Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 15, 1937 · Page 5
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Momjay, November 15 Tuesday Salesday Shows Big Growth Prom $261 Year Ago Sutton& Collier Now Grow $9,314 From its beginning the first Tuesday in December last year, when tolul soles were $201.21) mul n crowd nf only about 100 persons nttemlcd, the Sutlon & Collier livestock unction on . South Lfiurol street IUIH risen to mnjor proportions. Lust Ttiemliiy, November !), despite n torrential downpour of rain for 48 hoiivs; the auction struck » now penk figure, sales grossing S9.3H.95 nnd n crowd of between 700 and 800 por- wms attending. The auction stand wns moved the first of the year from its orlgini)! locution on South Walnut street to Laurel, where llic proprietors. Aubrey Collier nnd Cluudr II. Sutton, hove invested more tlnm $1,000 in per- innnt>nt improvements. A new office has been in.stnlled so Hint business can lie handled svitli greater speed nnd accuracy, and burns mid sheds have been repaired, Allhoufth the big event each week is the Tucsdiiy auction, nctuully » rntirkt't \H ufforded livcwtnck buyers and si-lions uvery tiny in the week, n market man being kept on duly continuously. This daily livestock market creates an important cash market in Hope, bringing much money to the city ;md keeping it here. Buyers come here from Little Rock. Hot Springs. Pine Bluff, Texarkana. Atlanta. Texas, DuugliLsvillu, Texas, Fort Worth. Shrovoport. La.. Mabel. Oklii., Ciunden, Davenport, fown, and Dangerfield and Lonjtvicw, Texan. In addition (here arc a liirpo number of .southwest Arkansas farmers who buy for their own use. Bill Collier, auctioneer of Broken How. Okla.. who made (lie first sala for Sulton Sc Collier, is still with the ^«__. ?A&S Ffvlh ' meiam-mi*-.- ^ < -- M ,,, Mr -f.--.n-:. ,-,- ^^.--.——-r-^ „^.^-^^..^^^J^.~f^JL^-wv- Livestock Auction fi-n. The original staff comprised the pro- I-netors. Auctioneer Collier, ami Bill Henry—while last Tuesday, November 9, the unction required the services of 21 helpers, all Hope boys except the auctioneer. Ancient Babylonians began their day at sunrise, the Jews and Greeks nl sunset, bul the Egyptians and Romans began it at midnight as mosf modern people do. WWWM^^ The Roads That Lead to Hope Also Lead to the Store with the CHECKERBOARD Sign. A Fresh, Full Stock of Purina Cho\vs, Flour, Feed, Groceries and Poultry Supplies at all times. ATTENTION Poultry and Livestock Raisers The Same Roads Lead Back to Your Home Where You Can Make More Profit on Your Poultry and Livestock by Feeding the PURINA PLAN. Come in and Let Us Explain this Plan to You. Feeders Supply Company The Hope Star Is Across the Street —•Photo by the Star Monthly noon, November 8, Hope looked like n Wild West town. The S/nr shot this picture lit (lie height of last Monday's rainstorm when Sutton & Collier, local stockyard niicriitors, moved to town 243 head of cattle I nun the herd of (be late Arch Mi-Ivor. Tin- herd cume in from the west s do of town, past the Plunked & Jerrell wholesale grocer house, where IMP picture wits taken, nnd wound up at (he stockyards for (he weekly ruction lust Tuesday, November 9t ®- MIND Your MANNERS Tost your knowledge of correct sociiil usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. T.s it correct to have place cards at a semi-public banquet? 2. Does ;i gracious person ever make a joke or wisecrack at another's expense? 3. Is an ex-senator called "Mr. Blank"? 4. Is it good usage to say, "The amount will nol be above five dollars"? i ' > 5. Is it correct to say "irregardless"? What would you do if— The chairman of the club to whom you are about to speak has given you a very complimentary intro- duction— in) Sriy. "I'm afraid your chairman has been more kind than truthful"? (b> S:iy. "I hardly recognize my•self from the- picture Mr. James has painted"? <e> Smile at the chairman and say "Thank you"? Answers 1. Yos. 2. No. 8. No, "Senator Blank"— whether he is in office or not. 4. No, "more than" or "exceed." 5. No. "regardless." Best "What Would You Do" so- lution—(c). It is not gracious to deny the remarks that a chairman makes—unless he lias really made a mistake in facts, (Copyright 1937',"NEA, Service, Inc.) Coppers, first coins or the United SUilcs, were minted' by a- private contractor at first. They were inaugurated in New Haven, Conn., in 1787. Your car will enjoy good health if you keep it clean and "feed" it clean gas and the right weight of oil. Drive in today! THIS WEEKS SPECIAL MOBIL I WASH JOB, 24-hr. I I GAS I Rain Insurance 50c| MOBIL OIL LOWTHORP SERVICE STATION 3rd and Laurel St. On Highway 67 Plan to Attend Sutton & Collier Livestock Every Tuesday Rain or Shine Where Buyers and Sellers MEET If you have livestock to sell bring them to Sutton & Collier's where fhere are always buyers to pay you the highest prices. Open every day except Sunday, SALE EVERY TUESDAY (Rain or Shine) Aubrey Collier Claude H, Sutton // "f/fm VI SUTTON Hope COLLIER SALE BARN Arkansas Count BIytheviffe • Out of Grid Race Conference Rule Gives Pine Bluff First Title x ! in "Big 15" i LITTLE ROCK. Ark.— (/P) —pine Bluff's potent Zebras tucked the first Arkansas high school athletic confer- ;encc championship in their record ! book Monday and : turned toward out- of-stete opposition while other circuit members began a last gasp'struggle for ranking positions. Coach Allen Dunaway's charges nosed out Little Rook 7-6 Saturday to complete iv string- of eight conference games without a defeat. Under association rules, it will be awarded the title for no 1 other team can compare with that record. Blytheville, undefeated at present and With two more conference games to play, likely will finish the season with a perfect record. But the conference, in such a case; awards the championship to the team that won the most games. Pine Bluff will be just three games up on the Chicks when the final roll is called. The Zebras meet Gladewater, Tex as; this week while Blytheville lack les the unpredictable Jonesboro Hur ricanes. Little Rock, now in third place meet Fordycc, a tailend club tha hadn't won a conference victory. I should prove a breeze for the Tigers North Little Rock plays Clarksyill with the odds favoring Coach Bbl Cowan's Wildcats. Forrest City, tiec with North Little Rock, goes out' o the circuit to take on Mnrianna am Camden, also in the upper division rests in preparation for its annua Thanksgiving Day classic against E Dorado. Hope plays Goodland, Okla at Hope. Russellville takes on Catholic High from Little Rock in a game that shoulc be a toss-up. El Dorado has an open date but Hot Springs goes to For Smith for a second division engage ment that probably will see the Tro jans push over another of their rare victories. The Grizzlies have not won a conference game and apparently are not scheduled to do so. Benton, tail- end club, remains idle. Not to Play Chicks PINE BLUFF, Ark.— (fP)— Pine Blufi high school, its football championship claim safeguarded by a state conference rule and eight victories against no defeats, will not play Blytheville tliis season. ' ' • • • Blytheville, also undefeated in the conference, has won three circuit games and has two more to play. Anticipating victories over Forrest City and Jonesboro, the Chicks last week proposed that Pine Bluff arrange to meet them. "We tried last year to schedule a game with Blytheville for Thanksgiving," Coach Allen Dunaway of the Zebras said. "We waited and wrote .several times to get an answer to our offer. While we were keeping the date open for Blytheville they scheduled a game with Forrest City for that date. When we learned of this, we scheduled Oklahoma City high school for Thanksgiving. Now we have a full schedule and can't play Blytheville." The conference standings: Team- W L T Pet Pine Bluff 800 1.000 Blytheville 300 1.000 Little Rock 4 I 0 .800 North Little Rock 320 .600 Forrest City 320 .600 Camden 3 2 0 .600 Hope 320 .600 Russellville 2 2 0 .500 Jonesboro 220 .500 El Dorado 231) .400 Hot Springs 350 .375 Clarksviile 130 .250 Fordyce 0 4 0 .000 Fort Smith 040 .000 Benton .'. 0 5 0 .000 Zebras T, Little 6 PINE BLUFF, Ark.-W-Pine Bluff's brilliant Zebras upset the heavier Little Rock Timers seven to six here Saturday before 12,000 excited fans, one of the largest crowds ever to witness » football game in Arkansas. U was the eighth straight conference victory for Coach Allen Duna- way's charges and' gave them a top heavy olhlWf to. the circuit championship. Littl'e' Roeft gat off to a good start Stel'nakef r&aiflg 4S yards for a- touchdown aw\y In the- first period. Mar- llndale missed the extra point. Pine Bluff received the Uickoff and in three plays won the game, the touchdown coming on a 28-yard pass from Phillips to Bblin. Solin then laid' a placement square between the uprights for the single point margin of victory. The Zebras went on the defensive immediately anil staged several brilliant goal lines Stands. At one time Little Sock had n first down on the Pine Bluff five-yard stripe and advanced only four yards in four line thrusts, 'WHen the Zebras kicked out, a Little Rock pass again gave the Tigers a first down on the seven and again Pine Bluff held. Little Rock made 14 first downs to six for Pine Bluff and gained 72 yards with passes compared to 56 for the Zebras. From scrimmage the Tigers gained 226 yards while Pine Bluff's : runnin'g-atlack added' up only 97. • . ~ '«•»«• ' Durjrtg the reign of King Henry IH, of England, nte'n carried little boxes •of sugar plums in fheir pockets wherever 'they went • Rice Leader in Southwest Race Four Teams Still Have Chance for Loop Title DALLAS, Texas—W)—Various mathematical reasonings, favorite parlor sport after a Southern Conference week-end, Monday revealed that only the Texas Aggies and Texas are definitely removed as title contenders in the nation's most unselting league. Further clouded by Saturday's results, which saw the Aggies tie the leading Rice Owls and Southern Methodist soar to its righ peak of the season to-upset Baylor, the league was in such shape that only a man with a slide rule and a lot of.time could figure it. Out of all the Saturday doings came only one definite fact. None of the mathematical chances accorded Baylor, Texas Christian, Southern Methodist and Arkansas, will be worth two pennies unless someone devises a way to stop the Rice Owls' wild sophomore, Ernie Lain. Next Saturday at Fort Worth Rice faces a Texas Christian team that finally found itself against Texas. Meanwhile Coach Malty Southern Methodists, exjJefimentfhjr with backfield combinations a)j finally came up with a great tfi of sophorftor«s that plastered mighty Baylor, 13-7. , The Methodists travel to the Pacific coast for a game with OriiverSlfr 6? California at Los Angeles while Bay* lor has an intersectional date Wltfr Loyola of Los Angeles at BeaumWrt. The Arkansas P&rkers, tnroUgh with their league schedule, helped thft league's intersectional record with a rousing 32-6 triumph over Mississippi at Memphis. ,• Texas and the Aggies both have all* days this week. Southwest Conference standingsr Team W. L. T. Pcfe Rice Institute 2 0 1 .838 Baylor University .... 320 .(JOO tT. of Arkansas 3 2' 1 £83 Sou. Meth. U 2 2' 0 .5W Tex. Christian U. .... 1 1 2 .500 Tex. A. &- M. I 2' 2 .400 U. of Texas 1 4 0 .2TJ6 Cage Tournament at Rosston' Friday, An invitation basketball tournament will be "held Friday and Saturday in the Rosston High School gym^ nasium. Among the. teams entering are Bod,caw, Willisville. Buckner and others. Sett Your Cattle in Hope S Extra values being offered by Geo. W. Robisom & Co. during the cattle sale and all this .week. Read every item in this ad. You ars sure to find several you need at special prices. QUILTING COTTON 3 H>. roll of quilting cotton 72x90-im siV.c. Guaranteed nil new material. Pure and sanitary— 39c LADIES DRESS SHOES Large table of Ladies dress shoes selected from our regular stock. Values up lo $3.00. Plenty of good sizes. Buy now at— 98c TLadies Every Day Oxfords Low neet oxfords. Composition sole. Heavy grade black elk upper. Friedman-Shelby All Leather shoe. Sizes 2'/ 2 to- 10. S1.49 Women's Heavy Hose Heavy ribbed hosiery for women. Gray or' tan colors. All sizes, first quality. 15c HEAVY OUTING Heavy grade outing in solid or fancy colors. Buy a good supply of (bis super value now. lOc ABC PRINTS Our entire s(ock of regular 25c A B C Prints has been 'grouped o none (nble a( only— 19c MEN'S WORK SHOES Men's plain or cap toe wovk shoe with composition sole. Retail uppers. A Friedman-Shelby All Leather Shoe. S1.98 BOYS' WINTER UNIONS Heavy weight boys winter Unions. White, ecru or random mixture colors. Sizes C (11 IB. Well made, extra heavy grade. 49c Heavy Winter Blankets Heavy doubled blankets. Ufi\8D-in. size. Dark colors with fancy stripes. Special price on these blankets. S1.49 Men's Suede Cloth Jackets Wen's suede cloth jackets. Made with zippers or buttons. Large breast pockets, Well made. Sizes 36 to 46. S1.98 Men's Hunting Caps Made of extra heavy brown drill. Water proofed with warm fur car warmers. 98c Boys Blanket Lined Junipers Good weight (Hue denim boys blanket lined jumpers. Good heavy blanket lining'. Sizes up to 14. 98c Mens and Boys SHEEP LINED COATS Water proofed coa(s with heavy sheep skin lining. Full! belled with sweater inside sleeves. ' Men's .... Boys' ..... $ft Men's 8 oz. OVERALLS Heavy grade 8 oz. denim sanforized shrunk. Made with vest back Sizes from 36 to 44. 77c Men's Corduroy Pants Heavy grade corduroy pants made with 22 nich bottom and high waist Colors arc tan, navy and wine. All sies. $|.98 to $2.48 MEN'S BOOT PANTS Snag-proof heavy duck boot pants. Doubled seat and knees, button leg, and sanforized shrunk. S2.48 Men's and Boys' Sweaters Coats tyle sweaters for men and boys, in brown or grey mixture. Heavy fleece lining. Size 30 to 46. 98c MEN'S WORK PANTS Heavy grade mole skin finished with dark slripe. Others in grey covert or. dark blue. 98c MEN'S WINTER UNIONS Heavy weight winter unions. White or ecru colors. Full 5 tut anil well made. Sizes 36 to -16. 69c 1 ; MEN'S BOOT SOX Heavy weight part wool boot sox for men. All sizes with red or green top. Extra warm. Close knit. 25c MEN'S 5UEDE SHIRTS Full cut heavy suede shirts for men. Colors (411, grey or red. Well made. Sizes 14 to m-i. We Give Eagle Stamps THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Geo. W. Robison & Co. HOPE PRESCQTT

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