Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 25, 1932 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 25, 1932
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rate v(& wdu$6 „—~ -.- tiwttlholft ulbre or _ these ««* that the** **% often V*Hh scab and worse ; to vttftety, j "sWsd potatoes AS h« tttttfith of a tag as foHtfws: "Potatoes are certified by the bi rkA-frritated, visually stafr and all other infec- true to aattie." It . that these potatoes are by the 'shipper, and not , official and thai no stronger ~"~t than that they are "vis. oin disease. of this latter kind may fjto the mislabeled table •""'• 3t may be smooth _ „., ft inay*be seriously 1 those Virus diseases which ^'be detected by an inspection J «ret> in the field, prior fc. ! , which diseases under Conditions ate the worst of ; and will show up in de- at harvest s : certified potatoes have 'at least twice in the in the bin. Certified required to be true Y i It is the disease-free feature i them apart froth other seed -.makes them worth the extra , Should not accept the un- r statement of the realer, but for the tag on each sack. ' ; should bear the name of the : organization, which is gen- ' state department of agricul- college of agriculture, or branch of the state gov- If the tag bears the name -grower or shipper only, the cer- is not official. 'jkre no certified Irish potatoes Arkansas. Practcally all of 'i.from nothern states. .. L Miller, chief 1 inspector, State -Bdard. 5,tidy of the Long Bow wife ever overdraw her ^"account?* , but I think she overdraws her , of her bank account to im- iAthe neighbors."—Boston Tran- ss Ghost in the Moated Grange _ oods Novelists Eat" is the ! magazine article. But think of the strange things they readers to swallow.— Boston Pearce Brothers On Convict Farm Charles Pleads Guilty to Murder; Don Waives Right to Appeal LITTLE ROCK—Don and-Charles L. Pearce Wednesday were sentenced to serve Ife sentences in the penitentiary for the murder of James K. Chappie, cashier of the Arkansas Gazette during the pay roll holdup January 9. Charles, who was employed by the Gazette as a linotype operator for 12 years, Wednesday appeared in First Division Circuit Court and pleaded guilty to having participated in the holdup which resulted n Mr. Chappie's death. Judge McGehee ordered a jury em- paneled to hear the brief statement of facts about the crime and explained that by agreement a verdict of life imprisonment should be returned. Don Pearce then appeared before Judge McGehee and' expressed willingness to waive the statutory time for filing a motion for a new trial. He also was sentenced to life imprisonment the punishment fixed last Saturday by the jury which heard the testimony against him. Neither brother was willing to make a statement. Before the legal procedure • was started in the courtroom, they were taken before Judge McGehee in chambers and the action outlined. Charles Pearce said that pe wanted to enter his plea of guilty with the understanding that he would be given lite, and Don Pearce said he did not desire to appeal from his conviction. After this agreement, Prosecuting At, tcrney Carl E. Bailey allowed the plea ci guilty instead of asking a trial for 4*1 Maybe Victor Meyers, jazz orchestra leader, has renounced burlesque lac* tics in his mayoralty campaign in Seattle and turned ascetic. And then again, maybe he hasnt. For "Mahatma" Meyers, accompanied by a goat, a sheet and a dictionary, was the life of the party at a Shrine luncheon the other day. And he still Upheld'his campaign slogan: "A jazz mayor for a jazz age." Charles. . : Within 15 minutes after the brothers appeared in the courtroom, they had been sentenced and werfe on their way to the penitentiary walls. At 4 p. m. they had been put through the routine of haircuts, photography and fingerprints, and at 5 p. m. were on teir way to the state farm at Tucker and will fall in for cotting picking Thursday morning. Geo. F. Jackson to Address Kiwanis District Lieutenant to Be Hope Guest Thursday Night at Capital Hotel Dr. Georgia-F. Jackson, district lieutenant of Kiwanis, is the guest of honor when this civic - club meets Thursday night for a Georgd Washington Centennial party, at the New Capital Hotel. The dinner is to take the place of the regular Friday night meting this week. • Dr. Jackson arrived from Little Rock Thursday afternoon. Several members of the Hot Springs club are expected for the dinner, which will be,heldat7 o'clock. "V. O- T ' '' •^Mfl**. - * '*- Killing Follows Famliy Quarrel Charles Hamilton of Near Pocahontas Slain by Father-in-LaVr POCAHONTAS— Charley Hamilton, aged 35, farmer who lived eight miles south of Pocahontas, was shot fatally Wednesday night by his father-in-laW, Fred Coffman, 60. Hamilton died two hours later. Family affairs are said to have led to the killing. Hamilton had refused to permit his youngest son to attend a party at a neighbor's. Hamilton's wife urged her father to intercede for the boy, and this resulted in th« shooting. '•£? Officers C. H. Brooks, Bill Russell, John Shivley and Paul Million wet? called to the scene and placed Coffman under arrest. He was placed in jail. A preliminary hearing will be held Thursday before Justice J. ( y. Simpson. :.*<• 1 I > CONECTIONS PHONE NUMBER 768 The Want-Ad column of the Hope Star is the "central exchange" wherein the seller is given a direct connection with practically all possible buyers throughout Southwest Arkansas—where employer "gets a line" on needed employees—where owners learn of suitable tenants ,. . this "central exchange" is operated by a courteous, efficient Want-Ad Taker trained to offer every assistance in the preparation of resultful classified advertisements. Star WANT-ADS "*"mH^ "ft 1 ..», I Alfnost here . . , LESS WORK—MORE FUN H §11 don't miss it! Star FJIEE COOKING SCHOOL Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday March 16 March 17 March 18 2 to 4 P. M. SAENGER ONE of th6 r^a-letter events of the year for wornen is almost here, A cooking school it is/to Be sur-e^ut what a cooking school! This year's cooking is done in a kitchen: niucK different from that of grandmother's day. There 'are hours and hours less time needed in cooking—there's less work and more fun. Today's kitchen is a real "Happy Kitchen,"—or ought to be. If your three-meals-a-day v; seem just a succession of toast and eggs and potatoes and roast beef and pie, our > s c<joljing school is made to order for you! And if you've already found the secret * to pleasure and fascination in mixing dainty new dishes and dressing up the old stand-bys in colorful new fashions—you'll love the cooking school just as much. There; will be romance—mapping of uncharted seas of the kitchen—at the cooking school. Each session will glow with new ideas, appetite thrillers, the simple secrets that make cooking happier and easier. We invite you to ihear dozens of practical suggestions that make kitchen hours more fun and more joy—to see demonstrated.^!^ your very eyes those inspired touches that raise the meal and its preparation to the realm of a happy adventure. Remember—ewerything shown in our cooking school has been tried and tested by a whole staff of "Happy Kitchen" experts. Months of planning have gone before. There are four afternoons of enjoyment in store for you , , . come as pur " v « guest! * i The Cookinu School will h<> under the personal supervision of Mrs. Kate B. Stafford noted "Happy Kitchen" expert

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