Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 18, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 18, 1937
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S^^air-'i'C^M^^ f W t * J *">~ •#...$ "M'' - * *': ' v \- "' res 6rB". <-' f , ?>' ,.''.- fiOPfi STAR, HOW!, Iteiateur Birth in Airliner Crash and Duchess Suffers Double Fate in Belgian Disaster , Eng.-m-Grand Duke Ludwig von Hesse bei Rhein and his English grand duchess began a tragic Hfeheyrhoott Wednesday with a trip to Osiencl to' Identify members of his family who were killed Tuesday in an $»• crash. '', The late Grand Duchess Cecilc, his •fetetet-in-law and one of the victims, •ftfte disclosed Wednesday to have giv- ,«i*birth prematurely to a child when •lie crash occurred. The baby's body ^ested Wednesday night in the arms TO the mother in the Ostend hospital •%here also lay the flower-wreathed bodies of the grand duke's mother, fis brother and the latter's two sons. . Six other persons died when the air- 'liner which was bearing Ludwig's relatives to London for his wedding crashed in a fob in Belgium. /.Minister of Transport Henri Jasper New Ford Tfacks Put on Display Hope Auto Co. in First Showing of New Models Thursday Tom McLarty, manager of Hope Auto company, announced Thursday (hnt the new Ford trucks and pick-ups had arrived and were on display. The trucks have a new and Improved motor, better brakes, more room in the cab, safety glass windshield and are sturdier built. The trucks are larger and longer than last year's models. Several members of the local Ford firm will go to Memphis Friday to view the new Ford passenger car. Mr. McLarty said the Ford passenger cars would be displayed here soon. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia © BY NtA SERVICC, INC. T. M. REO. 0. 3. t'Af. Oft.~ MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often Bring* Happjr Relief J". Man? sufferera relievo sagging backucht .quickly, onco they discover that the real cauai >*f&wr trouble may be tired kidneys. ' ThokJdaeysare Nature'a chief way of takini the excess acids and wastn out of the blood ,,Mo6t people pass about 3 pints a day or aboul 3 pounds ot waste. i' jt? uent or , Brant y passages with smnrtinj « ana burning shows there may b«j aomethind . <Tm»ng with your kidneys or bladder, ri/An excess of acids or poisons in your blood .Z* e ?, dua *° functional kidney disorders, may Be.the cause.of nagging backache, rheutnatU JWJDs, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, get- tog up mghu, swelling, pul/iness under th« eyes, headaches and dizziness. txi! 0!lt T aitl Aa i t ,} fo V r dnJWBt for Doan'a Kiln, used success/uliy by millions for over 40 years. They give happy rclie! and will help the IS miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste /rota your Wood. Get Doan's Rib Low of 26 Degrees Here The Fruit and Truck Branch Experiment Station reported a low temperature of 26 degrees for the 24-hour period ending at 7 a. m. Thursday. The recording was the lowest of the fall season, 28 degrees being the previous low which was registered on October 23. admitted the necessity for transferring the airport some six miles from Ostend to Middlekerke. Logs, Blocks and Bolts We are in the market for White Oak, Ovcrcup, Burr Oak, Red Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum and Black Gum Blocks, Oak, Ash and Pine Bolts. For Prices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Company PHONE 245 "Now, look us up ri'^ht after the final whistle. We're in Scats 17 and 18, Row J, Section!]. Lower Tier, G;itc 5, cm the South Siilc." Unemployment Census Blanks for Negroes The negro committee appointed by Mayor Albert Graves to assist persons in filling out blanks for the unemployment census, announced that blanks could be found at Woll Cooper's and A. M. McKinley stores in the northern section of the city. In the southern section, blanks can be obtained at Verger's barber shop and Pike's Coney Island. Edmund Davis, a member of the committee, said negroes would be given assistance in filling out the blanks. 1937—THE PENNEY YEAI Giving More Bargains to Reduce Our $10,000 We must get our Stock in line for our Holiday Merchandise. So we have marked down prices and regrouped lots to help us attain this end. SHOP AND SAVE AT PENNEY'S. 72 x 84 DOUBLE BLANKETS 50% Wool A Value $>|.98 Each *t — I LADIES Swin Sweater SETS 34 to 42 ea. 3000 Yards NEW FALL SILK 39-Inch Must Go! Close-Out LADIES WINTER COAT: 12 to 20 $11-00 1 I ea, m Ladies' New "Big Apple" —Print— DRESSES 12 to 20 $|.98 Save Each LADIES All Rubber GALOSHES Ladies Long Sleeve Cotton VEST 34lo4 Lh49c 70x80 Single Cotton BLANKET 69c 20x40 Pastel Color Bath TOWELS E.CH 25c Ladies Outing Flannel GOWNS 59c All Wool MELTON 36 to 46 Each $a.98 27 x 27 NURSERY DIAPERS 6for49c Children's Long Cotton Stockings pr. lOc 70x80 Double Cotton BLANKETS p Men's Suede Cloth SHIRTS 98c MEN'S All Wool SWEATERS 34 to 46 ea. Men's Leather 36 to 42 Washable $f|.90 Goatskin v — Go On Sale Saturday at 10— 3000 yards 36-inch Outing FLANNEL 10c Men's White Cotton Sweat SHIRTS Ea Men's 16 Ib WINTER Boys' 4 to 16 Winter Weight UNIONS 49<j Men's 12 Ib. Winter weight 36 to 46 Men's 1 Buckle Cloth Top OVERSHOE pJP Men's 4 Buckle Cloth Top OVERSHOE pr. Boys' All Wool L O N G I E S Broken Lots FROM POSTOFFICE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES! Washington Explains How He Got Long Pants Freddie Bartholomew Steps Out With Smile of. Satisfaction By FRFJtmrE BARTHOLOMEW HOLLYWOOD I finally have my much desired tons pants. Of course, my Aunt Cissie naturally didn't want me to go into long pants, feeling, as nost mothers do, that her hoy will a man when he goes out of short units. Cissie postponed the time when I iiiild leave short pants for so long hat I decided to take matters into ny own hands. I might mention at this time that the uhlicity department WHS also some- vhnl against tny going into long ls, bccnust the studio wished to <eep me the little English boy wonr- short pants. Perhaps this was lone so that there would be something ihoiit me which would be a little un- inl to Americans. What with the publicity department against me, and "i5.sie agninst me, I didn't have a l:anco in the world, so I decided to use strategy, Aunt Amazed I proceeded to make an agreement with Cissie thnt 1 would wear short pants for n year, unless long ones were given to me. 1 then took my story and agreement to Col. W. H. Ncblett, our attorney, who immediately uouuht me some longies. When I walked into Cissie (I say vwlked, but 1 w«4 really A chum wdjo#) he* f«t& was a siutty of misctl affiaiem«tf Sfrd sadness. I re< minded het of the clause in OUT atffee- moiit and bnred that they hod been given to me. So she couldn't do anything ftbout it. Cinched Ills Victory I thlnk» although I am not sure, that 1 have almost fully reconciled her to the fact that I am now definitely and officially in long pants, and thnt as for our agreement, she can't do a thing about it! As for myself I made sure of my victory by quickly getting rid of all my short ponts. *»•«•• Fingerprints may be permanently obliterated only by having the sweat ducts destroyed. Tills is a very painful operation. .As the amount of water vapor and dust in the air decreases, the amount of light diffused from the surface of these particles decreases and thus darkness increases with elevation. fSi IMD 01.VI CRANE WATER HEATERS SALES ind SERVICE Kasy Terms Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 Mrs. O. B. Hardeman and Miss Marj Pilkinton of Arkadelphin spent the week end at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Pilkinton They were culled home because of the sudden illness of Mr. Pilkinton. Friends of I. L. Pilkinton arc glad to knpw that he i,s able to be up again nftre a brief but serious illness last week. Mrs. Hattie A. West and Miss Hatlie Arm Foikl of Hope were guests of Mrs. I. L. Pilkinton Saturday afternoon.' Mrs. Paul Dudney and Mrs. L;it Moses visited Mrs. J. S. Conway Jr., hi Hope on Thursday. Mrs. C. M. tVillinms spent several flays last week in Hope with her daughter Mrs. Q. T. Cone, who was a delegate from Snyder to the Methodist Conference, and her niece Mrs. Will Orton. A large number of local people attended the Methodist Conference in Cession in Hope from Wednesday to Sunday, to hear Dr. H. L. Morrison of Asbury College, preach. Miss Evio Beck, who is teaching ochool at Kirby, spant the week end with her grandmother Mrs. L. V. Beck and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Caudle and family of Bodcaw visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Card Sunday. Mrs. Emma Stewart had as Sunday quests her son Wilson t Stuart, Mrs. Stuart and their little son, Edward, 1'rom Shreveport. ' IVEW30W *?£**£ BACK ON YOU* "UNCLE NATCHEL and Sonny" Four Natural Chilean Nitrate Entertainers are back on your radio every Saturday Night or Sunday Afternoon beginning November 20-21. Don^t miss 'em. THESE STATIONS WIS WPIF WSB WSM Columbia Raleigh Atlanta Nashvillg 4-30P.M. Sunday 4,30P.M. Sunday oiSOP.M. Sat'day 6:30P.M. Sat'day WBT Charlotte KWKH WJDX WRVA WMC 5i30P.M. Shreveport StOOP.M. Sunday Jackson 3i30P.M. Sunday SiOOP.M. Sunday 5:00 P.M. Sunday Richmond Memphlt Sunday EVERY WEEK SAME STATIONS SAME TIME BLUE RIBBON Choose ANY 4-I'oint Blue Kihbon Turkey; the ONLY way they vary is in size. Hlump-meated, carefully fed for juicy flavor. 4-point seal GUARANTEES finer eating! SOLD ONLY by Kroger. OKUBR NOW! GET IT ANY TIME YOU SPECIFY! Country Club 24 Ib. 95c One 10 oz. Recipe Baking Powder FREE NAVIES Pound PRINCE ALBERT Can Pound BULK 20c DRESSING Embassy Quart 25c TWINKLE—4 Pkg. Twinkle—and 4 Gelatin Moulds GELATIN DESSERT 25c Sweet Juicy 176 size, Doz...29c Florida 288 size, Doz...l5c Fine Quality Early Blacks, Ib. BRUSSELL SPROUTS lOlft Firm Sprouts—Medium Size Lb. Ili2v Winesap, Nice Size 10A Dozen I&U Colorado McClures 15 lbs...29c Idaho Bakers 3 ibs. lOc ITATOES P.M. BUTTER Embassy, Quart MEAL 24 Lb. Carnation Cream COFFEE '|Q A Spotlight, ib, StfC Chocolate DROP S—Pkg. LARD Richtex or Vegetole Pound 8 Carton FLOUR Avondale 24 Lbs 69s 25c 40c Lbs 48 Lbs. $1.29 Compound Lard lg.19 Pounds Cigarettes 2 Pkgs 4{$C A Popular Brands For OuO C. C. MAC. or SPAG. Cello, Ib ^r w «r lOc OQQQQQQQIN OUR MARKET OOP O O O O HAMS Swift's No, 1 Half or Whole Lb, 19ic Brookfield LINKS, Ib. 29c Fresh Beef LIVE R—Ib. 15c Pure Pork Sausage, Ib. BULK L A R D—Ib. Sliced Rindless BACON—Ib. Whiting F|SH_ Ib. Fres'Shore OYSTERS, Pint Bulk Peanut BUTTER, Ib. JOc |9c lOc THICK RIB ROAST, Ib 15c SHOULDER ROAST, Ib. I9c ROUND, LOIN STEAK, Ib 25c KROGER STORES MPMMM^HMWMMMBMHMMMHi^Bl^HMMi^MOTBB^^H^^^M • i —• —' ' -' ' ' ' November Values iRobison's MEN'S WINTER UNIONS Good heavy quality men's unions. Pull cut and well made. While or ccrii colors. Sizes 36 to 46. 69c Boys Winter Unions Hoys' winter weight unions in white, ecru or random mixtures. Sl/.e 4 to 16. All first quality and well made. 39c Big Smith Overalls Made of highest grade Denim, full cut, large new stylus, bib pockets, vest back. Made for long wear. $1.10 MEN'S PANTS Heavy SIUIR proof khaki drill with dark stripes, grey covert, or (lurk blue. All sizes. Men's Boot Pants Heavy snag proof kluigl drill with (loul)lu seat and knee. A real pant for hunting; or rough wear. S2.48 Men's Suede Shirts Heavy weight suede shirts, in grey, tan, or red. Extra full cut, made with two large breast pockets, S!/.es M to 17 '/i. Men's Rep Cap Shirts Ked Cap work shirts for men in blue or grey clmmbrey or blue, grey, or brown covert. Heavy (juulily well made. Boys' Red Cap Shirts Red Cap shirts in boys' sizes. Made just like Dad's and of the same heavy grade cloth. A good shirt for rough school wear. 49c Boys Sheep Lined COATS Durable Rainproof coal, double breasted, breast and side pockets, heavy sheep skin lining, and thick -sheep collar. All sizes'. Men's and Boys' SWEATERS Warm sweaters for men and boys including wool, part wool, cotton with heavy fleece lining. Xlpper or button styles. All sizes 98c to S4.I Men's Work Shoes Heavy weight work shoes with plain or cap loc. Full composition sole tacked and sewed. A Fricmhmm-Shclby art leather shoe. Men's Dress Shoes Fine quality dress shoes with wing tip or plain cap toe. Black or brown calf. Si/.es li to 11 1 /-. Men's Dress Shirts A fine assortment of fine C|tiiil- lly dress shirts. Values included up to $2. All sizes in new fall patterns. Men's Winter Jackets IMun's suede jackets in navy or brown. Made with full zipper or button style. Sizes ltd to •!(;. Men's Dress Sox Fancy patterns in men's dress sox. All first fjuulity and new fall patterns and colors. Regular 15c values. Men's Dress Hats Good slectiou of men's dress hats in fine quality felt. Colors of brown, gray, navy und black. AH sizes. 'S . LADIES SUPS Lovely crepe sll|)s wllh luce Irlm nr tailored style. Perfectly flttinjr with either peaked or .straight lops. All sizes. 49c DAINTY UNDIES Large assortment of dainty un- dlcx that women Icve, All first qualify rayon In fancy or plain knit. 25o Doubled Blankets Ilcnvy doubled blankets In dark colors wllh fancy stripes, GGxSH size. Sold much higher larly. Full Fashioned Hose Pull length or knee length full fashioned hose In new colors. All first duality rliiKlcss. 49o Fast Color Print Ijiirge assortment of fast color prints in new fall patterns. All :!(i-inch iind good selection to choose from. FAIRY PRINTS (able of Kairy I'rints regularly priced at Hie. IJITRC selection of new fall colors and patterns. ABC and 80 Sq. Prints A rainbow of colors In these fine A 11 C Percales and SO Square Prints. Regular price 23c. A November value at WOOLLENS Large table of 51-iiich wcolcns In every weave and color Unit's new for fall. Good selections nt 1.59 $1.98 Sea Island Domestic Fine quality sea island domestic •1(1 inches wide and every yard guaranteed to give satisfaction. t* je±. OUTINGS l-arge (able of Hidings in solid or fancy patients. IJiiy a supply now at only TICKING Good weight bed ticking in fancy stripes. Ifiiy your supply now while there's plenty in stock. Comfort Batting a Pound 72x!)!l size. All guaranteed new material and sanitary. I'allerus on every wrapper. LADIES PURSES I«irge selection of new fall colors and styles. Iwirge or small, filled, .some with zippers. Heavy Ribbed STOCKINGS Ladies co((r/n ribbed stockings. Good weight in gray or (ait colora. Well injjictc and first quality, Children's Stockings Heavy ribbed cotton stockings for children. Also ;l i length with elastic iu fancy patterns. Warm Sweaters Ladies and children's warm sweaters. \Vuol, part wool, and cotton in new fall colors. 980 UP We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store HOPE PRESCOTT NASHVJLLE

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