Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1931 · Page 7
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! i;f \»(\ ( . i> V * j fhiflgton (M f. Member* Cele- Thuriday at the Black Hotel «nd t>ro- Clubv witt meet at Thursday evening „. It* .third birthday Simmrf McDon««ld, of indent of the.Ai'kari- of Business and Pto- Itomen's Chite will be guest "Aiftong otSetf out-of-town will be Miss ' Maty Arnold, at of the Hope club, Mrs. El Dorado and Mrs. Bur- VTfi*. Washington cltib was organized A^ „ ^ y^ flgd ^^ WMfe ^^ _ club perfecting the organ- Miss Mary Calls was. made president and other officers IS Letha Frazier, vice presi- and • Jewell Smith, secretary, officers of the club are Miss 'Monroe, president; Mrs. A. P. *',' Vise president; Mrs. J. A. Wi ecretary and Mrs. T. V. Wi recorder. J.L. Leonard Mew M. E. Pastor Chining Is 1000 Bales Ahead Total THttt Far for W»«h> ington I* Above 2,500 Bale* the combined ginnlgn of the Washington din Company and the T. Jt. Garner" gin has to date reached approximately 2,500 bales, which is about 1,000 bales larger than the total number ginned by both gins last year. The Washington Gin Company passed the 2,000 mark this week and the Gamer gin la approaching the 500 mark. Last year's total for,the Washington Gin Company was about 1500 and the Garner gin accounted for about 400 bales. It is estimated that 'rom 250 to 300 bales remain in till erritory to be ginned if weather con ditions permit picking of the cotton A. N. Stroud reports that he has approximately 90 bales yet unpicked on is" farms. The extremely bad weather during he past two weeks has made cotton picking all but impossible and it is likely that much of the cotton now in the fields will be lost. Cteil Prince—and Crown Prince It Rev. H. H. Me iGtiyre in Washington &* *•? n - t * «. WEOT&Stv, H. H. McGuyre, for the Jf 1-psk tlttee "years pastor of the Wash- P^3$Myfatt Methodist church has been as- iTj? signed 'to the'pastorate at Foreman -*T, atit^vrill move to that city immediately '-» make his residence. Rev. McGuyre received this assignment kst week by & \thft conference of the Methodist church """""big.this district, then convened in SbeRock. '•,>^vjtte Rev, J. L. Leonard, will take -* «tv4r the pulpit vacated by Rev. Mc• tStlyre'and will move here with his fatnily in a short time. 'ft't. , •»••» —. ' More than 100,000 ^pounds of Austrian winter peas were planted in . Ferry county, Ala., ths ifall. Memphis Plan Stadium to Draw 'Big Football' MEMPHIS, Term.—(^P)—A movement to erect a sports stadium "here has been started by civic leaders, who believe that with proper accommodations, they could attract several large college football games to Memphis. The city has nine high school and two large college elevens in addition to an undefeated professional football team. ' , , s . '• '. French SaHhion Fishing * Popular With Americans BRIQUDE, France.—(#")—Silversid- ed salmon in the glacial waters of the Allier here are proving a greater attraction for many Americans than visits to the Louvre museum. Fishermen hail this town as a dry fly caster's paradise and claim the 16 and 18-pound fish taken are the equal of any-in Canada, Norway of Scotland. , Maybe it was his association with royalty that gave Charlie Chaplin the idea of writing—and acting in—a play about Napoleon Bonaparte, Anyhow, here's the famed film comedian as he appeared (left) at dinner recently with the Prince of Wales at Grosvertor House, Park Lane, England. It has been reported that Chaplin will star in a serious stage drama, of his own author- One-Armed Youth Wins Second Poster Award NEW, YORK—(^-A 19-year-oW one-armed boy, Joe King of Winston- Salem, N. C., has won his second award for a poster design. For his painting, depicting an avi- itrix and a girl at a spinning wheel ie has been given the $50 prize offered by .the National Federation of Busness and Professional Women's Clubs. :t Will be used all oVer the country national • business women's week March 6 to 12 V King won the medal in the poster contest in connection. with the. expedition Of Rear Admiral'Byrd to the south pole. '•••''."-'.;. Former Lafayette Sheriff Injured iitf Gar Wreck Joe Barham 'of Lewisville, former heriff of LaFayeite county, .Who was njured hvan automobile.'acident Frilay was brought.to the Josephine hospital-' in this city Sunday afternoon, where an X-ray examination disclosed that he was suffering from a broken hip. ' .He was accompanied to Hope by Drs. Barham and Armstrong of Lewisville, the former a brother of the injured man. ' gnolia Society (i Will Present Play Little Theater Croup Is to Give Presentation , December 16 ^MAGNOLtA-The Little Theater of Magnolia A. & M, College will present Owe*. Workshop plays Wednesday, De- Mmber 16, In the college armory. These plays are under directorship of tiui J ^* }1 stev ens. sponsor of the Little Theater and director of the expression department pf the college. Dan Matthews, Magriolip, was recently accepted by the Little Theater u J a .vacancy. Try-outs will be hold to determine who shall fill the Vacancies,left by the graduation of Clara Keith, Lois Elmore and Joe Fred Luck at the end of the semester. These members have served the Little Thatr for th past three years. •i Beef Cattle Bought A carload of beef cattle has recently .been purchased by J. E. Bussey, steward at Magnolia A. & M. College. The cattle were bought for the college dining hall. It has always been the policy of the college to feed the students at a minimum cost, and by purchasing beef cattle, fattening and butchering them a considerable saving is being made. The cattle were purchased from Add Turner of Hope. Malvern Newspaper , Plant Is Destroyed MALVERN—Fire of unknown origin destroyed the plant of the Malvern Meteor about 3 a. m. Monday. The Meteor, which is the oldest newspaper in Malvern, is In'its fifty-first year. It is oWrted and operated by. James T. Alderson. It had one of the state's best equipped weekly newspaper plants. Insurance was carried on the building and fixtures. The Malr vern Fire Department kept the fire from spreading to the Phillips, and Nunn buildings. No estimate of .the loss has been made. ' . More t than 36,006 persons 'Visited 1 - a chrysanthemum show at Missouri Botanical. Gardens, St. Louis', in'a week. Junior Class Elects ' The junior class has elected the following officers for next semester: tola .Hunt, Magnolia, president; Wal- doty McCollum, Magnolia, vice pr!es- idejSt; LuTane Morring, Magnolia, secretary; Curtis Wright, Murfreesboro, business manager; Mary Jane Carter, Pine Bluff, reporter, and Miss Elfred 'Davis, sponsor. Birthday Celebrated -.The Home. Economic Club .celebrated/the birthday of Ellen H. Richard, founder of the home economic organizations, with a formal dinner Wedrasday night. A home economics program was given in connection with the dinner. Holidays Start December 18 Students of Magnolia A. & M. College will leave Friday, December 18, to spend the Christmas 'holidays \Mth relatives and friends. Class room ac- Black B«an Turn Out to Be White Elephants OALESl&tffttJ, HL-(/P)-The two big black bears that have been in the local parky 'ioo f6f 18 years have turne dout (6 be White elephants.' City aldermen checked up on them and found they were not only vicious, but were eating entirely too much. Their board bill has been around $35 a month, so the aldermen voted to sell them to a butcher. ' Co-eds Allowed Cig ' Privilege at Evanston EVANSJON, 111.— (fp)— It looks how as though Northwestern co-eds Mil be able to puff cigarettes, if they wish, In some 6f the; sorority houses, Without fear of reprimand. . " ; The Women's Quadrangle Association, government body of the houses, lifted the 'ban. While not directly acceding to a petition in which the coeds asked for abolition of the anti- cigarette rule, the association decided each sorority house might make its own rules. tivities will be resumed December 30. Name 1 Basketball Captains The intra-Mural Athletic Board of Magnolia A. Si M. College has selected the following captains for the intra-mural basketball teams: Russell Chritian. Gillham, Clell McClure, Nashville! Jack Clemens, Mt. Holly; J. D. Lewis, Ashdown; Harvey Oliver, Stamps; Orval fChilds. Wickes; Leonard Bradford, Bearden, 'and Dan Matthews, Magnolia. The board is composed of John Hamm, Sparkman; Ralph Sewdll. Mt. Holl.v; Cletlous Steed, Murfrecsboro, and Theo Middlebrooks, Patmos. Plan Christmas Pageant Members'of the Presbyterian Christian Endeavor will sponsor a Christmas pageant which is to bo presented Sunday, December 13. Students who lave an active part in the pageant are: 'mogene Silliman, Marie Harden, Lclia Walker, Maude Nunnally, Lounell Young, Mildred Harper, Haxel Davis, Marie Payne, Mary McCall, Myrtle Wsom, Doyle Bledsoe, Curtis'Stev- ens, Lewis Roberts and George Chris- ic. Wheat shipments from New Orleans during October were nearly double he shipments of the same month last year. Jerrv Dalnmple Goes to Hospital Tulatie Star Has Contused Kidney, Resulting From Play Saturday NEW ORLEANS -(/P)- Physicians had Jerry Dalrymple, Tulane captain and alt-American end, under observation Monday on a hospital cot to await developments of a contused kidney, suffered in Saturday's football game with Washington State. He was stricken suddenly Sunday while drhjjng his automobile in McComb. Miss., with Miss Dorothy Benedict of New Orleans. He was sent back to New Orleans on a train and was taken to a hospital. The attending physicians said time only would tell the seriousness of the player's condition, but that similar cases have been known to clear up without ill effects. ! Jerry laughed and joked,about his case at the hospital and said He would be in the Rose bowl New Year's, playing right end against Southern California in as good condition as over. "Sure, I'll play," he grinned, "This will clear up in about a week and I'll be good as ever.' Dalrymple said he received the Injury, in the second kick-off of the Tulane-Washington State game, when he attempted to block out big "Turk 1 Edwards, . Washington Stale's star and last; year's all-American tackle. "That's a hard man to meet, when you and he are both going full speed." said Dalrymple. "But I did not think anything of it. H didn't bother me any until Sunday afternoon when my back began to hurt me pretty badly.' "Th,e only way to determine the seriousness of nn injury of that sort is to watch developments," said one of the : physlcians; The absence of Dalrymple in the line-up in .the Rose bowl .game would be a Serious loss to Tulane, which counts on his brilliant end play and his rallying power over his team mates. If the 1931 crop, of improved pecans :ould be divided'among the, nation's population each person would' receve about one-half pound. Qu«il* Thick in homa From ycafs Ufa, t|U»H hroughout OWi*. OKLAHOMA exterminated a f are now plentifu homa, , A recent survey by the state department showed Its restocking pro* gram hod increased the number 6t birds from five to SOO pfti> cent in Vafr* ions counties. Restocking, with birds from Mexico, began in 1925. __, - ^a»»«» i ,, Two Pine Bluff Banks to Pay Off Depositor* PINE BLUFF-(/P)-DepsoItoif« ftf of the closed National Bank of Afkirt- sas Wednesday began receiving tlcnd checks aggregating $126,561) the liquidating agent of the do Merchant and Planters Bank will a 10 per ceht dividend to depositors of January 1, ' Payment of this dividend for 10 per cent to the National Bank of Arkansas depositors will bring to 35 per cftnt the percentage of deposits distributed since 3. M. Rlley took charge of the bank. The last payment of $335,000 represented 25 per cent of the bank's deposits. : John E. Williams, liquidating agent, of the Merchants and Planters Bank, announced the second 10 per cent dividend to depositors. Previously, he distributed $163,000. Lipstick Plays Part in Texas Attack Case SANTA FE, N. M.—(/P)—Mary Gort- zales, 11 years old, Saturday laid the foundation for introduction of the state's evidence that particles of identical lipstick were found beneath the finger rails of Angelina Jaramlllo, 18, crimjnally attacked and slain, and Thomas Johnson, negro ex-convict, accused of the crime. Mary testified she went with gelina to a Santa Fe store the before the crime, and Angelina boug some powder and lipstick. She identified the lipstick, which she said Angelina later placed In a dresser in her mother's room where Mary later obtained it and turned It over to Dcctcctive H. C. Martin. And one bridge or the other will come tumbling down. So either expert is likely to discover his bridge Is removable. "HOW GOOD ARE THEY?" SMOKERS WANT TO KNOW S MOKERS, nowadays, aren't taking things for granted. They're shopping around ... ask* ing questions. Old man habit has been discarded .. . forgotten. "How good is it?" ... that's what they want to know about any cigarette they smoke. M TTOW good is it?" Brother, you put your .,JT1 finger right on it! f v You Svint a cigarette that's milder. You want a cigarette that tastes better. You want a pure cigarette. And above all, you want cigarettes that satisfy, Now when you say that, you're talking Chesterfield's language— none other! .1 • » • ._-' I T STARTS^ with fine tobacco. /Chesterfield buyers are* experts in the art .of?judging quality leafi They can spot thfe finest tobacco in any country.,, and they won't take anything else, Vou'll find the same painstaking care... the same skillful handling . . . in t|ie curing, the blending, and the cross-blending. ^ Blended and cross-blended ...'. that's Chesterfield! And what a difference it makes in the way it smokes and tastes! * • • F ROM field to package, Chesterfields are protected by the strictest purity standards; the most modern sanitary manufacturing methods. They're rolled in the finest, whitest paper... that burns without taste or odor. Wrapped in a Clean, attractive package... neat, fresh -looking 5 moisture-tight,., but easy to open. And delivered as fast as they're made... from 3 big factories... to every cigarette counter in the land> • • . T HAT'S the story of why Chesterfields satisfy. That's the reason they're milder.., that's wty tbfjf ta«& Ntter, tight up,,, and ' own questionf LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co aflouf Jf

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