Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 28, 1937 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 28, 1937
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gQPB r * ..\>*:-' s . *j. Thursday, Tokfo Sites Faye Stewart is suffering with fill attack of appendicitis. -'Mrs. Fannie Stewart is right sick « this writing. Mr. awtl Mrs. Lee Furnatter and chiU <fitti visited Mr. and Mrs, Dildy Port- erftel din the Mt. Pleasant community Sunday. Mf. and Mrs. Claud Stewart and baby of Highland visited Mr. and Mrs. Wt T. Cooley Sunday. Mrs. Faye Fagan of Murfreesboro and Howard Cooley o£ this place were married Sunday morning at the home oi Rev. A. N. Youngblood. Mr. Youngblood rerfornung the ceremony. A. C» Holt was a business visitor fo Nashville Saturday. Qitn Daniel of the Alton CCC camp spent the week-end at home with his mother. . Mr. and Mrs. Elden Covley of Hot Springs visited home folks here Sunday. Lyman Eley of Belton was a business visitor here one day last week. - , Truman Warren of Wymiiewood, Okla., is here visiting relatives. • Eli Woods of the CCC camp near Mena is- here visiting home folks. e COTTON LOANS QUICK SEBVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas FOR SALE Beautiful building lots with all conveniences, $50 and up. Also homes on easy payments. See A. C. ERWIN Phone 158 or 191-W. Have your winter Suit dry cleaned in our modern plant—pressed by experts — delivered promptly. Cleaners & Hatters These Seven Are Candidates for Queen of Campus at Arkansas U. I'd ?ive him ?3 if I could find him.-< Dr. N. S. Cutrer, Baton Rouge, La., commenting on his giving a shoe shine boy five cents instead of ten cents for a five-cent shine. 'QUAKER OATS - says Great American All-Star Quarterback, VERNE HUFFMAN, pilot of the 1937 winning All-Star Football team! • _Mothers by .the millions give this •wonderful whole-grain cereal to children because it's so rich in food energy, so rich in flavor. Yet costs but fi cent pet portion. There is ao other oatmeal like Quaker Oats!... And Quaker Oats has the extra value of Nature's Vitamin B— the precious vitamin you need daily to combat nervousness, constipa- pethe!...Layin a supply today! It's a way iTOaONAUOT to save money! Phone 266 HOBBS Gro. & Market Free Delivery 5c LETTUCE, Head GRAPES, 2 Ib CARROTS, Bch „ 6c TURNIPS & TOPS, Bunch 15c 5o BANANAS, Ib 5c TOMATOES, Ib lOc Cranberries, Ib 19c YAMS Kiln Dried, Ib. 3c CRANBERRY SAUCE 19c ENGLISH PEAS No. 2 Can Tiny Sifted, Each 23c COFFEE ADMIRATION 100% Hy Grade- -Lb. 29c FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—From these '-even co-cds, students at the University of Arkansas are choosing a campus queen. Eugenia Hamilton of Fort Smith, Ark., represents the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Marian Hnmp, Kappn Kappa Gamma, hnils from Kokomo, hid. Dorothy Scvier, beauty queen on the Arkansas campus last spring, represents Chi -Omega. Her home Is in Hot Springs. Bcmice Barnctt, girls' dormitory candidate, is from Rogers, Ark. Nancy Gilmorc of Jonesboro, Ark., is a Delta Gamma. Ruth McCord, Springdale, Ark., is candidate of the girls 4-H Club House, tmd Ann DuBnrd, representing Pi Beta Phi, is from Marked Tree, Ark. The contest for campus queen is sponsored by the Arkansas •Razorback, student yearbook. A full-page picture of the queen will appear in the 1938 Razorback. Baylor-T.C.C. Game This Saturday Likely to Settle Southwest Race Golden Gears Spurt to Top With "Bullet Bill" Patterson—If Baylor Gets by Frogs the Team Will Be Over the Hump ROYAL MAPLE SYRUP 8 oz. Bottle lOc WHITE HORSE FLOUR Lb, Bag $1-29 1 BULK COCOANUT Lb. Pkg, 25c CHILI MEXICAN STYLE Pound 19c SAUSAGE BEST MIXED Po«nd 15c BACON TALL KORN, Ib., JOWANA, Ib. 32c 43c ROAST K. C. CHUCK Pound 20e CALF LIVER Fancy K. C. Inspected Lb. 33c STEAK K. C. SEVEN or CHUCK Lb. 20c By DANA X. BIBLE Texas' Head Coach AUSTIN, Texas—As October shades reach, into November in the hurly- burly Southwest Conference, it appears that Baylor University has the No. 1 team south of the Red river. The Baylor-Texas Christian contest at Waco on Saturday may be for the championship. Baylor's Golden Bears have knocked off two very prominent foes these last three weeks, Arkansas and Texas A. & M;, and If they keep going against capable Texas Christian they will be over the hump as the saying goes. It would not seem that Baylor's remaining conference rivals, Texas, Southern Methodist and Rice, could skin the Grizzlies if the Razorbacks, Aggies and Horned Frogs couldn't. However, the fact that makes Southwestern games almost utterly unpredictable is that any team, any Saturday, may rise up and upset any other. So Morley Jennings, Baylor coach, won't be easing up a bit, when and if he gets by T. C. U. Baylor's remarkable undefeated, untied showing among fqotball writers throughout the nation, and particularly in the Southwest, for at the start of the season a poll placed the Bears last. In justice to the scribes, their line of reasoning should be explained. Jennings was coming back with virtually the same team that tied for third place last year, minus Lloyd Russell, brilliant all-conference quarterback. As Russell had been considered almost the whole Baylor attack, the critics didn't figure the Bears would be even as strong as they were a year ago. Patterson Comes Through to Upset Calculations What upset these calculations more than anything else was Billy Patterson, who played second fiddle to the great Russell last year, blossoming out as one of the most dangerous passers, runners, and kickers Baylor ever had. Bullet Bill, they call him, and he throws deadly passes to Ends Sam Boyd and Frank Huessner, Back Bubba Bernard and others. He tossed two touchdown passes as the Bears wallqped the Aggies, 13-0. He passed for all three touchdowns as Baylor licked Centenary, and raced 70 yards for a touchdown, threw a pass, which with a lateral tacked on went for another, then passed for the winning touchdown with 30 seconds to play against Arkansas. Kicking he has averaged better than 40 yards. He runs the team skillfully from quarterback. Jennings deserves recognition as one of the fine coaches of the nation for the way in which he has brought the Bears to the top this season, and for keeping them dangerous year after year, although the Waco school always has a small squad with few big names. Texas Aggies, Arkansas Face Sizeable Deficit As the race shapes up now, the Bears are leading with two victories and no defeats, after playing two of our best teams. These teams, the Texas Aggies and Arkansas, both have lost a game and a half. Ties in the South west Conference count one half game won and one half lost. Although the Aggies and Razorbacks still are threats, it will be difficult for them to overcome such-a deficit in a six-game schedule, and one or the other must pass out when they battle on Saturday. Texas Christian has tied both its conference opponents to date, A. & M. and Arkansas. Another team undefeated in>conference play is Rice. The Owls opened last Saturday by defeating our Texas Longhorns, 14-7, In big Ernie Lain, a 205-pound sophomore plunger and passer, Jimmy Kitts uncovered a real spark-plug who will make the Owls dangerous opponents for Baylor, T. C. U., and all the others. Southern Methodist lost its first conference start to Arkansas, 13-0, and seems destined to fight with our <5wn Lunghorns for the conference cellar. The Longhorn.s played improved football against Rice, but we already have lost to Arkansas and with S. M. U., Baylor, T. C. U., and Texas A. Sc M. coming up in that order, we will find it an extremely difficult assignment to break into the victory column. (Copyright 1937, NEA Service, Inc.) Maybe they'd better pour some of the Oil for the Lamps of China on troubled Oriental waters. V.V.WW.W.V.V.V.V.V, ;: SEE US ijFor Painting and Body Work— J. Special Car Paint Job—?17.50 £ O. K. Body Shop " 1015 S. Elm (Old ilgli. :• M. M. MORQAN • .V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VW.V.V.* CALL ; •• NELSON '-'!-''•'. ' '.' '•''•. ' •''' '' WASH KROGER STOP APPRECIATION SALE POSITIVE NATIONAL APPLE WEEK FORMERLY PIGGLY WIGGLY TELEPHONE 91! VALUES KRAUT CABBAGE SALE APPLES FANCY JONATHONS School Boy WINESAPS Large Red DELICIOUS 12c Doz. IOC 6 i 20c PORTA RICAN SWEET POTATOES 51 Oc EMBASSY MARSHMALLOWS 15c CINNAMON GEMS Nice With Baked Apples—Pkg. lOc CABBAGE I 25 FIRM HEAD Pound SALT 10 Lb. BAG 17c 50 LB..9! FULL-O-JUICE ORANGES FLORIDA JUICY Doz. 25c FULL-O-MILK COCOANUTS Each 5c FIRM TENDER CARROTS BULK 3 Pounds lOc CRANBERRIES EATMOR 19c Pound BANANAS Kroger Quality 5c Pound RED TRIUMPH POTATOES 10 Lbs. YELLOW ONIONS 3 Lb,. II RUTABAGA TURNIPS 3 Lb, I LETTUCE Crisp Eating Head 30 GRAPEFRUI 2 Seedless Fov 9 FANCY RICE 3 Lb. lOc Country Club PUMPKIN No. 2'/2 Can NAVY BEANS FLOUR , Avondale 48 S1.25 8 LARD Vegetole Pound Carton 83c MEAL Fresh Cream 24 Lb. 44c ONE 1c SALE APPLE SAUCE 3 For 30c 4 For 1 More Ic 31c Tomatoes, Avondale 3 For 30c 4 For 1 More Ic 31c SALT, Jef. 3 For lOc 1 More Ic Island 4 For lie Peanut Butter Embassy Quart Salad Dressing Embassy Quart L Op Choice Round STEAK 28c YOU CAN OWN Kroner'" dtd Pl«n Price Onlr »»••»» THE FORMER HOME LUNCHEON DEMONSTRATION PRICES Evaporated PEACHES Pound 15c 6 Beautiful, Useful Pieces Money-Saving CARD PLAN r HE quality cookwarc you have wanted for years. Pure, (hick molded aluminum .., steam-tight covers. The kind that cooks the "waterless" way with low heat. Your food is richer-flavored and more nourishing. You save fuel, work, worry. The Kroger Stores in your community arc offering a plan through which you can own a complete set of this modern cookware at one-Jourth the jjrice that thousands of women paid for it at former home luncheon demonstrations. See the display of Majestic Cookwarc at your neighborhood Kroger Store, The manager will tell you how easy it is to own a set—and how little it costs, Start today • .. MODERNIZE YOUR COOKWARE .,, Ask for card at any of the KROGER- PURE CANE 100 Pounds ... Limit Lbs. SUGAI A. *\f\J * 10 TOMATO Standard 4 No. 2 Cans 1 3 COFFEEH Spotlight Pound Pounds ONE 1c SALE HOMINY, No. 2>/z 3 For 30c 4 , 1 More Ic 3lc£; PORK & BEANSJ 3 Tall 30c 1 More Ic MATCHES, Red Bird! 5 For I5c 1 More Ic MUSTARD: Marco Quart IOC CATSUP Fraziers 14 ounce Bottle tO O O O O O O O IN OUR MARKET O O QOQQQQ Pound Lb. THICK RIB ROAST 17ic BACON TALL KORN, Ib. .... 31c CERRO, Ib 30c KWJCK KRISP, Ib. 39c PIECE BACON, Ib 29c PORK BACK BONES Fine for Seasoning, Lb, 5c STEAK FANCY CHUCK Lb. 15o FISH WHITING—Pound lOc TROUT—Pound 25c B U F F A L CK-Pound -lOc CATFISH—Pound 29c BULK PEANUT BUTTER pound IQc PORK ROAST CENTER CUT SHOULDER FRESH PICNIC STYLE Lb. Lb. 16M FRESH BULK SNO*WHJTE Lb. 11 Ic DIXIE OLE O—Lb, 20c EATMORE OLE O—Lb. SALT MEAT CUT FROM BEST GRADE Lb. FINE FOR BOILING Lb. 19k 15c PICNICS Shankless 22ic Lb. Lb. CHILI Home-Made 19c 100% PURE PORK SAUSAGE 25c

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