will check it for proper circulation, inside peeling, rust, scale and other obstructions. And mind you, all this for nothing. We are an Authorized Service Station for the largest radiator manufacturer in the world. So don't worry, we know our business. Arkansas Machine Specialty Co. Phone 257 Hope, Ark. COLDS THAT DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA Persistent coughs and colds lead to •erious trouble. You can stop them now with Creomulaiou, an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion is a now medical discovery with two-fold action; it soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and inhibits germ growth. Of all known drugs, creosote is recognized by high medical authorities as one of the greatest healing agencies for persistent coughs and colds and other forms of throat troubles. Creomulsion contains, in addition to creosote, other healing elements which soothe and heal the infected membranes and stop the irritation and inflammation, while the creosote goea on to the stomach, is absorbed into the blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and checks the growth of the germs. Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory in the treatment of persistent coughs and colds, bronchial asthma, bronchitis and other forms of respiratory diseases, and is exceUeut for building up we system after colds or flu. Mouey refunded if any cough o« cold, no matter of how long itajjjing, » not relieved after taking accordin (»dvT By DAN HALPIN Manager 1930 Notre Dame team The greatest shock of my life Was when Knuto Rockne was killed. My association with him was So close during the last year, when I waS manager of football, that I had an unusual opportunity to know him and to share his confidence. He was as much a father to me as he was to any of the boys on the team. I knew what he liked and what he disliked. I knew, for instance that he was a great deal of a fatalist. He used to say, "Well, we have to get licked some time 1 . Maybe it's coming Saturday." That Was the attitude that he evidenced toward the fatal airplane trip. But fatalism seems to make of its followers almost fanatical fighters and his determination to get every last ounce out of every situation and every man was one of the supreme characteristics of him that I will remember, He hated alibis. He had no use for a player who In defeat consoled himself with the thought of winning another day. To him, defeat was failure in reaching the desired objective. And 1 still, I never met a man who had as much respect for opponents or for others engaged in the same thing as he had. Must people, I. am sure, think of Knute Rockne only as a coach of football. He was one of the best rounded individuals I ever knew. He had remarkable abilities and capacity. He was proficient as an instructor in chemistry. He was a most entertaining and eagerly-sought after-dinner speaker. He would have made a great actor. He used his inimitable gift at characterization and and impersonation in jazzing up the team and putting over a point that he wanted stressed. He was champion of the college in squash rackets. He was a splendid tennis player. To him, foot- jail was the man's game. It required men mentally alert and physically fit. After this came tennis. He thought of golf not as a sport, but a recreation. He was marvelously fond of chil- Iren, and unfortunately, unduly trust- ful of anyone offering him «n Invert* mcnt. His confidence In human nature was something sublime, but tin* fortunately it was frequently mls» placed. His implicit confidence In his own men and 1 his own system, his dy* namic, forceful way of talking, hi* picturesque expressions, and the suddenness with which he would switch from biting sarcasm to humorous eft* jolery to get over his point, were characteristics that none of US who knew him well will ever forget. No matter what each of us carried away from college, I am certain that Knute Rockne typifies to us the Spirit of Norte Dame. Every lover of football and every admirer of great men will be glad with me that Rockne has this fitting memorial "The Spirit of Notre Dame" which is playing at the Saenger Theatre now. Britain's Prize Marines fa* . ;. «®», * - Panama Scraps 'Navy' For Three-Plane Force PANAMA—(yP)—Panama has scrap- peri its "navy" for an air force. The single gunboat which was used for the enforcement of revenue laws has been decommissioned and three planes purchased as a nucleus for ah aerial organization. Captain C. K. Travis, former air corps officer In the U. S. army, has been engaged as chief pilot and two Panamanians designated to receive flying instruction at the air corps post, France field. ' Sinus^'Prints" WASHINGTON. — Sinus passages may be: the means of identifying persons postively, according to Dr. Thomas A. Poole, sinus specialist. He reports that X-ray photos of the sinus passages have never shown those of any two persons to be exactly alike. Police and insurance firms are said to be interested in this method. fs> Falls cause about three times as many deaths among elderly persons as automobile accidents. Kride of the British Royal Marines are these four men, weighed down with medals, f or markmanship that they have"won at service rifle meetings. It's required th»t the decorations be worn on the left side—so each may have to utilize one trouser leg soon. Lft. to right are Color Sergeant F.T. Crosby, Sergt. A. J. Howard, Quartermaster T; F. Barrett, and. Sergt. F. T. Dorrett. Chicago Leads Nation In Number of Hotels WASHINGTON-^-Chicago leads the' nation in number of hotels—but New York has the most guest rooms. Federal census of /distribution figures credit the midwesttrn city with 604 hotels while New York, with almost 100 less, has 128,632 rooms. Nearly a' .third" of the ' country's hotels in operation the. year around and'one-half of the total guest rooms are in cities with populations of 250,000 people,or/more.. . ','• ' . One of. the few 1 women .diamond cutters in the world is Mrs. Helene Lewedow, of Pittsburgh,, Pa/ 'She learned the art as a girl in Belgium. ; Personal; Ansel Mclntosh, upon for appendicitis at Tuesday at the City Ho ville, is reported to nicely. He is ft Junior of Engineering at the i sity there. His parehts,' L. B. Mclntosh, and his Lyle Webb, Ufi here '" to attend his bedside, at an early hour . .: Life-Time Give: '<Ele ancestor ri , a .• ;,- ;•-./-;•; ,.,: -JOHNS.;GJB^ The Rexall Stoli I protect my ith LUCKIES "It's that delightful taste after a cup of coffee that makes Luckies a hit with me. And naturally I protect my voice with'Luckies. No harsh irritants for me ... I reach for a Lucky instead. Congratulations on your improved Cellophane wrapper. I can open it.' ll Who can forget Edmund Lowe as "Sergeant Quirt" in "What Price Glory?" That mighty role made Eddie famous in film- land—and he's more than held his own in a long line of talkie triumphs. 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