Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 24, 1931 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 24, 1931
Page 6
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HOPE STAR AND DAILY I»Mg, aOPj AHKAN8AS , tf oVfember* £4, School Board I Only Activity of Time Prosperous CWtt of Ruddells JOHNS. Ark.-(/P)-The lit- i of Ruddells, near here, is lit• "deserted' village," but still it i school board—all members of and all living in the same ld is the only activity in the once was located one of lime plants in northern And only two families live e the school teacher's The Fighting Irish LearftlKe Meaning of Trojan llHeT other the family of directors. Vacant and decaying dwell,as a sign of desolation—a hotel has most of its win- broken and a yard growing .willage church is a of desertion—a modern rail- itfoh is boarded up and trains stop—nothing is left in the ftd even the streets are grow- ijf> In weeds. even a. mail sack is thrown passing trains.for the postoffice _ been discontinued. fitit a school still remains and to requirements of the law six di* had to be elected. They are land Mrs. Ady Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. Pitts, son and daughter-in- of Andy Pitts; Miss Sarah Pitts, daughter of Andy Pitts, and P. M. brother-in-law of Andy Pitts. Andy Pitts is president of ths and her husband is secretary. f ' ' "the village was "deserted" when a : ltimp in the price of lime caused the plant here to cease operations and the force was moved ot a Batesville plant. «* A sign of once prosperous times, the .lime plant has not been dismantaled 'and Some ?75,000 worth of machinery W rusting away. T- Hie plant was the principal busi- •'ness of the town. Mena Celebrates First Paving of City Streets MENA, Ark.—(£>)—Menas first con- Acrete street pavement has been com- i»ipleted. The new pavement is. on the Sljoutes of highways Nos. 71 and 88 in" "ffcide the city limits. The Notre Dame Juggernaut that had rolled over all comers for twenty-six games was wrecked by the University of Southern California eleven at No.reDnmelnd The Westerners had been held scoreless until the last quarter, when they made two touchdowns, and with only two minute, to play, Baker hu™ky Trojan guard! place kicked from the 23 yard line, ending the game 16 to 14. Steve Banas of Notre Dame » shown off his feet m the nrms of Captain Stan Williamson, Trojan center, after making two yards in the second quarter. Arkansas Youth Is Killed in Texas Norman Austin Tucker of Warren Falls From Freight Train HOUSTON, Tex. — (ff>) — Norman Austin Tucker, 19, of Warren, Ark., WHS injured fatally Tuesday In a fall from a moving freight train. He was en route here to Visit relatives. Before dying, he said his father was William V. Tucker of Warren, Ark. New Paving District Is Formed in Mena MEN A, Ark.—A new street pavnl? district has been created by the city council, property owners having pctl- I tioned for the paving of Port Arthur avenue. Commissioners named .for the new district are D. E. Dodd, Fred Duke and W. J. Lauck. It is proposed ! to pnve Port Arthur avenue with concrete from Menn street to Reine street. Old Time Reunion Planned by Indians JDABEL, Okla.-The Indians will hold an old time reunion Thanksgiving Day, six miles south of Smtthville, at Coleman's tourist camp, for the Choctaws, Chlckasaws, and former Rock Creek, Jones, Armstrong, Spencer, Academy boys. The committee Is composed of Coleman Ward, Calvin Parson nnd Noah Wilson. Union Thanksgiving Planned for Idabel 1DABEL, Okla.-A union Thanksgiving service has been arranged by the churches of Idabel, to be held nl 10 a. m. Thanksgiving Dny ul the First Methodist church. Rev. R. C. Holcomb, pastor of the Baptist Church, will deliver the sef-M mon and! a committee ha* been ap* pointed for. special music. Tractor Salesman—"With this tractor you can do twice as much Work." ___ ^»»»o — '. — Farmer (with a look of disgust)— "I do plenty of work now. What the heck do I want with a thing that makes me do twice as much?" Nurse Tells How to Sleep Sound, Stop Gas Nurse V. Fletcher says: "Stomach gas bloated me so bad \co\i\A not sleep. One spoonful Adlcrlka brough out all the gas and now I sleep well . and feel fine. John S. Gibson Drug Company. ' DARWIN STORE Specials for Wednesday and Wednesday Corinth Health in this community is some better now. Mrs. Orca Williams is not doing very well, she is still having some" fever. Holes Spenser spent Sunday afternoon at George Martin's. People in this community are very sorry to know that Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown are moving to Stamps. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Easterling spent Sunday afternoon with their daughter, Mrs. Eara Shipp of Bodcaw. Miss Lillian Easterling spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Carmon Shipp of Bodcaw and was very sorry to hear that Miss Carmon Shipp is still having fever. Sutton Rev. J. W. Erwin is in Oklahoma visiting his son and sister. Mrs. .Bulah Stroud of Hope has been visiting friends and relatives here. • 'Miss Lois Woodul spent Friday night with Misses Muriel and Lena Erwin. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher of Longview, Tex., are visiting Mrs. Fincher's parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Lige Murry. Rural Carries in National Magazine The complete report of a rural mail carriers convention held in Hope last month is to be published in the National Rural Mail, Carrier, weekly magazine of postal employes, The Star learned Saturday. It is the report .of the rural mail ^carriers' convention of the Seventh congressional district, which met at Hotel Barlow the -last day in October. Wylie J. Roberts was toastmaster. The delegates were welcomed by Mayor John Vesey; and among the speakers were: U. R. Beason, Waldo; W. J. Roberts, state secretary; Mrs. J. W. Welsh, president of the state Auxiliary; and Mrs. W. W. Nixon, secretary of the Auxiliary. E. L. Kimbrough, of Monticello, state president of the association, made a report on the national convention} at Los Angeles las tsummer. J. L. Myers, district postal inspectro, also attended the Hope meeting. Georgia was the first state to hold state forest fairs and the first to introduce forestry in vocational agriculture schools. Georgia Tech Captain Rates High at Center A T L A N T A.—(/P)—Georgia Tech's Golden Tornado has done little damage in the way of scoring points against opponents this year, but few southern conference teams have a center that excels Capt. Howard Neblett Neblett's consistent play has earnec for him the praise of fotball critics and he has inspired his men lo carry on in the face of defeat. He weighs 170 pounds, stands fiv feet, eleven. In spite of his ligh weight, he has made most of th tackles in the savage line attack Georgia Tech has weathered. He is a junior. Little Rock, Ark. His home is Nort ** Playing for High Stakes on the High Seas! TRANSATLANTIC -With- EDMUND LOWE LOIS MORAN MYKNA LOY GRETA NISSEN SAENGER NOW SHOWING ** Oranges Red Ball Naviil Dozen I7lc Cr'berries Eiidnor—Quart I3c Lettuce Firm Crisp llcmls 7 l /2C Pineapple Komnii Gold No. 2c CHII I7|c Meat Market Savings ROAST Fork Shoulder Round—Pound Sausage Swift's Brookficld Links, Ib. 29c—Patties, Ib. 24c Oysters Baltimore—Extra Select—Pint 39c 5ft /, h How good is it?" That's it! ^BOUT anything and everything they buy, smart shoppers like to ask one question— "How good h it?" Chesterfield welcomes smokers who buy their cigarettes that way. • • • O UR tobacco buyers are smart shoppers, too. They "shop" for the ripest, mildest, sweetest-tasting leaf that grows. And j^iey won't take anything else. "How good" are Chesterfields? Well, con.» sider their blending. Blended and cross-blended... not merely mixed together. Blended first by crops and countries . . . then cross-blended again and again... to produce a flavor and aroma that are Chesterfield's alone. That's how we get that better taste • • • that's why Chesterfields are milder. Even the paper they're rolled in is the whites** cleanest £~d purest that money can buy, H OW good is it?" Light up ... then you tell us! And the package . . , clean, bright, fresh-looking ... see how easily it opens, yet how tightly it's sealed. • * * O PEN & package. Note the aroma... delicious foretaste of pleasure ahead. Now—pull out a Chesterfield ,. . round, firm, well-filled. Milder? Right! Taste tetter? You bet they do! They're pure, too — and they certainly do satisfy! GOO( J p m > they . ve got to t, e goo d! There's value here. We know, because we put it in... and you'll smoke it out with every one you light,

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