Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 21, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 21, 1937
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&CK V SfAR, flOftS,'ARKANSAS s Coming to I Front in Football fPVeseftt Squad, Coached '< bj? W< 0. Epperson, Best : in History of School Ark. - Blevins High ' School is rapidly coming to the front among the smaller high schools of .Arkansas in the way of developing footUa'l teams. • - the BlcvJns team, Um Season, urt- ''tier the coaching of Coach \V. O. Ep» person, fbfmer Arkansas Tech full- Back, has already won three of its five games, being defeated .only by Bauxite in the opening game of the season, and holding a scoreless tie with Gurdori High Schoo>, That game wns played tit Bauxite before the Blevins school opened Its fall tetw. Only tottr of tho 13 Blevin* lettermen played in the amne. Since then the Hornets have grown monger as the season progressed. The record of the team so far: Blevins 0, Bauxite 24. Blevins 6, Amity 0. Blevins 8, Glemvood 0. Blevins 6, Magnolia 0. Blevins 0, Gurdon 0. The school has recently purchased new red and grey uniforms and is The Smartest Fall Stetsons| Turn to METAL Shades These new metal-shade felts that you've • J been hearing about reach their style-peak in Stetson's satiny "gunmetal, blue steel, and copper." Whether you go in for snap brims, bound or welt edges—or all—don't fail to see yourself in a metal shade Stet- ' son. §5.00, $6.00 and $7.50. Also a complete line of staple shapes. Haynes Bros. "There Is No Profitable Substitute for Quality" One College Game in State Friday University of Arkansas Meets S. M. U. at Fort Smith Saturday LITTLE ROCK— (JP)~ An Arkansas State College team, seriously handicapped by injuries, will oppose the Mendrix College Warriors, conquerors of Southwestern University of Memphis. In the state's only college grid game this week, With four linesmen and a fullback unable to play, Coach Leslie Speck made plans to thrtw freshmen reserves against Coach Ivan Grove's eleven Friday night at Conway. The Warriors emerged unscathed from the game in which they upset Southwestern, 21-7. Arkansas Tech will go (o Oklahoma City prepared for battle when it meets Oklahoma City UnK«ersity Friday. Coach John Tucker's • Wonder Boys will be prepping for the college conference's deciding game with State Teachers on October 29. Both Henderson State Teachers and Arkansas State Teachers are idle this week, Henderson's Reddies showed improvement in a 38-1 win over Monticello A. and M. last week, and now loom as a threat to Hendrix and A. S. T. C. in the state title race. Thursday.. October 21, 19.37. *+•• *»""**^**'*"''^ > ''**^**^*!T^r.;'***"*. "— "-"i*""— "' | fr . • n'. li*—!!r—B well equipped. This Friday afternoon, Coach Epperson will send his second-string squad against the Hope High School second-stringers at Blevins. The game will start at 2:30 p. m. On October 29, Coach Epperson will send his first team against Chidester in a game to be played at Blevins. The following week, the Hornets take on a "double-header," playing Princeton High School on Wednesday. November 3 at Blevins, and then journeying to Prescott on Friday night. November 5, for a game with the Prescott Curley Wolves. The balance of the schedule calls for games with Arkadelphia at Blevins, November 13. The Hornets then make a road trip, playing Ashdown at Ashdown on November 19. Thanksgiving day date is open. Coach Epperson is anxious to schedule ane of the "larger" .schools of the state.' Epperson has a team averaging approximately 163 pounds. The line scales 163 and the backfield, 160 pounds. The Blevins team has a triple-threat back in Coy Nelson. Leo Smith, fullback, is a capable ball toter and one of the best blocking backs Coach Epperson has seen in action this season. Guy Books holds down the quarterback po r sition and is one of the fastest men on the team. C. F. Goodlett is, the other backfield man, and is a good all-round player. In the line are two standouts in Olin Mouser, 110-pound guard and also one of the fastest men on the squad. The biggest man on the team is Elton Cummings, 180-pound tackle and captain of the team. Ann Page HELLO WHEAT lOc 18c SMALL Package LARGE Package A&P BREAD SOFT TWIST SALT RISING 16 oz. Loaf 16oz. Loaf 8c lOc EXCELL CRACKERS 2 Pound -fTF. Box I/C 15c A&P PIE CHERRIES No. 2 Can Good Quality KETCHUP 14 oz, 4A_ Bottle IUC Medium Size PRUNES Lb. 5c Good Quality MATCHES 6 "ST 20c White House MILK 3 cE 20e MRS. TUCKER SHORTENING 4 Pound >|JC A 1 O Pound Qr A Carton 90C 10 Carton BOC PEERLESS FLOUR 24 Lb. Sack 70c |48Lb (Sack $1-35 1 EIGHT O'CLOCK Package 19C|3 COFFEE Pound CC- 990 PRODUCE DEPATMENT FANCY CELERY Stalk lOc TEXAS ORANGES Dozen 25c California LETTUCE 2 Heads 30 California CAULIFLOWER—Head 20c Jonathan APPLES Dozen 12c RED POTATOES 10 u. 19c Good Quality TOMATOES 4 Cans 2 25C NUTLEY OLEO Lb. 15c Red Warrior CREAM MEAL 24 & 49c PINTO BEANS 4 i*. 25c Evaporated PEACHES Lb. 12c IONA PEAS or CORN No. 2 Can 9c VISIT OUR SANITARY MARKET FOR QUALITY MEATS Sunnyfield BACON Sliced Ur. 39c SAUSAGE MIXED Lb. 15c K C. BEEF LOIN STEAK—Lb, 21c SEVEN ROAST—Lb 17c WISCONSIN CHEESE Cream—Pound 24c SHORTENING 2 Bulk AB Pound, 43C PICNIC HAMS Morrells Pride 4 to 6 lb. Ave. ShSankless 24c ____ MINCE MEAT Bulk 19c Star Dust By LEONARD ELLIS Did you know that Nashville High School football team is "doped" to beat Hope by n score of 56 points? You didn't? Well, here it is: Mope defeated Horatio, -18 to 0. Nashville defeated Dierks, 106 to 0. Dierks then turned around and defeated Horatio, 12 to 10, n tenm that Hope defeated by a score of 48 to 0. By process of adding and subtracting, Nashville is favored by 56 points. Now, look at the other side of "dope" and you will find that Hope has the "dope" in Its favor over Nashville by 47 points. Here it is: Camden defeated Smackover, 19 to'O. Hope defeated Smackover. 20 to 0. This gives Hope n one-point advantage over Camden. Camden defeated Nashville, 52 to 6. Add the one point to Ciunden's total of 52 and then subtract G and you will have the "dope" favoring Hope by 47 points. Here's an opportunity for every member of the Bobcat line to get a nfce juicy steak with French fried potatoes. One of these steaks is waiting for every member of the Bobcat line that blocks a punt in the Nashville game. The steaks are at Southern Cafe, operated by "Iky" Pritcharcl and Luther Reynerson. "Iky," however, added that jf a Hope lineman happened to block two punts, the player wouldn't have to eat the second stesv. Up at Blytheville they're talking about getting Ben Epstein of the Arkansas Gazette to "cover" the Hope- Blytheville game at Blytheville November 5. I get this information from a sports column conducted by J. P. Friend in the Blytheville Courier News. All of this, reminds me of another town that wanted some statewide publicity about a year ago. Fans of that town arranged for Epstein to be there. 'But it was a sad mistake for the fans— because the Bobcats "poured" it on, 31 to 6. It happened at Nashville. Remember,? Anyway, Mr. Friend does have a nice word for Vasco Bright, Hope's quarterback: We quote: "Coach Foy Hammons of Hope is praising his backfield star, Vascp Bright. Joe Craig, who scouted the? Hope-Jonesboro game, says Bright is 50 per cent better than Duckworth, the North Little Rock star bail-carrier. "That's a lot percentage! Save up your pennies for that classic November 5 at Blytheville, it'll be worth seeing." * And too, Mr. Friend, we'll be seeing you about November 5 if we can save enough pennies to get there! And now for some pickskin picks! Out of 10 selections last week we had only two to backfire on us. We rode the wrong horse when we picked Forrest City to beat Brinkley— and Fordyce to beat Malvern. Binkley and Malvern turned the tables on us and came through with victories. Here goes: Nashville at Hope. Hope 28, Nashville 0. El Dorado at Pine Bluff. Pine Bluff 19, El Dorado 0. Fordyce at Hot Springs. Hot Springs 20, Fordyce 6. Little Rock at Fort Smith. Little Rock 27, Fort Smith 6. Blytheville at Walnut Ridge. Blytheville 13, Walnut Ridge 6. Benton vs. Catholic High at Little Rock. Catholic High 12, Benton 0. North Little Rock at Searcy. North Little Rock 20, Searcy 0. Paragould at Forrest City. Forrest City 7, Paragould 6. Newport at Jonesboro. Jonesboro 19, Newport 6. Paris at Russellville, Russellville 26, Paris 12, Camden at Texarkana. Camden 32, Texarkana 0. GOOD-TASTING "MAKIN'S" SMOKES POPULAR HERE! urn Roa- OWNERS ARE DELIGHTED AT HOW RICH PRINtf ALBERT TASTES, YET SMOKES SO MILD fine roll-your-own cigarette! in every 2-oz. tin of Prince Albert FRINGE ALBERT THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE CQTTONLQANS We are now making Government Cotton Loans. Bring us your cotton for quick service. William* & Co, Radiant Heaters $7.45 Room Heaters Harry W, Shiver Plumbings-Electrical m Ripley Attraction at Fair Mountaineer Saw Crash of Airliner Started for Civilization With News—Rescue Party Beats Him SALT LAKE CITY.—</P)—A mountaineer—only eye-Witness to America's worst airplane disaster— told a vlvi<l •itory Wednesday of n transport pilot flying blindly through n mountain bilzzttrcl, then n terrible crash which killed 19 persons. Height Profit!, trnppcr form North- Maurice, the Ossified Mini, Is one (if the frenk nltrnctlons at the Merchants & Farmers Fair. Mmirlce wns born In Lucius county, lown, 14 years rijfn. At the nge of 10 he romnicneed In slowly turn to stone. Doctors nnd specialists arc mystified as to the cause of his condition. He IE undftr the constant care of n nurse and travels about the country In a lai-ffo show truck. He Is said to be one of the few ossified persons llvliiK mid was.at one time featured In one of Rip ley's "Helleve-ft-Or-Not" cx- lillilts. Doclors are invited to visit this exhibit free and make a complete examination of Maurice. Nashville. Forrest City pairs off with T-arngould, Jonesboro plnys Newport, RusfiellviUe meets Paris, nnd Clnrks- ville entertains Rogers. Camden journeys to Texnrkiinu for n Saturday gnmc. eastern Utah's trackless wild<| said he saw the United Alrhrtl passenger "Mninliner" barely towering pines in his bnckynrd,^ day night, watched the craft's vanish in the .storm, then hel plough Into a granite ridge. PYofltl's cnida pine-board cabj near Humpy creek in the Uinla tains, 15 miles south of the Che; Salt Lake City air line. Sunday night Prof ill heard of airplane motors, saw airliner billing a blizzan 'minutes later heard it snow-drifted mountain peak. Heel through the night toward of Humpy canyon, and there \S, bodies of 15 men and four scattered about the battered w of the elaborate transport. Profllt headed for civilization port his find, but by the tii reached tile nearest ranch, n mately 15 miles away, searching had located the wreckage and parties were en route to the sccritf El Dorado Points for Zebra Contest Wildcats to Be in Top Shape for Game at Pine Bluff LITTLE ROCK—(/P)—The El Dorado Wildcats arc pointing for the undefeated and untied Pine Bluff Zebras when they clash in tho feature game on the state high school conference '.ard this week. Coach Skipper Hays of the Cats said the El Dorado first team will be ready for action for the first time in three weeks. Five of the Six regulars, ailing when the team lost last week's 7-0 decision" to" Smackover, are in good :hape. A knee injury will hamper the play of End "Cotton" Sims. Pine Bluff, lightly regarded in the pre-season lineup of favorites, will be reeking its fifth consecutive victory. Tlie Zebras have polished off Clarksville. Fort Smith, Fordycc atid Camden. In the two other conference games, Little Rock's unbeaten Tigers journey to Fort Smith to meet Conch Ben Mayo's hapless Grizzlies, and Hot Springs tangles with Fordyce. The Little Rock-Fort Smith game will open a week-end of football in Fort Smith, serving as a preliminary to the Arkansas-S. M. U. battle Saturday. Outside the championship circuit, the strong Blythevillc Chicks risk their unbeaten record against Walnut Ridge, ii non-conference team which is yet undefeated. The winner is expected to annex the Northeast Arkansas title. Other gams Friday find Benton playing Catholic High here, North I Little Rock going to Sonrcy, and Hope, I unbeaten in the conference, meeting QUAKER OATS says 500-Mile Speedway's 1937 Winner, WILBUR SHAW, famed as a Great American Car Designer! stuff it takes!" • You'll get a friendly lift from this warm, tasty breakfast! It's rich in food energy, rich In flavor, yet costs only '/4 cent ,per serving!. Everyone, young and old, needs a daily supply of the precious Vitamin B, so rich in Quaker Oats, to combat nervousness, constipation and poor appetite! ...Order cither 2'/2 minute __ „. quick-cooking ' ~^ " • or regular 1937—THE PENNEY YEAR Again Penney's Lead the Nation in Work Clothes VALUES Scientifically Sized . , . ig Mac E Sanforized Shrunk! . t ^ytw-.At S. , . . anil scinui fit-till y sizeil nit'un.s a belter lit, added comfort for you, MUlcr! Siijicr liijj Mac's lu^ficilm'ss |)|n-> ilii» nr» fruluru uiu ru'lusivc at I'cn ney's! • Vroftorlionalely Cut fur All Heights', • No Loose Shoulder Straps I • No Tight Crotches! • New 3-iii'l Kilt /'<»<•&<•(.' • Heinforced Inside Crotch! Come in loday—buy the no, improved Super Big Mac ul no added cost! They're built lu last . . . priced for suviuss! ACROSS STREET FROM PQSTQFFICE WHERE HOPE SHOPS ANP SAVES 1937—THE PENNEY YEAR Peak Javiiiqsj Penney's Shoes are made of all leather to resist wear arid weather. It will pay you to try Penney shoes for your family this Fall. Multi-Color OXFORDS Tho most talked of fashion for Fall wear! Glove-soft suede kid In a smart three rotor comlilna- (Ion. Dark lirown \vl(h London =f misl, and Cedar lirown. Covered 9 Cuntinentiil heel.. S3.98 pair Children's Sturdy HIGH TOPS Truly one of our most outstanding buys in regard to value, service and satisfaction! Smooth leather uppers with double soles. Mark less composition outsolcs (hat won't mar floors. S1.19 pair Girls' Flexible OXFORD The flexible shank nnd sclcnHf cally designed heel helps lo «- ercise the foot, keeping it stron|l and healthy! Of brown elks witt leather heel, rubber taps. FlriJ I for walking. Retan Work SHOES You'll gel your money's worth in wear and comfort! Durable plain toe bluchers. White storm welt. Leather slip sole. Black composition outsole. Rubber heed. S2.98 pair S2.29 pair Growing Girls' I KILTIESa, An exceptionally smart oxfordl with more foot comfort than this] low price indicates! Wuar 'heinj with or without the kiltie tort*] guu, it's detachable! Of sturdy! smooth leather. Leather liccls,! LKubhcr taps, S2.29 pair? Sturdy Work SHOES Chocolate retail uppers, outing hal style! Leather slip sole Long wearing composition out- solus. S1.89 pair Ladies AH Leather OXFORDS 4 to 10 S1.98 pair Ladies All Leather DRESS SHOES 4 to 9 S1.98 pair Men's First Quality Rubber Boots 6 to pan 1 Men's 18<in High Ton LEATHER BOOTS w3i0U Pair ACROSS STREET FROM POSTQFFICE WHERE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES .<VBt mi Iste

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