Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 12, 1934 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 12, 1934
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Mem six HOPK STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Blevins Mf. and Mrs. Robert Beene of Tus&M», Arlzortfl, nrc in Blevins visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. Glen Coker spout the week end in Glenwood. Miss Charlirte Stuart spent the week ertd in Conway visiting Misses Rul.i Huskey. Elethene and Kathlene Stephens. Mrs. Albert Dye and son AUrea (Jtme weer the Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bonds nnd daughter Mary Faith were shopping in Hope Tuesday. Misses Flora Cotton and Daisy King v«:tt: in Blevins Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burke spent the Wttk end in Idabel, Okla., Mrs. Burke remained for this week. ' Mr. Watt Bonds of Henderson State College at Arkadelphia spent the week BLACK-DRAUGHT For CONSTIPATION "1 am 71 years old and have used Thedford's Black-Draught about forty years," writes Mr. W. J. Van- ovw, of Rome, Ky. "We are never without it. I take it as a purgative when I am bilious, dizzy and have swimming in my head. Black- Draught relieves this, and helps me to many ways." ... Keep a package of this old, reliable, purely vegetable laxative in your home, VCftCti*f it? JOiAChvAVC. *** J v»i*» • •«•»**•f and take it lor prompt relief at the Slain King ing. end at Blevins with his parents, Mr., •and Mrs. Roy W. Bonds. j Mrs Carl Brown, Misses Kathleen Brown and Charllne Stewart were inj Hope shopping Friday fntemoon. Mr. Clameee EUen or Hope \vns attending to business in Blevins Friday. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Merrill were Chopping >n Prescott Saturday morn- ig. Miss lone Arrington was shopping in Hope Tuesday. Mr. Cnrl Vickcrs af Prescott was in Blevins Monday. i The Blevins school bus No. 1, driv.w • 'oy Dalton Pyc. turned over Friday at- ernoon on the Blevins and Prescott j highway. No one was seriously hurt.) Mr and Mrs. Charles A. Brooks spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ad Carter. Mrs. Roy Bonds was shopping in Hope Friday. The Blevins P. T. A. will meet on Thursday night October 11 at the high school building. Everyone is invited to attend this first meeting. A special program hag been prepared. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Grant of Little Rock are the week guests of Mrs. Delia Austin and Mrs. Bertha Thomas. Dr. and Brs, R. R. Robins and little daughter Linda Joe spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Cullens -. ue- omvul> uuuvv ujtu „ _ troit are visiting Mr. and «lrs. J. «. | )atel . Hc hatl rllle( j sincc 1921 and had led his nation in three wars. Five Hope-Hot Springs Game Is Featured Bobcats Furnish Trojans' First Real Opposition, Says A. P. LITTLE ROCK—(£>)—Every section of the state will have its "big"gnmc this week-end as the high school football program brings together several sectional rivals. At least two of the contests have important bearing on the state high school football race. Hot ipvings' aerial circus will swing into action against the Hope Bobcats at Hope Friday in a tilt that promises to be a real test of the Trojans power, while the Fordyce Redbugs come here Friday night to determine whether Ccach Quigley's Little Rock Tigers have the power to compete in the stale race. Hot Springs has won three rather easy victories thus far in the season, but the Bobcats, under the direction of Coach Foy Mammons, have shown enough power in previous games to assure the Trojans plenty of opposi- Dies as Hero Shot down by an assassin just after he had been welcomed to Marseilles, France, King Alexander I of Yugo- above, died a few minutes tion. Cullens. Mrs. Zack Stone of the Sweet Home community was the Wednesday guest of her mother, Mrs. Bertha Thomas. Miss Ethel Bruce, who is teaching in Eagle Mills, spent the week end in first sign of constipation ^BANANAS, Yellow Ripe—Pound ... 5c ORANGES, Nice Size—Dozen 29c COCOANUTS, Fresh—Each 5c APPLES, Jonothan—Pound 5c LETTUCE, Hard Head—Each 5c CARROTS-BEETS—Bunch : 5c POTATOES, White Coolers—10 Lbs 22c CABBAGE, Nice Green—Pound 2c CELERY, Jumbo Stalk 9c ONIONS, Yellow—Pound - 3c GRAPE FRUIT, Nice Size 5c BREAD-22 oz loaf, Country Club 11 c attempts at assassination had preceded the successful attack. The Redbugs bowed to Pine Bluff but have the strength to push the Tigers to the limit and have an outside chance to win. Fort Smith meets Okmulgce, Okla., at Fort Smith Friday night in a game • Blevins with home folk. W J. Whitcsidc and Clcve Hamilton of McCaskill were in Blevins on Monday. . Lee Graves spent the week end m Washington. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wade. :\ighly-ratcd in that section, South Arkansas has two c bringing together sectional rivals— Camden and Prescott and El Dorado and Malvern. The Pine Bluff Zebras go to Joncs- boro to oppose the Golden Ourricane Friday night with the Zebras heavy favorites to cop the contest. The schedule Friday includes: Waldo at Texarkana. Fine Bluff at Jonesboro (night). Hot Springs at Hope. Fordyce at Little Rock (nighO. Malvcni at El Dorado (night). . Okmulgce, Okla.. at Fort Smith (night. Country Club in Syrup PEACHES No. 2V 2 Can AVONDALE KRAI! No. 2i/> Can 2 Cans for SUNBRIGHT CLEANSER—3 for 13c POTTED MEAT, Armpur's—2 for 5c PORK AND BEANS, Country Club 5c HOMINY, No. 2'/ 2 Can—3 for 25c CATSUP, Standard—Bottle 10c KITCHEN Quince Is Versatile Excellent Dessert Fruit When Stewed BY MARY E. DAGUE NEA Staff Service Writer Why on earth do you suppose thai more people don't realize that one ol the finest dishes on earth is made of fresh quinces stewed until they are a lovely amber color in what water clings to them (too much spoils their own distinctive flavor), one stick oi cinnomon and a clove or two? You don't need even cream with these, for tho syrup is thick nnd rich. Canned quinces make not only good winter desserts but will work into the salad course if you put them up with- Mortally wounded by an assassin in Marseilles, France, while trying to shield King Alexander I of Yugoslavia from bullets, Foreign Minister Louis Barthou of France, above, died in a hospital a few hours later. Bar- thou long had been a leader in French Industrial Union Adopted by A. F. L. Lewis, of Miners, Wins | Crusade for One-Indus- I try Organization { SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.-f/Pj-Or- i ganization of workers into single "g ht - _ .„ , .„,, n unions embracing whole industries, Scarcy at Conway (Thursday night), i as digl|nglllshcd [nm cratt umons | limited ,to particular trades, was dc- I Sided upon Thursday by the American federation of Labor. ' In a move to "meet the demands of new industrial conditions," the federation instructed its executive council to issue charters for the creation of national and international unions in the automotive, cement, aluminum and other mass productions industries. The council also was ordered to inaugurate organization campaigns in the iron and steel industries. The convention action was a triumph Taxpayers Demand Vote on Salaries Action at West Memphis —and Injunction for Hot Springs WEST MEMPHIS, Ai-k.-(/P)-Cr !t - tcnden county taxpayers were nsked Thursday night by advocates of a proposed county salary bill to pledge continued support in an effort to have the proposal placed on the ballot for the general election of November 6. Following addresses at a mass meeting, sponsored by the Critenden County Taxpayers Association, pledge cards were passed through the audience. R. B. Snowden Jr., president of the association and one of the speakers, estimated that 1,000 cards would be signed. Mr. Snowden referred to the action of County Judge J. C. Johnson and Chief County Court Clerk A. B. Carter in refusing to pass upon the sufficiency of the petition for the salary bill. This bill was signed by 470 qualified Crittcndcn voters, representing more than one-fifth of all those who voted in the general election two years ago. Their failure to act forced the tax payers to seek a writ of mandamus in Circuit Court requiring them to either hold the petition sufficient or insufficient. Otherwise, and in the absence cf any action by these functionaries it would have been impossible to place the bill on the ballot. Bathesville at North Little (night). Paragould at Helena. Prescott at Camdcn (Night). Dumas at Warren. Dardancllc at Hebcr Springs. Harrisburg at Osceola. Clarksville at Van Burcn. Alma at Paris. Harrison at Springdale. Armylffiain Defense for War Infantry the Real Backbone, Not Aviation, Says Harbord AVONDALE STRING BEANS No. 2 Can--2 for SALT, 3 pkgs lOc Lipton Tea, '/2 & 45c Lipton Tea, V 4 lb 23c Prices Extrat, Ige 25c Price* Extract, sml...!0c Saniflush 22c MATCHES, Red Bird—6 Boxes for. 23c SALMONS, Chum—Can 10c SWEET RELISH—Jar 10c MUSTARD—QQuart Jar - 10c JEWEL COFFEE—Pound 21c 3 Pound....62c MARSHMALLOWS, Pound Package 15c Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Chilled cider, cereal, cream, toasted codfish, cornmeal muffins, coffee, milk. LUNCHEON: Scrambled eggs, mushrooms, baked sweet potatoes, peach and grape salad, milk, tea. DINNER: Baked tongue, parsley potatoes, creamed cauliflower, endive with bacon dressing, baking powder biscuits with quince honey, milk, coffee. ' elson-Huckins Pilloiv* Properly Laundered ~" and Sterilized—Each [PHONF. 1 Specials for Saturday * _, _- -• • • t _ IT — — A. *U «* *1 C«ttn/*mi-Q Apples Lemons Fancy Jonolhnn I'cr Dozen .11 Largo Funcy Red Balls l»cr Do/en Nice Size Red Per Dozen Texas Large Sl/c SIX For FRESH TOMATOES, CELERY, CRANBERRIES CARROTS AND LETTUCE Salary Bill Wins LITTLE ROCK—Chief Justice C. E Johnson of the Arkansas Supreme Court Thursday signed a temporary) writ of prohibition restraining Chancellor Sam W. Garrett in Garland ', Chancery Court from interfering with the placing of a county salary measure on the ballot in Garland county for the November 6 general election. The temporary writ stays action pending a decision by the supreme court. Frank Shea and others were the petitioners. The petition said that the • act was duly) initiated and was certified by the county judge and county clerk. Comity officials and others filed suit in chancery court to restrain the election commissioners from placing the proposed act on the ballot and a temporary restraining order was grant, eel. Hearing for a permanent injunc- .... (ion has been set for next week but The convention action was a triumph' t ] lis wa $ sa j(j t 0 b c too late to permit for John L. Lewis, president of the ac ]j uc )i ca tion of the case before the United Mine Workers, whose big or- < .-«-« > v_ —:..i».i ganization is one of the few industrial unions now existing in the United States. Although the issue had been 1C07<, Pure. Shortening 8 Pound Package . heralded as a controversial one that would produce sparks of conflict on the floor, not a negative voice was - heard when the convention voted ABOARD S. S. QUEEN OF BER- j a ftor a short discussion. MUDA, En Route to Bermuda.—(/P)Maj Gen. James G. Harbord, former army chief of staff, urged Thursday night against developing aircraft on The federation also went on record in favor of pensions for the aged, for mothers cf dependent children and for sickness and unemployment benefits. inl tlKilllliiV Ut V tiv*^*»»»^ **»fc^.*v*«.» --- jivrti*^^^ t>n\.» M.1-S.--.1-- —^ '-i 'pipe dream" program and declared j Jt voted to continue a Iwycott 'all wars have been won and all wars gainst German goods because of the out sugar. And for supper on a cold winter night, nothing is more delicious than hot biscuits, the golden butter melting into their snowy hearts, shattered over with quince honey. To can quinces for salad, wash the fruit. Dip in boiling water. Plunge at cncc into cold water and drain. Pare, I cut in halves and remove the cores. Pack in sterilized jars, adjust the ruo HERSHEYS COCOA—1 Lb. HERSHEYS COCOA—% Lb. HERSIIEYS COCOA— Vt Lb, HERSHEYS SYRUP—Can Hershcys BAKING CHOC Seminolc TISSUE—I For WHEATIES—2 for 19c . 9c .. 3e Gold Mcdil FLOUR—24 Lb ?U5 IVORY SOAP—10 oz. 5c P&G SOAP, Large—5 for 18c Best Food Mayonnaise, 16 oz 23c COCOANUT—Pkg 9« CAMAY SOAP—3 For »<: CANOVA COFFEE-U> ...30c TOMATO JUICE, Country Club—24 oz 10c O. K. SOAP—7 Bars 25c RINSO, Small—2 Packages ISc SPAGHETTI—27 oz. Can 10c MINCE MEAT, Country Club—Pkg 10c Quality Meats BEEF ROAST STEW Ground For Loaf—Lb Pork Sausage-mixed-Lb. Bologna and Franks-Lb. Brick Cheese KMUT-Fresh Keg-Lb. BUTTER, Creamery-Lb. FRESH FISH-Buffalo, lb. Mince Meat 91 racK in Hu^m^- 1 - 1 j<**o, ««.,«-- — i bers pour over medium syrup and hait I seal Process for 40 minutes in- hot I water bath or 10 minutes at 15 pounds pressure in steam presurc cooker. Quince Chips Six pounds quinces, 10 cups granulated sugar, 1-3 pound crystallized ginger, 3 lemons. Pare and cut quinces in thin slices removing seeds and as much of the connecting tisue as possible. Mmce ginger. Ccvcr quince with water a\V cook until water is evaporated Add lemon, sugar and ginger and cook until mixture is thick. Pour into jelly glasses and cover with parrafine. Quince Marmalade This marmalade is delicious added ti mincemeat, about 4 tablespoons to th P1 Threc pounds quinces, 1 1-2 pound apples, 2 cups sweet cider, sugar. Pare quarter and core quinces, i- into a baking dish with cider, covt and hake in a slow oven until fruit i- tender. Add water as necessary. Ine cider will thicken and bc absorbed and the mixture must be kept moisl so as to prevent scorching until tender. When tender measure and add one cup of sugar to each cup of fruit. Coik, stirring constantly until thick and jelly-like. Pour into sterilized jelly glasses and cover with parrafine. Quince Honey Pare and core quinces. Grate or put through fine knife of food chopper Ti 3 cups cf chopped quince add one cup of water and cook until tender. Slowly sift in 1 cups granulated sugar and cook 15 or 20 minutes. Pour into sterilized jelly glasses or jars and seal. will continue to bc won in the dirt.' "Decisive warfare is fundamentally the same today," he said, "as it was before the spectacular development of weapons such as the catapult, firearms, the submarine, the tank nnd air- "That fundamental should be the solid basis for every consideration of military problems. It is that every war must be won—finally—by sending men into enemy territory—and holding it. , : '' • ' "No great nation will ever be sub- ued so long as it has fighting men with their feet on solid earth ready nd able to repulse invading force. No air armada has yet flown whose icrsonncl could not be run in by the nunkipal police if it landed in hos- ile territory." General Harbord favored the program for doubling the army's fighting aircraft and added there seemed litle doubt that Congress would pass it, "Our country needs an air corps o sscrted oppression of German trade nionists and of the Jewish people clllJ L1UJ t.CT Hvt» wn tin. *_n.»ballots must bc printed. The United States produces more than half the electrical goods of the world and Europe about 43 per cent. In- Pernambuco, Brazil, telephone service was greatly hampered by a beetle which laid its eggs in the cable sheetings, where the larvae bored holes into the lead. 666 nionists and of the Jewish people l.jUquid, Tables, Salve, Nose Drops until the tyrannical governments of checks Malaria In 3 days, Colds First .oi-mntiv nnf\ Italv are wined out. An** tr.» n .in«t.. u . « *r.t.... n i~i~ t M in ^ermany and Italy are wiped out. <| ayi jj e Negro pickets appeared at conven- m i nu(cs _ on hall during the afternoon bearing laccards such as "unions should be olor blind" and "while labor must mash the color line for its own in- ercst." The picketing developed despite that hq convention previously had adopt- d resolutions providing for invcsti- ation of alleged discrimination again icgr'ocs in union activity. Police stop- icd the negroes from selling papers mtlinina their grievances. • > ~>ivi.«w3 AT4<i»«ii« in «j , day. Headaches or Neuralgia In 30 nutes. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. Lard Butter _».»•——•—•• i ' ~ Pineapple Sugar Corn Flakes • i • Flour MR. ENGLAND'S Just From the Churn Special—Pound SLICED—Del Molitc No. 1 Flnt Can Fine Granulated 10 Lb. Cloth Sack i .1 32c KKLLOGGS or POST TOASTIES TWO Packages Oysters, Brookfield Sausage, Boiled and Dry Salt Extra Special For Boiling—L15. Pan Cake and Buck Wheat Flour Fresh Shipment R. L Patterson Free Delivery Phone 211 POUND AKMOWt'S VERY BEST-LB. 5c 25c 1Uc 15c LAMB STEW, lb 12'/ 2 c Steaks & Chops, lb...20c Shoulders, lb !5!/ 2 c been hampered in the dcvelopmen geen hampered in the developmen of one by the irresponsible claims ol ovcrzcalous military aviation cnthu siasts as much as by the rejoinder of the anti-aviation factions." RegistrationCards in Mails Friday Birth-Registration Pro gram to Reach All Citizens by Monday LITTLE ROCK—Baby census cards for the first Arkansas "Register Your Baby" campaign are leaving the Bureau of the Census at Washington Friday and should be in the hands of all families in the state by Monday morn, ing. according to Dr. W. B. Grayson. Dr. Grayson. is director of the campaign which is being conducted jointly by the Federal Bureau of the Census, the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the Plate Board of Health and the Arkansas Emergency Relief Administration It has been estimated that 40,000 ot the cards one for each baby in Arkansas under one year old will be returned to the Director of the Census Lynwood Rowe Is Married, Detroit . . j Weds Childhood Sweetheart—Will Return for ElDorado Homecoming DETROIT, Mich. —(/I 1 )— Lynwood 'Schoolboy) Rowe, 22-year-old pitching star of the Detroit Tigers, and his childhood sweetheart, Miss Edna Mac, Skinner of El Dorado, Ark., were married in the Detroit-Lcland hotel here j Thursday night. I Only n few personal friends of the couple altendcd Die ceremony, the Schoolboy and his sweetheart having finally escaped the fans who promised o follow them all the way to the al- r. ' Ervin (Pete) Fox, the. Tigers right g LARD Lb. Carton Mary's new vol. in Washington, who will in turn senc " Rrr.in .103, i«l Eighth Avc., New York, N. Y. Well-Rounded Program the state records. At least a montl will bc required for the checking, ant in ease it is found that some child ir the slate i.s not properly registered with the Bureau of Vital Statistics, ••My boy" said lhc'magw.tc to his steps will be taken immediately to '"•' ' •'' . .1- -u..i ..,..-. „„,.,,.•(. iVv.it i-ciMKtriition. son '"there arc- two things that arc vitally necessary if you arc to suc- jcced in business. What are they, dad.' •Honesty and sagacity." " what happens secure thai registration. All babies less than one year old should bc reported on Ihe cards immediately. All that the parents have to do is to fill in the blanks, and drop the card in the nearest mailbox within order to be ielder who was Rowe's roommate dur- ng the baseball season, and Mrs. Fox vere the attendants. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. L. Cal- cins of the Preston Methodist church. F.arlier in the day when Rowe dodged "through crowds of admirers at the county building to get his marriage license, the ace pitcher refused lo say when he would bc married. The Rowcs will start South soon to make their home in El Dorado where the Schoolboy won his early fame as an all-around athlete. Arkansas is prepared to give him a welcome and Rowe may do some pitching in exhibition games. Jaka Jones Mis. Tom Gray spent Sunday with Mrs William Wormington. Mr and Mrs. Owens were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton Sunday afternoon. Miss Ruby Jack and Luidie Bell Sullivan, who have been working at Hope arc at home now. Everyone is sorry to know of Mrs. John Uobison's death and we all extend our sympathy to them. TOMATOES CABBAGE . 2 Lbs - 5c HERSHEY'SCOCOA-y 2 lb. Steamboat Syrup 55c PET MILK 3 Tall or 6 Small Cans 19c OTMM 3 0. K. SOAP 10 HMMMPM No. 2 Cans 8 oz Bars For ORANGESPOTATOES Lb.Can 15c California Doz. Gallon Can HOBB'S LEADER COFFEE 50c Lbs MILLER'S CORN FLARES Large QQ Super Suds 3 Boxes Super Suds and 25C 1 pkg. Palmolive Beads—For •-**** Ivory Flakes 1—25c Box and 25C l_10c Box—Both For. faw ** ,-r wat appe ou. erselv it ,,,:,y etf.ct you- that proper registration has been re- or how at always kei given it.' "And sagacity?" "Never give it."—Boston Transcript. .. JJ» > ^ I (i llllllUlv. «» - - - . «— —'" ZFZ s i^,ffi«3™~s that their child has already been veg- Evenine ktered. Such cooperation on the part of the parents, which will require only , a minute of their time, will possibly rc Eskim as cosoy .kn to aer , Ihe American Indian and therefore a times when a certified top> of a birth branch of tho red race. certificate is essential. Quite a few from here atctndcd Sunday school at Holly Grove Sun- jay afternoon. Approximately 44.000 thunderstorms occur throughout the world daily, according to estimates. The oldest known lighthouses \yere towers built by the Libyans and Cush- ites of Lower Egypt. Choice Native Beef We have fresh Dressed Fish, Fryers and Hens Fancy R, C BEEF SLAB BACON Very Best Smoked Pound 21 c CURED HAM Center Sliced Pound PORK SHOPS-"K. C. Pork" Pound Bologna By the Piece—Lb. 9c Butter-lb. LOAF MEAT-Ground Fresh Lbs. SAUSAGE "Best Grade Pound 10c BEEF ROAST "Choice Native" Pound SLICED BACON-Rindless Breakfast-Pound 25c Owned Home HOBBS GRO. & MKT, Home Operated

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