Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 3, 1931 · Page 6
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in Arkansas If. , November Parnell appoints Mrs. Mat y to assume the place oi husband, Thaddeus H. Cara- the United States Senate, it special election in tan select a successor to serve unexplred term . . r . For time since the Kansas began its annual selection best Junior farmer, in the three years ago. the to Arkansas .... Glenn years old, of Danville, IS declared the country's _ Junior Farmer in' 19& _, fisore than' 56,000 contestants ?»'< Caldron Pattoh, of Wooster, county won the honor in award going to a farm — Jersey . 4 . . Arkansas' Association reports that sur- Arkansas farmers should ... T ,000 left from proceeds ctii*ent cotton crop after^pay- bf federal loans .... Arkansas 2 Clamber of Comeree and Asi Industries of Arkansas con-; i Under the name of The Ar. 'Industries Association, selec 'Sock as headquarters and elec i' Scott, of Tuttig, President . . . Court holds petition seekin im on 90-day residence claus 'Arkansas divorce law insufficien 'tfatlse become effective immedi %*. t. t , McSwain it Sons, For i purchase Van Buren glass l^idle since close of the World announce plans to begin op- JDecember 1 with initial crew _ _ workers .... Jonesboro Roller fCompany begins construction of " ' • '•"' ' ' ' —— —?——^•^•»yaHa i in iii.i TII m»mu»-mM^«>^—M.^BMMMMte^^^TjM.^^^ari5^J?* J ?l^j^^^-. J ^^S^^J-?^^J._£..... W. *, . ^V^r | ^J Iflk 9i^ v.'feed mill and warehouse .... "department awards contract "for .00; levee and revetment construc- , i:'project at Helena .... St. Louis ; ; Sodt$western Railway returns 175 jftfto«io work in.shop at Pine Bluff '''"'. .'Arkansas banks begin payment ; $1,200,000 to members of Christ^Savings Clubs .... Rice reaches a*S record price .... Beebe Jun- I'iSgricultural College awards con- Sifact for $31,000 administration build- jing . . . . Radiant Glass Company, t" Fort Smith, resumes operations .... 1 College of the Ozarks, Clarksville, v. announces plans for $75,000 chapel and j. $38,000 assembly hall .... War Dert *rtment awards contract to Fort tith tarn to supply $45,000 worth of for revetment ' work on the lippl river . . . . Oil mill begins Jon of $30,000. seed warehouse . Iforrest City .... Pike County's old' courthouse at Murfreesbpro razed —«— way for new building . . . . & Nashville Railroad agri- department representative 5,000,000 strawberry plants for distribution to growers N. territory . . . . Judsonia t ships between 45.000,000 ^60,000,000 strawberry plants an- *~f»"* to growers throughout the i.iStates, Canada and Mexico i 'Arkansas Baptist Convention ,, to,consolidate three denomina- •v.tJonal educational institutions now op- '^tatafyag within the state .... St. Louis ^ "tooperage Company announces plans ^rebuild miU at Brinkley at cost of Tie ofrspsiNs ANO A L&teSS, (MS BORN XT Ife LONDON 200. 3JJT NEA SERVICE. INC. College of Marshall Registration Opens MARSHALL, Texas. — Registration or the winter term of the College of Marshall will begin Friday, Decem- er 3, and continue through Saturday, "he hours of registration as announc- d by Dean J. Wesley Smith are from 0 a. m. until 5 p. m. Friday, and from a. m. until 5 p. m. Saturday. Final examinations for the fall term tarted Wednesday and will close Fri- ay noon. Regular class work for the winter erm will begin at 8 a. m. Monday, Jecember 7. Inquiries received by the registrar egarcling entrance requirements indi- ate the enrollment of anumber of ew students for the winter term. Tie enrollment for the term just closing is the largest in the history of the college. Louis Harrell, who calls signals for the Louisiana State University Ben- gals, tips the scales at 140 pounds. $50,000 Witherspoon-Simpson Bondsmen for Sheriff Work to Get Shortage CLAARKSV1LLE, Ark.-(#f—E. ,B. Temple, one of the official bondsmen of Fred M. Russell, Johnson county sheriff and collector, said Wednesday the bondsmen were working on terms for a settlement of a reported $26,700 shortage hi Russell's accounts atfer the grand jury had decided against indicting him. Russell lacked this amount in his final settlement, and auditors of the state comptroller's office, in disclosing it last week said:' "This situation is caused to a great extent by Mr. Russell's desire to help the public of Johnson county by taking up all county warrants that were submitted to him even though he had no moneys belonging to the county general fund and at the time he made his settlements, he of course knew he could not use these county general warrants to settle the accounts of other funds, therefore he was unable to complete his final settlement." j The grand jury now in session made j an investigation of the alleged short- J age this week but it was announced \ that it had decided not to indict Russell. . . Glass .Company, Fort Smith, manufacturer of lamp chimneys, resumes j : — •••• . operations after year of suspension / The University of Illinois' new in. . . . Governor Parnell dedicates two j door ice-skating rink is one of the additional buildings at Arkansas) most popular gathering places on the School for the Deaf constructed at' campus. Townsfolk may skate there cost of $90,000. | on Monday evenings. ',»*. Mi- IJCJI AT Such excitement! ALL the dolls are HERE! Santa's brought his favorite big dolls, little dolls, baby dolls and lady dolls with their sinartest clothes—so the very good little girls }n town could find just the right ones! Tell you? own mother Santa's heard about the depression so all the lovely dolls at Toy&nd are very, very inexpensive! J. C. PENNEY CO. IN Weft geeond St. Phone 884 Hope Arkan Hope, Arkansas $500 Scholarships To Five Arkansans Girl and Four Boy* Receive International Harvester Co. Awards CHICAGO—Names of 100 boys nnH girls living on farms in 36 states Who have been awarded $500 scholarships to help them through college were announced Wednesday by Cyrus Me- Cormlck Jr., vice president of the International Harvester Company which offered the $50,000 in prizes in celebration of the centennial of the Invention of the reaper. McCormlck read the list of names at a luncheon attended by 1,200 delegates to the 4-H clubs congress In the McCormlck plant of the firm. ~?The contest was conducted by the ' 1 4-H clubs with the cooperation of state agricultural colleges and the United States Department of Commerce. tfive of the winners were from Arkansas. Names and projects are as follows: Iva Harnes, of the Oak Grove community, north of North Little Rick, poultry. Bill Erwin, Prescott, Nevada county, swine. Floyd Holiday, Brinklcy, Monroe county, cotton. Joe King, Ebony, Crittenden county, cotton. Chester Williams, Bcebe, White county, cotton. Alternates named in the respective order for the scholarship winners are Jack Platt of Marion county, Florida, DaVis S. Gpodlett of Howard county, John M. Stuckey of Miller county, Fred Smith of Mississippi county and Elmer Davis of Franklin county, Alabama. Father at 80-He's a Magician! Arkansas youths named as alternates for scholarship winners in other states Probation Work in Folk County H»H«d MENA, Ark.-Faclng a shortage of county funds next ye*r, Judge W. t. Green has ordered pftttttu tlon work discontinued in Polk court! ty in order to prevent going oft * cash basis. Judge Green ha« also given notice the county will not be able tft pay the appropriation made by the quorum court for county health 1ONJA, Mich.-(/P)-LinCoin Rush, direct from the dry cleaning business, and Leo Nofth, a barber, two y«ars 8go began clearing 6 muck farm of brush. This year they raised a IS.OwMiUBhel onion crop that will net them between ?10,000 and ?12,000., says, often start doing something with their left hand, catch themselves, stop and start over, using the right hand. This stopping and starling carries over, into the speech act. Charles Andress, 80-year-old former circus magician, his 27-year-old wife and their baby nrc shown nbwe. ftnciress says hp is the "proudest daddy" in the world. The couple were married November 9, 1930, after Andress had retired from circus life, and they lived in Great Bond, Kansas. include Felix S. Bunsk, Star Route, Stuttgart, Jefferson county, alternate for Ross Smith of Neshoba county Mississippi; Robert Tate, Route 1, Pftragould, Green county, alternate for Max A. Gulp of Iredell county. North Carolina; Gilbert Fowler. Friendship, Hot Spring county, alternate for Frank Webb of Dinwiddie county, Virginia. More than 100,000 4-H boys and girls submitted reports on grain growing, livestock feeding and home economics to cotripete for the scholarships. The judges were Secretary of Agriculture Hyde, E. J. Bodman, Union Trust Company of Little Rock, Ark.; Carl R, Gray, president of the Union Pacific railroad; E. F. Murphy, publisher of the Minneapolis Tribune anfi Melvin A. Taylor, president of tilt First National bank of Chicago. McCormick also announced a gift by his company of $20,000 to the minister of agriculture of Canada, to be spent for the development of 4-H Club work in that country. A new contest, without cash awards, will be conducted during the coming year by the company to awaken interest in farm cost accounting. Sixteen high school football teams witnessed a football game between Case and Wooster colleges of Ohio. Left-Handedness Shows Increase, Says Scientist FREMONT, Neb.— (IP)— Southpaws are on the increase, says Dr. George Mendenhall, psychology professor at Milland college here. Mendenhall attributes the increase in left-handedness to the recognition of the theory that children forced to become right-handed after starting as left-handers often become stutterers. Educators, he said, no longer advocate that children be broken of left"handedness. Leftlhanded children being forced to use their right hands, Dr, Mendenhall Window Glass All Sizes DUFFIE Hardware Co. Bankrupt Stock Of ^^•k ^^^^" JHfc» Musical Instruments USED PIANOS Shop-worn and re-possessed and used pianos, in this sale as low as $37.50 USED PLAYERS Shop-worn, re-possessed and used player pianos, in this bankrupt sale $87.50 NEW PIANOS Brand -new Upright pianos, including the best makes, go on sale as low as $169.50 NEW PLAYERS Beautiful cabinets—known brands. Priced as low as $2,37 Your chance to give the family a musical instrument for Christmas for much less than you would ordinarily pay. Through our stores in Camden and El Dorado, and through this Hope store, we are selling a $50,000.00 bankrupt stock of musical instruments. Get our prices and terms. Make This A Musical Xmas COTTON 8c POUND In this sale we will accept your cotton at 8c pound in trade for any musical instrument. Bring your warehouse receipts, and give the family a musical instrument for Christmas. FARM PRODUCE Sorghum 40c gallon Corn 50c bushel Trade in your farm products on a musical instrument. Sorghum in new buckets, please. LIVE STOCK We will allow full market value for all your live stock in trade for any musical instrument offered in this sale. Have a musical Christmas this year! Only A Few Dollars Down Delivers almost any musical instrument, and you can pay the balance as low as $1.00 per week. Old instruments taken in exchange. Your cash, in this sale, will go twice as far as ordinarily in this sale of musical instruments. SPECIAL PRICES TO SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES $166.00 RCA RADIOS A handsome, brand new RCA radio—a splendid instrument, at the ridiculously low price of $135.00 ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS Give the family one of these beautiful phonographs for Christmas. Bankrupt sale USED VICTROLAS Shop-worn, re-possessed and used Victrolas—every one a floor model, and in good condition. Priced as low as $93.00 $4750 $3.50 <f*r\G nn D A r» i r» ^r u * *~^ $306.00 RADIO VICTROLAS A combination radio and Victrola—a high class, nationally known machine only $75.00 ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS All $75.00 Victrolas go in this bankrupt sale for only ELECTRIC RADIOS Shop-worn, re-possessed and used radios—every one complete, and ready to play. Exceptional values as low as $137 $17.50 37.50 $235.00 ORTHOPHONIC VICTRpLAS One of the finest phonographs made. The genuine Orthophonic. Sale price $35.00 ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS All brand new instruments, of course. In this bankrupt sale price only PHONOGRAPH RECORDS During this sale we offer hundreds of new records, all best known brands, six for 75c NEEDLES 5c PACKAGE Majestic Sales and Service $63.00 $7.50 Corner Second & Walnut Music Co. Oposite Post Office Hope, Arkansas * ~ T T ~ "* M

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