Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 5, 1937 · Page 6
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JESLX HOPE STAfc, MOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, November 5,193.7. It's" "Carrillo for Governor! Uteadter Captain* Peeves Lou Little He's the "Grandstand Quarterback" Who Knows All Answers By JOAN DURHAM AP feature Service Writer Football has its oack-seat drivers. Only they're known as "grandstand quarterbacks." Lou Little, volcanic man-mountain coach at Columbia University, knows the species. "You never hear 'em say anything before the play is made," he furr.es, "If it's the right play, nothing's said afterwards. But if it's wrong they start giving out the solution after the thing has sone to print, so to speak." Other Grandstand Pests So, Football Fan. don't be a grandstand quarterback. There are several other types of football-game pests and Lou Little classifies them something like this: Umbrella - pokers, mustard - smearers. coffee-spillers and ash-scatterers. About umbrellas. "If you think it's going to nun." Lou says, "you ought to be prepared for it. j wiU bc^a candidateJor governor Wear an oilskin—but leave your um- '""" " brella at home. They're apt to poke somebody in the eye—or irrigate the neck belonging to the person in front of you or black out the view for the near-sighted person behind you." Re mustard: It's all right to cat frankfurters— and they should have mustard on them. But keep the mustard on the frankfurter. And don't let the eoffiee dribble from your paper cup to the beaver collar ol the gentleman sitting in front Basing his campaign on making the people of California gayer nnd more carefree, Leo Carrillo, swarthy, grinning character nc- tor of the films, announced ho in 1938. One of Cnrrillo's fn- vorite stories is how his great- grandfather, Carlos Antonio, then provisional governor of California, defended the territory against an invading army of Mexicans. "They fought three days," says Carrillo, then one man was shot in the arm so both sides stopped and they all had a barbecue." of you. Watch Your Ashes Smoking in the stands can be a nuisance. Wind-blown ashes are likely to drift some time before settling down. They're very likely to burn holes in somebody's smart black reefer or get into someone's eyes. No fan leaves the stands while a play is in progress. It's just as easy to wait until time out has been called or until the end of a quarter. And it's easier on the rest of the crowd if you use the aisles instead of bounding down over the benches. There are times when you can't help getting up on your hind legs and rooting. But don't make it necessary for rooters behind you to waste their voices crying, "Down in front." Where's the best place to sit? Near the 50-yard line and prteey high up, Lou says, f your scouting for players, however, you should park behind the goal posts. A NICKEL DRINK-WORTH A DIME COTTON LOANS QUICK SERVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas INSURE NOW VViHh ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Hubby: "There's time enough for Feggy to marry. Let her wait until the right man comes along." Wife: "Why should she wait that long? I didn'-t." 3,000 Bales Are Reported for Ozan Third and Fourth Pickings Are Still in Progress There Over 3,000 bates of cotton have been ginned in the Ozan community. The Cox Gin has tied out 1,312 bales and the Temple Gin has ginned 975. The last report from the Goodletl gin. located two and one-half miles west of Ozan, was something over 800 bales Although the cotton season is nearing the end for 1937, the third. and fourth pickings arc producing several bales. Most of the late cotton is being held or placed in the warehouse. A few of the farmers have sold. Prices of cotton and cotton seed reamin low. seed selling for $16 a ton. All of the farmers have been busy gathering corn, the past week. They report that the quality of the corn is exceptionally fine. A few of the farmers have begun the fall plowing. MIND Your MANNERS Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Is it good taste to say. "Dearie." 2. May one use "My Dear" when speaking to a friend? 3. Should one use the phrase "Step this way"? 4. Does a person of middle age speak of her friends as "ladies" or "women"? 5. Of the term, girls and young women, which one is used in social gatherings and which one in business? What would you do if— You want to offer a stranger assistance— (a) "Permit me to assist you"? (b) "Allow me"? (c) "Let me help you"? Answers 1. No. 2. Yes. But it's tiresome if used too much. 3. No, it is better to say, "I'll take you to such a place." 4. Women. 5. Girls in a living room. Young women in an office. Best "What Would You Do" so- lution—(c). (Copyright 1937, NEA Service, Inc.) Funeral Is Held (Continued from Page One) How the Child Experts Planned (Continued from Page One) .DAILY ROUTINE ACTIVITIES Dionne Quintuplets Change in Distribution of Time in Hours 103,') 1!'.'!(' . 19.i7 Morning \ Sleep * 3 4 Night 5 Sleep G 10 11 12 Afternoon.^ Sleep ' En I ing- f Toilet 1"> Washing K5 17 18 Indoor 10 Plar, )r j 21 22: Outdoor This shows how the qViinltiplcls' day is divided among different nclivilies. In .hine, 1937, for instance, Hiev spent about 13VL 1 hours in sleep, slightly more than an hour nnd a half eating, three hours'in outdoor play, and so on. The lines show how these times'varied at different times. Second Succumbs in Cattle Crash Railroad Engineer Follows His Fireman in Crash Death BATESVIU.E, Miss.-M 1 )—The death list rose to two Friday in Thursday's derailment of (he Illinois Central's I'lmmmi Limited by loose livestock, Engineer Charles J, Barnctt succumbed to injuries, following the death of his fireman. >'< v «' Tmolito Press 1'uWlc ;.m. ( C<.|.>-ri|!lil. 1937. S.-IVIIT. Im- Those jagged lines don't -represent stock market fluctuations — they simply show how many/ hours of the day are alloted to the quintuplets' various activities. By checking down on the scale of hours at the left, you can see at a glance the varying lengths of time devoted to the different activities. FOR SALE Choice Building Lots on New Improved street to high school. Easy Terms. Day Phone 158 and Night 194-W See A. C. ERWIN JACK and SECK TRY OUR STEW With Trimmings and Decorations. 216 South Walnut Jj,V.V.V.V.V.V.V.W.V.V.'.% AUCTION Arch Mcfvcr Estate of 230 head cattle, 35 head hogs. TUESDAY, NOV 9th Regular AUCTION DAY Many more hogs and cattle Sutton & Collier Commission Barn Auction Every Tuesday E. Pinegar, Mack Parson, M. Beck. BUI Deloney and Andrew Hatsfield. tl.j morning, two hours or more in the afternoon and approximately 12 hours ;it night. At the age of 2 the morning .•leep was eliminated, and the afternoon sleep was gradually reduced from two hours to about an hour and a half. Their sleeping habits have always been remarkably regular, and it was not until the fall of 1936 that any problem;; arose. Then the quints apparently decided that the first hour after bedtime offered an unusually attractive chance for a little wholehearted romping, and proceeded to act on that decision. Finally Toppled Oven Maybe they were being put to bed too early" Bedtime wa.s postponed from G:30 until 7; but this meant nothing to the quints. Put them to bed and they wouldn't oven lie down; instead they would stand at the foot of the bed, Mr Atkins sustained the neck in- | jabbering and gesturing at a great rate, jury a month ago when he toppled One youngster once remained there from a chair on his back porch to the j until she fell asleep standing up and ground. He had been confined to his : toppled over on^ the bedding, home since the injury. "" Surviving are, his widow, one son. Dewey Watkins, eight daughters, Mrs. : ' 'fee; which was all very well, except There was nothing to do but put quints in horizontal positions by William Polk, Mrs. Lee Davis, Mrs. W. L. Reeves, Mrs. L. L. Carver, Mrs. Joe Blakeway, Mrs. Ruth Watkins, Mrs. June Pinegar, and Mrs. George Torbert. Hitler Expects To (Continued from Page One) Chinese troops and, in part, are still active in China while at the same time Germany is tied to Japan by close bonds of friendship. Von Ribbentrop, it was said, was to impress upon Premier Mussolini of Italy the desirability of his country leaving the Brussels conference on the Chinese-Japan conflict just as soon as Hitler's role as umpire should become established fully. It was stated Hitler was so impressed with the possibilities ;»f Germany's role as mediator that he had decided for the moment to put the question of colonies for Germany in the background. You can't eat your cake and have that as soon as a nurse left one duly strelched-out sister to attend to another, the first one would bob up as blithely as ever. The only way out of this was to show 'the quinus that the adults had just a her sisters to stay wide awake. The nurses thought at first that she had a cold. Not until a physicical examination showed that she wa.s all ripht did they discover that it was ju.st an act. Marie spent i\ night nr two in the i.solation room and saw the error of her ways. Next came the eating routine, which provided even more difficulties. All at One Table As soon as the children could sit up, they were fed in high chairs. Two nurses wnutd go into action, each taking care of two quints at a time. This meant trouble, for one quint always had to wait for the .second table, didn't like it. and expressed her dislike un- mistagably. So the chairs were arranged in a semicircle and all the quints were fed at once. By the fall of 19:iG the quints could drink from cups and use spoons fairly well, so small tables were installed, with two quints at one and three at | (he other and a nurse at each to supervise. Now they all eat at one table, with an adult eating with them. By contrast with the traditional Little Willie, who hates to wash, the 'quints took to their washroom routine | avidly. Each quint goes and get. 1 ; her ' washcloth, toothbrush. comb, and j towel, washes her hands and face, 1 takes n somewhat ineffective sxvipe at her hair with the comb and a vigorous See World's End on Sister Planet Now York Stages Solar Show. Depicting End of the Earth By CIIAKI.KS NORMAN AC Feature Service Writer NEW YORK.—Tliis is the way the wcrld end.s. You sit in the dark on another planet. You look at the sky and see Earth spinning in the air, another star. Off in the distance you see a comet :,treaking across the sky. Us path is in .space, millions and millions of miles of it, but it is moving at an incredible speed, and in its path is the Earth. Right Before Your Eyes Closer and closer the comet comes, its streaking tail growing wider and wider. You, on another planet, watch- ins the amazing spectacle, know what is going to happen. There will be a hard-on collision between the comet find Earth. You know, also that this will mark the end of Earth, that right after this cosmic collision there will be nothing left but star dust swishing in solar space. Then, right before your eyes, from your vantage point, the collision takes place. Great bodies of light and fire streak through the sky. The heaven of stars is still there, but there is a void where the earth used to be. The "end of the world" has come. Just One of Four Ways This dramatic sixjctaele. which brings a i^asp from the audience is being unfolded at the Haydcn Planearium at the American Museum of Natural History here. It is one of four hypotheses scientists have figured out fur thi- end of the world. The others are: a hit-and-run star sideswiping the earth; the sun exploding and burning the eath to crisp, or cooling and thereby free/ing life off the earth; and the destruction of the moon by earth's gravity pull, and the eventual transformation of th moon's fragments into a ring like the one around Saturn. Wounded Envoy Leaving China The British n tn b a K s a d o r to China, Sir Hughe Kn:i(i-liUdl- Hugi'sscn, is t>ic(ured above on board a launch as ho left Shanghai bound for the Netherlands, Kast Indies, Irl recuperate from n bullet viound inflicted on him by a Japanese military flirr several weeks ago. The launch •took him to an English warship. Nice Going Lecturer: "I speak the language of wild animals." Voice in near: "Next time you meet a skunk, ask him what's Die big idea." DeQueeti Gets Victory Over Ashdown, 34 to 0 DE-QUEEN, Ark.— The DcQuccn Leopards hncl little tllfficuUy defeating the Ashdown Pnnthcrs hero Thursday night by score of 34 to 0 before n smnll crowd. The Leopards took the first klekoff nnd marched down the field for tliree first downs to put the bnll on the visitors' 22 from where Onrdncr, end, ran over nnd Hcntlricks, halfback, kicked the cxtrn point, As the second period o|>ened Kyle, fullback, run over for n touchdown from the three yard line and scored again from the six yard line near the end of the half. Hcndricks added the cxtrn point with a place kick to make the score 20 to 0 at the half. The surface temperature of the sun has been estimated at COOO degrees 2onligrndc. Wonts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Siiffitr Cure Is a formula (hat cures meat quickly, casts no more than (he old Mill nicduid ami Is much less (rouble. Milking all cuts (asty ami delicious. The fine flavor wl(h a((rac(lve hrown cured color makes a more ready sale for those who l)u(clicr for market. Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Each I'urchaso MONTS SEED STORE 110 East Second Legion Memorial (Continued from Page One) little more endurance than they had. : ! but rather inefficient whirl at , i teeth with the toothbrush, and then | . it took a lot of trouble, but it finally | '•'-'-"' " v •—'••—-• - , j n t | lc worked-after woary nights in which \^"^ f hu ; fis U1 '. m ^T P ''° PC !', 1 ' li ";f i : ' The Rev. V. A. Hammond, Corn- used lunday night points out how this can be done. All Veterans Invited All other veterans' organizations of the city have been invited to participate in this Memorial Service. Dr. L:ni Smith, clerk of the local Spanish American War Veterans Camp, has n-nt out notices to all members of that organization extending them the Legion's invitation. Officers nf the local Post taking part Sunday night include: une child might have to be put back to bod £0 or 30 times. The quints finally u,ot the idea. Took a Sleeping Jacket It really took a trick sleeping jacket to make the victory lasting. This wa.s i species of light quilt with attached | armlets, which wa.s fastened down at the four corners in such a way that the quint was kept warm and was under no restraint- except that she couldn't do anything but lie down. Since it was introduced, the quinus have stayed put. They ilidn't .surrender without trying everything, though.. It was Mam- who discovered a subtle wrinkle in the matter of keeping sleep out <»" the nursery. .She would lie flown cluli- lully find .shut her eyes—and thru Thoy d average this just about ;,s well as the 3-ycar-old in the nur-sery , would start to breathe ith Not Much Supervision The quints are also willing enough about- learning to dress themselves, •tlthoufili a good many steps in the progress are naturally beyond them so tar. They can usually manage their .-lockings and shoes and their outdoor clothes. Definite routines have been set up ! fi.r the quints' play periods. Since | they had always had so much atteii- I 'i'.n from grownups, they .showed at i first a tendency to rely tun much on , -rosviiup:,; so in the fall of I'J.'ifi the i regular nursery school routine for ! children of their age wa.s begun. ! Tie children were taught how tn u.se their outdoor play material.-, —sand ixe:., tricycles, wagons, and .so on and for half an hour each morning they were .seated around a low table ,mrl initiated into the- mysteries of iMdfleling clay, paints, arul .so on (.'are wus taken to avoid giving them in ( j much supervision; fur the most part a quint plays with whatever toy.s •,r materials she wi.she.s. the "illy rule being that she must put one away hefore she get.s out another one. Thai, then, i.s a rough outline of the t'inline under which lhe quintuplets are being raised. NKXT: Measuring lhe mental dt'Vt.'lo|:i)ii'i!t of the i|iiinlii|;lfls. "What did your wife say when you ame home .sou.scd last night." "J. he didn't :.ay a word. And I wa.s iinn to have tht.se two teeth taken anyhow." liar, liisping wheeze that caused •V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.'.V.V.Ic Phone 34tt—We Deliver FRESH SIDE ROAST PORK and Extra Selects PURE PORK COUNTRY Best in Town SWIFT'S No. 1 Whole or Half HOME BAKED LOJN, TYRONE "CU'C, \ve sure shook llial briil^c whi-n we went over it didn't %ve. maniler; B. R. Hamm, and M. S. Bates, Vice Commanders; Dr. A. C. Kolg, Chaplain; Robert Wilson, Service Officer; and Dr. Don Smith, Post Sur- ueon. Flag Button Sale (Continued from Page One) American Legion and Auxiliary. In her discussion of this work Mrs. II. O. Kyler had this to say: "The welfare of veteran's children is a con- sti.ntly expanding responsibility of tin; American Legion and its Auxiliary. Injury and disease are taking a steady toll from the ranks of the veterans, and ncadly every veteran now 'lying or becoming disabled 'las dependent children. My committee i.s at work continuously bringing aid and rare tn such children, and we must look to Flag Button contributions for the chief support of this work." "Never before in the history of our irgani/.ation.s liu.s it been so imperative fnr u.s to coiK-entrate on our welfare work. In limes like these .ill agree that children should be our fu.st consideration. Neglect will retard the growth of their bodies, their minds and theur .MHI|S. This i.s a freewill offering, the purchaser giving what he plea^e.s for the needy children of ex-service men who have no ullitr means of receiving assistance. Let us each contribute, and make that contribution worth while, towards the warmth and comfort of their ! needy children, by buying and proudly wearing a flag Button on the day ' of tht-ir sale. Blue Ribbon Bread At Your Grocer and CITY BAKERY f\ girl whose pies are light and tender Gets a man who likes to send'er ROSES PILLSBURY'S BEST THE "BALANCED" FLOUR—MAKES GOOD BA.KING BETTER ROBERTS GROCERY West Third Street Home of Better Meats PURE PORK SAUSAGE—Pound 25c MIXED SAUSAGE, No Cereal—Pound 15c PORK ROAST—Pound 20c BEEF ROUND STEAK—Pound BABY BEEF ROAST—Pound 23c 14c BEEF STEW—2 Pounds 25c SIRLOIN STEAK—Pound 25c VEAL CHOPS—2 Pounds 35c SLICED BACON, Nice and Lean—Pound 33c CURED HAM, Center Cuts—Pound 40c A Complete Line of Groceries Good Afternoon Hope Star Carrier Boys endeavor to finish their weeks' collection each Saturday afternoon —and are required to pay for their papers not later than the following Monday. Your LITTLE MERCHANT is in business for himself. This is his first venture into the business world. His success or failure in this venture will in a large way determine his success or failure .in later years. Your newspaper is SOLD to the carrier boy. He is compelled to pay for all papers which he receives and depends entirely upon collections for his running capital and profit. Won't you help us to keep good, reliable carriers on our routes by paying regularly each Saturday morning when the boy knocks on your door? Thank You HOPE STAR.

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