Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1931 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 23, 1931
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, A HOPE STAtt AND DAILY PRESS, HOPE, ARKANSAS v* WE BOOST EKLY HOPE'S USINESS REVIEW BUILD Glass of Columbus . met Tuesday and elected I officers: President, Carl Prudent, Otis Black- oroetary, Lorena Darnall, _J*» fcuth McCorkle, Reporter, tJftobertson, Sponsor, Mrs. Cora tte sophomore class con,. Jiv* menibers Itonwrt as the Dozen." $h«2 plans of,, the- With tKft. spirit of Christ- firs! dutHof 4 th ntfn*^ some one in the community Christmas time. Isoflic Lodge met here Satur- iit and 1 elected the following Tntirman* filaekwtiod, .Won 1 1 ! Master, M. C. Neighbours, sen- -"-&; M. H. pariwtMunior war... &, R. Aubrey, treasurer, C. R. , seeretary, and Clarence Ellen, <«nd Mrs.JR. A. Holding and ' r, Ophelia, will spend the s' holidays with VeTativisi In ft, Texas, -i ' -• •- .' •.;,T. C. Wilson, Mts.-.,J. C.' Hill aiurphy Wllsoii' were 'Visitors to (Sunday guests of Mji.and Mrs. LHatley of Little.Rock, spent, the t! With OPE STAR WANT ADS ^The more jfbu-'tell, The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per lin» , minimum 30c 3 insertions, 7c per. line, 'minimum 50c I insertions, 6c per line, ' minimum $1.00 , tt insertions, 5c per line, •' -• minimum $4.00 I .(Average 5% words to the line) advertisements ac- over the telephone may be 'with the understanding' the bill is payable on presentation of statement, the day of first "ublication. Phone 768 Manger Scene Recreated in Many Berlin Stores BERLIN— (ff)—In display windows of Berlin's stores one of the world's oldest pictures has,been reproduced —the Bethlehem manager.' Ranging from huge department stores to the little "Jjoles irrthe walls" of Berlin's side streets, almost every store has its manager and Christ child. In? the better stores the ^Christmas window proves a mftgnet for the well dressed throngs, jusft as lefe cfxpen- slvieTdisplays in the ;hlnterl4nd..;of A1-, exa'hderplatz attract Hh«J? shawled and, caped poor. '.; v"< "J; ! :'" "'. All classes, despite 'tfe vkfesltudes, of the past year, apparently* have en- "tere^lnto, the spirit of the time, aug- urin'g well for Berlin merchants, whose business is below.normal. week-end with'friend?, here. : , Mrs.l'J. R.iAutrey" wh-bhas be6n a patient at the' Josephine hospital in Hope for some tune returned -Home Sunday. -.."i •} .'.-,' , . •;, Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Wilson, Mrs. R. E. Jackson and Miss ' Mifdred Johnson and Mrs. Jim.WilstJn^Jr., were; visitors to Hope Saturday. . ; i»s. H. H, Darnall "and Miss Frances Darnall were visitors to Hope* Fridays • '•''.' - _ ^ .. Murphy Wilson Of Houston, Texas, is spending the holidays here ,SviUi his mother, Mrs, T. C. Wilson. / Abb ^mith 'of ^Washington, was a visitor'here, fast, week. ; i • -: • C. D. McCrary of Saratoga, was a visitor here last' week:'- ' • ' California Cage Team , Retains High Scorers BERKELEY, Cal— (ff>) —Although Nibs Price's Golden Bear basketball quintet loses two of last year's regulars, the habitual champions of the southern division of the Pacific Coast conference retain the men who tallied 434 of the 632 points scored last season. . The two regulars who were dropped because they had completed their years of varsity competition are Joel Coffield, 1931 captain and allrcoast guard, and Bill Davis, guard and forward. The Bears play Pittsburgh, Decem-' her 28, but open with a practice game with Oregon State, December 26. FOR RENT RENT:—Five room .house near tourist camp. See A. W. Cobb $$ug phone 683J ' 23-3tp. ^ •rt j*5 * FOR SALE SALE — Pure bred jersey two years old, will be fresh January. Price reasonable. See £< .in tFaiiucujr* i *i*,t ±\;«»»jw»*ww4*.t ^ then Eason, 503 South Hervey St. L- i. 21-3t dh r l » f FOB SALE—Good grade country 'sorghum molasses. Three gallons for '{11.00. Apply at Hope Star. U Fabricating the Skeleton of Akron's Sister Ship In the huge clock of- the Goodyear- Here's the beginning of another skyvqueen the size of the- U. S..-S. ^ „_ . Zeppelin company at Akron, Ohio, the first mafn ring'of the new dirigible 2KS-5 has been raised 1 into position and is visible at the left. • In the foreground ^are two other mainjings'now nearing completion. Girders for nearly half the /ship also have been fabricated. Second Suspect Held ., in Louisiana Robbery MONROE, La— (#•)—Homer Cruse 30, second of a trio suspected. in the ?2000 robbery of the Franklin State Bank of Baskin last Thursday, was arrested at Malvern, Ark., Monday, according to Sheriff Allen Price of Franklin parish,. Cruse confessed having taken part in last Thursday's robbery, Sheriff Price said, and implicated D. E. Bishop, 31, of Monroe, who is being held in the Ouachita parish jail here. is WANTED * WANTED—Mrs. A. B. Patten to Isend one dress to J. L. Green Cleaning "Co., to be cleaned and pressed abso- " Cutely Free, December 24. 23-ltc SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES OFFERED—Special Turkey dinner Christmas Day at Hotel • ,Black, Washington, Ark. 21-3tp ' SERVISE OFFERED—If you want 1 'service call 670, Robinson Grocery. 14-9tc. a S SERVICE OFFERED — Your foot specialist Dr. C. B. Bledsoe, expert cjiiroipodist, using modern methods to remove corns, bunions, callouses 4nd ingrowing nails, is back at Pat- NOTICE Notice is hereby given trial per- suant to the authority contained in the decree of the Hempstead Chancery Court, made and rendered on the llth. day of December, 1931. in a certain cause therein pending wherein The Midland Savings & Loan Company is plantiff and H. R. Oastler and Roxie Oastler are defendants, the undersigned will on Monday January 4, 1932, at the front door of the Hempstead County Court House, betweer the hours fixed by law for judicial sales, sell to the highest bidder, upon a credit of three months the following lands lying and being situated in said County, to wit: Lot Numbered Six (6) in Block Numbered Three (3) in Sullivan's Addition to the City of Hope, Arkansas, according to the recorded plat thereof Said sale will be subject to the approval of the Hempstead Chancery Court, and the purchaser will be required to give note or bond, with personal security for the purchase price and a lien will be retained on said land as further security for the payment of said note or bond. The purchaser may waive said time and pay his bid for said land in cash, if he so elects. Given on this the 12th. day of December 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery. PRATT P. BACON, Atty., Texarkana. Arkansas. Dec. 12, 19, 2*6. Cage Team Would Carry "Pepper" as Added Lure OKLAHOMA CITY.—(^P)—"Pepper" Mar'ii:, 19311 world's series' hero, has received an offer to perform with Oklahoma Citys independent backetball team as an added attraction. • He would not take part in games, but would warm up' beforehand and thus help keep himself in shape for the 1932 diamond season. NOTICE -"" GULF GAS -At the busy corner of Third and Hazel—on the new Broadway of America route, you'll find that Good Gulf gas station. Courteous service—full value for your money, Bundy Service Station Third and Hazel Phone 264 Falcon farmer Is Held on SI 000 Bond Manslaughter Is Charged Against Elmore Russell in Preliminary FRESCOTT.—Elmore Russell, who shot and killed Will Knight on December 14th, was given a preliminary hearing here Friday afternoon before Squire W. J. Whte i.and was held oh a charge of manslaughter. He waived examination and was relased under a bond of ?1,000 and will be given another before the grand jury at the January term of circuit court. The killing, occurred at Falcon, December 14 at night in front of Russell's home and a" number of ?hoes were fired. Notice is hereby given that persuan to the authority contained in the decree of the Hempstead Chancery Court, made and rendered on the certain cause therein pending wherein The Midland Savings & Loan Company is plaintiff and T. L. Rhodes, Ruth Grace Rhodes and J. D. Barlow are defendants, the undersigned will on Monday January 4th, 1932, at the front door of the Hempstead County Court House, between the hours fixed by law for judicial sales, sell to the highest bidder, upon a credit of three months the following lands lying and being situated in said County, to wit: Lots Numbered Seven (7) in Block Lettered "B" in Carrigan's Addition to the town of Hope, according to the recorded plat thereof; also Lots Numbered Five (5) and Six (6) in Block Numbered Two (2) in Ruffin's Addition to the City of Hope, according to the recorded plat thereof. Said sale will be subject to the ap- Vancouver Island Ready for Winter Golf Tourney VICTORIA, B. C.—(/P)—While mos of the persons of Canada and Unitec States are digging in for cold weather this little city out on Vancouver Island is preparing for its big fourth annual Empress mid-winter golf tournament. Since the meet was started in 1929 a large number of golfers from eastern Canada and the Pacific northwest have journeyed to Vitoria to compete in the handicap affair. The dates for the met this year-are February 22 to 2 . Vancouver Island has exceptionally balmy weather in the winter because it. lies in'the path of the warm ese current. Man Slain as Killer of Paris Officer Nnnamed PARIS—(/p)—The body of a man killed at Booneville Monday by two citizens deputized to search for the slayer of Constable Mont Creekmore, of Paris, remained unidentified here Tuesday. He has been identified positively as the man who shot Creekmore when the latter attempted to question him about a robbery. He was shot by Bob Daughcrty and George Taylor after he attempted to draw a gun when they sought to arrest him. Three persons identified the body as that of Ira Oglesby of Waveland, but Arthur and Will Oglesby, after. viewing the body denied it was that of their brother. Judge J. O. Kin-' cannon said the body would be held Several weeks if necessary L for possible Identification. Three men with him when he killed Crcokmore said he told them his name was Wilson. He was a stranger to them. Trojati Grid Team Picks Beit of Backfietd Poet LOS ANQELES.-UP)-Members of the great Southern California football team have voted Hufford of Washington as the fastest back they met during the regular 1931 season) Schwartz, Notre Dame's! All-America, Was v%te<t th ehardcst backfleld man to stop, white thfTrojans found 4he best defensive man In the position 1 "to bo;- MM of OfregQW; Gill of California was namc-d the hardest plunging bjack. ! A -'f\ .; ; ' •'} « Vdi»A ' •} 1.. f coMMissfONEirs $ALE:I '; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN."That In pursuance of the authority and directions contained. In the depretal order of the' Chancery Court of H$mp- stead County, made and entered on the llth day of December,. A. D.',193|i In a certain cause (No ) 2454) then pending , therein , between National Savings Si Loan. Association complainant/and Frank'O. Deiithe'rage, et al., defendants, thip tmd«rslgned, as Commissioner of said Court,' will offer for sale ,at public Vendue to the highest bidder, at the front Hoor or entrance ofcthe Court House, Washington, Arkansas, irrtheiCoUnty of Hempstead, within ,the houri' prescribed by law fdr judicial sales, "on Monday, the 4th day of Janulto, A. D..1932, the followthg-deseed ; real estate, Situated in Hempitead. County, Arkansas,, to-wit: , '•.. .- .. •• Lots Nine-WiinjTTen (10), Block One (1) RuffinV Addition to Hope, Hempstead County,''Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On .a credit of three months, the-purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by Jaw and order.f»nd decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of 10% per cent per annum from date of Sale Until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under'my'hand this 14th day of December, A^D.~1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery. Dec. 14, 21, 28. Washington Misses AgaiHa arid Octavia Bullard, wh oare attending school at Magnolia A. and M. college are at home for the holidays. : jMr. and M*. Alyin Roberson of Hope were vlWtors of Mr. and- Mrs. Bob Levins Wednesday. • Aubrey O'StAcn spent last Week visiting in DeAnrt. v Miss, Mary Cjllive of ^Magnolia A. & M. college, Is at hoifie during this week. .; j;.i . -v • Bro.iW. R. Chandler'if Hope, preach cd a tthe Bapiilt ch^iifch last Sunday inornlrig. v ^ •« f Max Robinson of the Ozark College will be at home during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. S. E. McPhearson of Hope was visiting her mother, Mrs. Paul Bailey Saturday. Squire Robins of Ozan, was In town on Business Saturday. Elbert O'Stcen and;sisters, Rubye and Bessie, were shopping in Hope Saturday. • v The county, surveyor, Mr. Gibson, was doing some work for Dr; A. C. Kolb Monday. Dr. T. J. Robinson was at home during the week-end. ' ; Miss Ethel Turner spent the. >weekend in Okay. ' ' '' Bro. J. L. Leonard preached his first sermon at the. M. E. church .Sunday morning with the 1 hew Presiding Elder Bro, Hud ley preaching Sunday Ft. Smith Church Safe ! h Looted by BurglaMJ FORT SMiTH-(/P)-Upon his ««• turn Tuesday from Little Rock, Dfr Dana Dawson, pnstor of the*Flf|t Methodist church, reported the S*W. In the qhurch- had been rifled and" about >*550 takfen. The theft Is believed to have bccurred Sunday night Entr'nnto wis gSined .through a bnscmcnt window. ' : '•• j n _;!: _ ' 1 ' evenip'g. '• :""'.'>' ; i ? Glp %rfinv#rid Mrs. Wallace i were lift. Blevihi Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Pilklnton, Dart*' Elizabeth, motored to Texarkana' Monday. Hhls mother is expecting to return wiht them. Miss iMary. .Leonard Is home for the : lolidays from Henderson State Teach-: ers College. '' proval of the Hempstead Chancery Court, and the purchaser will be required to give note or bond, with personal security for the purchase price and a lien will be retained on said land as further security for the payment of said note or bond. The Wrestling Fans Fickle in Rival Texas Cities FORT WORTH, Tex. — (#>)—A year ago wrestling matches in Fort Worth drew about 50 customers nightly, while cards in Dallas, 32 miles away, were drawing 4,000 to 5,000. This winter Fort Worth bouts attract 5,000 to 6,000, while matche in Dallas are playing to small houses. Bierman Is Third Coach for Gopher Grid Leader MINNEAPOLIS—(^-Captain elect Walter Hass of the University of Minnesota football team will have played under three head coaches at the same purchaser may waive said time and ' sc hool when he concludes his varsity pay his bid for said land in cash, if ' he so electes. Given on this the 12th. day of December 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery. PRATT P. BACON, Atty., Texarkana. Arkansas. Dec. 12, 19, 26. ! V "VALUE RECEIVED!" Of the many commodities purchased for the average home during tfie year's run, we believe NATURAL GAS offers the greatest value |or money expended. |ts CLEANLINESS in the home and community- Its EASY AND EXACT CONTROL— Its INSTANT AND MAXIMUM HEAT, when and where wanted— Keeping a CONSTANT, EVEN. HEALTHFUL room temperature- all of these qualities have a real tangible MONEY VALUE, but the actual cost of using NATURAL GAS in our community is so low, that no one need deny himself its benefits. If used sensibly—for need&r-not wasted—every NATURAL GAS bill can be truthfuUy endorsed—-"Value Received!" Arkansas Natural 6as Corp, A Cities Service Unit When You Buy Roofing Buy RELIABILITY Roofing quality is a difficult thing to judge. Particularly if you have not had experience in the lasting qualities of roofing. Bird Roofing has been on the market since George Washington was president. And cur reputation is back of the materials you buy here. HOPE RETAIL LUMBER YARD J. M. Harbin, Mgr. Phone 178 career next fall. When Hass was a freshman Dr. Clarence Spears, now at Oregon was the head man. Then Hass played two sea- sen. 0 under Fritz Crisler. Hass will be team leader under Bernie Bierman, who will relieve Atheltic Director Crisler of the grid coaching job. Beautiful Drench 'Oil Permanents 2 for $5.00 Beginning December 10th for 10 days only MARINELLO Beauty Shop Phone 151 Phone 314 HOPE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. E. G. Coop, Mgr. WE EXCHANGE Meal or Flour for shelled milling corn. We'll grind your corn into meal. SOUTHERN GRAIN & Produce Co. Phone 248 We'll Get Your Car Ready For CHRISTMAS Drive in to this complete one-stop service station, for a change of oil, jrcase, wash or polish. Prices LOW. Let Us Repair Your Radiator LUCK'S SERVICE STATION It's Be filingry At'the ' * CHECKERED Plate Lunch 35c For Every Type of Motor That Good Gulf Gasoline For More Power Gulf No-Nox—Ethyl Stops Knocks Gulf Supreme Motor Oil For a Smooth Running Motor Gulf Refining Company M. S. Bates, Agent Phone 24 or 934 More Bread For Your Money Blue Ribbon Bread, and other City Bakery products, give you more ounces of better quality bread for the same money. Ask for the home bread at your grocers, and you'll save money! CITY BAKERY Bakers of Blue Ribbon Bread WANTED More su»p corn—many are coming In—shows you read the paper and the adds—will tell you somehting In this space next week that will surprise you—watch it. Phine 230 HOPI BRICK WORKS Christmas Photos By Day or Night. Cloudy weather or sunny days. We are equipped to take your Christmas portraits at any time. The Shipley Studio Phone 359 for Appointment GAS STOVE REPAIRING We rebuild and repair all makes of gas stoves. Let' us cover your kitchep cabinet ,' with NICKEL ZINC Reasonable Trices Radiator Repairing HALLIBURTON Sheet Metal Works Phone 611 Give Electrical Gifts Onward and upward has been the march of electrical progress since that not-distant day when mother first gloried in her first electrical essential, the Electric Iron. Doubly wonderful it was that this necessity Could be connected to the same wire that provided the most economical light ever known! ; • Today dozens off all-doing appliances arc at the command of every housewife. Electric Radio makes the finest of world-wide entertain, ment available to every home. Every worker has a dozen electrical helpers to add to his productivity. And back of it all, every minute of every hour, day and night'th'is organization with its service-maintaining, rcpresentatvcs s "on the job" to make yuor job Ighter! Hope Water & Light Plant Dedicated to Service at a Low Cost Manufacturers of • Cotton Seed Products and Quality Fertilizers QUAPAW FERTILIZERS TEMPLE Cotton Oil Co, B. L. Kaufman, Manager U. & Government Bonded Cotton Warehouse Standard and High Density Compress Automatic Sprinkler System Cheapest Insurance Rate in Arkansas Union Compress and Warehouse Company H. 0. Kyler, Manager Phone 179

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