Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 18, 1931 · Page 6
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jpr,X\ H^ip;r iSSSBSBSSSSSSSSSttSSSSSttSSSSS^Sii JG UP SPORTS STAR AND DAILY jus m • >«»* ... JustuMENi ,H3EM fto-Yset " &W KNOCKS -^••^^•^^•••^••••••••••••••••mH By Lwfer -VUWf jJ»S"c x >- ^.-"m- !•% II -> ' i£ * V •v*-i»i *; V A -; ** *... ^ V V» A ftcosr ft&**f\n SS ^0 'Bruening Government . Wins Another Fight , BEl^m._(XP)_Chancellor Heinrich t • Bl fj lenin « s government weathered an-.^"'""..storm Wednesday ; when the |*council of elders refused to convene l the relchstag. - l fhe council turned down by a vote v ett&l (to 256 a joint motion calling for invention which wa^ submitted by g,lhe national socialist, nationalist, com. Mist and peoples' parties. This ac- j-m^-nwant Dr. Bruening will contlnUe ^Unhampered in his'Virtually dictatorial |rufe, ' »" Ado K Hitler's 40-page reply to the | chancellor's recent attack on nazi-ism "»appeared in the forni of an open let- iter in ^which the fascist leader accus- E f d W^ govenuii^nt of pursuing a' pol- • of Illusion. <p * '£' * Tin be perfectly proportion a man f^should weigh 28 pounds for every foot ^'of his height. Bank Customers Asked to Draw Out Their Cash FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — (ff>) — Be- caues of unprofitable operations, directors of the Bank of Winslow at WinslOw, near-here, announced Tuesday the bank would be liquidated and invited depositors to call and get their money. An announcement by J. A. Winn, president, and G. A. Winn, cashier, said: "The bank"h"as been honestly and conservatively managed .and is able to pay its depositors in full. All depositors are asked to call and get their money." /Wiry kangaroos from Australia are not contributing their tendons to American surgery. The muscle sinew Torn these animals is used by doctors o take stitches in human cuts. Rust is estimated to cost the world more than five billion dollars a year. Arkadelphia Schools Start Holiday Friday ARKADELPHIA, Ark.—The three educational institutions hert will close Friday afternoon for the Christ-, mas holidays and resume on January 4, it was announced Wednesday. Arkadelphia high school and Henderson State Teachers College calendars called for these vacations dates, but Ouachita College was scheduled to resume on December 28, however, itu- dents there presented a petition to the faculty which granted seven additions days. , Holes in cheese are caused by the activity of gas-producing bacteria The gas catches in the rubbery cheese »nd makes holes in it just as the gas from yeast makes holes in bread.. Before 1920, out of every eight women married in .England, one was a widow. In 1929, out of 42,316 brides, only 2489 were widows. J>< '~fi I HE reason for cartoons? Because, as the Chinese expressed it in an old proverb, a picture is worth ten thousand words, Often a cartoon can tell more than a lengthy editorial. To picture-an important current event in national or international affairs in such a way^that the reader "gets the idea" immediately/ requires a Special kind of talent. This is what newspaper cartoonists strive for. It is what Leo Thiele does. ^Thiele's cartoons, dealing with economic and political developments, dealing also in terms of "human interest/ 1 provide an informative and entertaining addition to the day's news. -^ Watch for them regylarly in ^ r/^i •as* HM VVlli •««^^MM«MWMMMW«WM«MH«MMHMM*A^Bi^BE Magnolia Exams, to Start January Journalism C o'u r s e Wil fie Added to Work at College MAGNOLIA—Examinations Vll! be gin at Magnolia A. Si M. Colleg Thursday. January 7, to COntinu hrough Saturday, January 7^ to con inue through Saturday, January 9 Juring this time no classes will be icld. Students will spend their time aking the semester tests, or reviewing or them. A new course will be started with No beginning of the second semestsr. Dean Earle G. Graham will organize course In journalism. Schedules for those students who vill return after the Christmas holi- ays have almost been completed, ac- ording to Dean Graham and Earl W. Jrannon, director of the personal department. Any student who expects to return after Christmas must make out his schedule or pay a special fee for failing to do so. W. A. A. Holds Initiation New members of the Women's Ath letic Association are furnishing th students of the college with plenty o fun and merriment during the week As a form of initiation they are wear ing colonial costumes, dragging thei books about in shoe boxes, Ironing cleaning house, writing love letters fo the charter members and doing almos anything that a charter member sue gests. Sing-SflHgGriddcr P.fl £/*** jjsi'- Y. W. C. A. Entertains The Y. W.:C. A. entertained the Gir. Reserves with a Christmas program in the reception room of 'the girls new dormitory Wednesday night. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mary Nelson, dean of the women, R-. J Jirs. T. O. Garringer, Y. W. C. A. sponsor. Aptitude Tests Given . , Co-eds at .the college scored highest in "business," "law" and "minsstry" recently in 'aptitude tests given to 176 college students who voluntarily took the tests.- .-. Ruth Youngblood, college sophomore, Little Rock, led the field in bus- ness. Lucille Galloway, college freshman of Stamps, leads in the minister- al field. Margaret Knot, sophomore, -oleman, Texas, adheres to law, but icr ancestral line shows no lawyers n it. Earl W. Brannon, personnel director, gave tho teats and autrfe hat they were among the best apti- ude tests handled here. Economics Tests Given ••——In a general test on principles of ecohoffllps, the college sophomore j You can't beat this for gridiron uphony—Maroon Afttoon from Nat- iltoches. That's the name and home own of the young man above Layen's Duquesne , University Night iders. Antoon read about Laydcn and the Four Horsemen wljen he was in grade school at New Orleans and decided the nand there that he would try to play football for his boyhood hero. class averaged 79 .per cent, while the high school class averaged 65 per cent. The test was devised by >E. E. Graham; college director in economics, and G. G. Martel, instructor of the high school class. Graham states the college students who had taken high school economics at -A. & M. averaged 82.8 per cent. The students from other schools who tad taken high school economics made an everage of 76.9 per cent, while the students who had not had high school economics made 77 per cent. Phi Thcta Kappa Organized The Phi Theta Kappa of Magnolia A. & M. College was organized Monday. This organization is composed only of members of the college mak- ng four grade points or above which neans a "B" or better must be made, 'here were 34 eligible members present. The following officers were lected: John Harris, president; Har>ld O'Keefe, vice president; Evelyn lunt, secretary; Edyth Tuberville reasurer; Dan Matthews, councilor !. E. Graham, faculty advisor. The president appointed an executive committee composed of Irving McClurk- n, Angrid Sewell, and Bithon Deer; nd a correspondence committee oi Svelyn Hunt, Helen Sanders and Lu- tlle Galloway. The fraternity has ap- lied for membership in the national rganization. '"" Many Live* Imperiled by Philadelphia Storm PHILADELPHIA-^—Many lives were imperiled, telegraph communication interrupted and property damage estimated at several thousand dollars was done by a high wind which struck Philadelphia and surrounding territory Monday night. At times the gale reached a velocity o t 600 miles an hour, the weather bureau reported. Three youths battled for their lives n the Delaware river off Burlington, ". J., after their canoe had capsized 300 yards from shore. Lester Hartzmann, 17, and Albert Hudson, 16. were rescued from the overturned craft after a companion, Harry Tomlinson, 18, had swum to shore and gasped out word of their plight. »»•» Classes in Cooking Conducted at DeQueen DEQUEEN, Ark.—Miss Lucile Wilroy, director of the home service department of the Southwestern Gas and Electric company, spent the past week assisting Miss Mildred Claypool, home economics instructor of the DeQueen High school, in conducting special classes in home equipment' and In special classes in home equipment and in special holiday cookery. Many women of DeQueen availed themselves of their services in preparing and cooking their Christmas fruit cakes. Cotton Belt T*kinf Local from Camden , Ark.-The Si Louis Southwestern railroad wilt'tike off the local trains out of this city and will run the Iocs! trains ffofft Pine B'u" straight through to L*W«vllle. The locals wilt be run on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays 8i&d will reach Camden about noon on these days. , This takes off a train croW otit of Camden. Alexander Pushkin, perhaps the most famous of Russian poets, was of one-eighth negro blood. Hope Girl Honored InDictation Contest Miss Mamie Molt of Hope, who is attending the Chillicothe Business College at Chillicothe, Mo., was awarded a silver medal for placing second in the 60 word dictation contest among the ten state clubs, held Saturday at the business college. The Kansas Club won the contest with 39 points. Centralized Control OTTAWA.—The tJonilnlon CkSV«Alf ment has full control over all aviatlW in Cahada as a result of the «c ruling of the Judicial committee of privy council. This takes the manage mcnt of aviation from the harids 6 provincial authorities and gives "Can, ada a chance to centralize Control 6m eseablish a uniformity of air regula tlons. At the close of the Civil war Amcr-r lea was a continent more than thrci months wide; today, by the bos trains, It is three days wide, ant plans will soon reduce that to a men fraction. For Safety's Sake WASHINGTON.—Many airplane accidents duo to structural failures could be eliminated if pilots would study and acquaint themselves with the limitations of all parts of the craft they fly, the Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Department, informs. "Today the loads imposed upon an airplane in various conditions of flight are known with a much greater degree of accuracy," the bureau reports. "A standard condition, that of steady horizontal flight is selected." Beyond that a pilot should not go. NOTICE! To the owners of cotton stored on our emergency yard: This cotton has been moved inside our plant. You may now take advantage of our exceedingly cheap insurance rate. Union Compress and Warehouse Co. Special Holiday 1 , »*•*• Prices FOR SATURDAY AND NEXT WEEK Gelatin Royal Quick Setting All Flavors, 3 pkgs. 23c Lard Mrs. Tucker's 8 Pound Pail 67c 4 Pound Pail 37c Sag ar Cane—Fine granulated. 20 Pound Sack 98c Orang es Texas Thin Skin—Nice size, Full of Juice Dozen 15c Appl es Fancy Jonothan. Large, dozen 19c Winesaps, med. size, Doz. 15c Potatoes IRISH—10 Lbs 18c SWEET—10 Lbs 13c Grapefruit Texas Marsh, Seedless Dozen 49c Onions Yellow—Medium Size—3 Pounds 13c Butter Pickard's Extra Quality—Lb. 39c Old Fashion Brown Sugar or Confectioner's X^XXX—3 pounds. 23c Mince Meat Blue Ribbon Package We Olives Edward's Queen—14c Stuffed—25c value We Durkee's Sandwich Spread or Mayonaise—Pint Jar 21c HOPE STAR Asparagus Prattlow's Extra Quality. ,Large can—All Green or White Top 39c Cheese Wisconsin Full Cream Pound We Flour for Every Family—Prices Right R, L Patterson^ Free Peliyery GOOD FOOD FOR FEAST DAYS AND ALL OTHER DAYS There is added zest and spice to the Christmas dinner when the hostess knows that there is one place to buy where all things sold are genuinely good . . and as an after-thought that she has bought at a saving. WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIALS WHERE ECONOMY RULfS" Sugar Pure Cane 20 Lbs. 96c Granmother's FRUITCAKE Pound 37c 2 Pounds 77c WHITE HOUSE MILK 19c 3 Tall or 6 Small can O O'CLOCK 0 COFFEE Pound 19c Toilet Paper South Texas Grape Fruit Seedless Each PACIFIC 3 Rolls I0c Extra Fancy Winesap Apples lOc Doz 15c California Oranges Dozen A&P Apple Sauce, No. 2 can 9cK. C. Baking Powder, 25 oz can....l9c Grandmother's Bread and Rolls Hershey's Cocoa, */ 2 Ib. can.... ...13c Blue Label Karo, small can 12c Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 cans. 25c Del Maiz Corn, No. 2 can 15c Libby's Tomato Juice, 3 cans 25c Quaker's Oats, small box lOc Prince Albert Tobacco, Ib. can....98c Del Monte Raisins, package lOc Quaker Maid Beans, 3 med. cans..20c Sunnyfield Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs 15c Queen Anne Mince Meat, pkg lOc Bonday Candy Bars, 3 for lOc Dill or Sour Pickles, 25 oz. jar 19c Oysters, can ;. lOc Blackeyed Peas, 6 Ibs. 25c Ralstons Food, package 21c Whole Wheat Flour, 6 Ibs 20c Whjeateies, package ....l'2c Shredded Wheat, package lOc Marvin Dates, package 15c Fig or Plum Pudding, small 17c Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. 25c lona Beets, No. 2 can 8c A&P Pumpkins, 2 No. 2^ cans....25c Peanut Butter, quart 28c Q.M. Ketchup, 14 oz. bottle 15c Argo Red Salmon, can 27c Tuna Fish— */ z Ib. can 17 C Tomatoes—3 no. 2 cans 23c CALIFORNIA PRUNES 1 • Medium size 2 Pounds ...... National Biscuit CRACKERS 2 Lb - Box 21 c Popular Brands CIGARETTES Carton 2 Bars P. & G. 1 Box Chipso 2 Bars Guest Ivory 1 All Metal Plane t RICH CREAMY DEL MONTE Spinach O No. 2 cans Sparkle Gelatin Desert 6 Delicious Flavors, pkg. Cheese Pound I9c Cured Ham Center Sliced Pound 25C SWIFT'S Cured Ham 6 to 8 Ib. avr. -I -I End Cuts, Ib. 8 ' 100% Pure Pork SAUSAGE Ib IQc Seven Steak Pound 12c Pork Shoulder ROAST Shank End Pound VEAL CHOPS Pound 15C PORKSTEAK Pound 13c Deckar'a Tall Kom Sliced Bacon Lb 17c DRY SALT BACON Lb lOc Pork Shoulder ROAST First Cuts Pound

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