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) November 29.1987 HOPE STAK, HOPE,. ARKANSAS Stone and Bright Picked on Gazette's and Democrat^AH-State Selections Stone Makes Associated Press and Democrat's First Team—Arkansas Gazette Favors Hricht for Its Mythical Tortm Freernoti Stone and Vasco Bright won first places on several all-shite selections picked by tin- Associated Press and various newspapers over the sink*. The Arkansas Gav.ette xnvr Brigljt the quarterback position on the firs I team. 'I ho Arkansas Democrat and the Associated Press gave Stone a first place on their teams. Arkansas Gazette 1 * first team: Ends —Hoffman, Little Hock; Phillips. Pine Bluff. Tackles-Roberts. Blythovillc; Boyd, Pine Bluff. Guards-Wilson. North Little Rock; Bea/ley. Forrest City. Center- MeConncll. Little Rock. Quarterback" Bright of Hope. Half. back.s--Mosely. Blythcville; Kiz/.ia, Camclen. Fullback—Marlindale of Little Rock. Reese and Stone of Hope were given places on the Ga/elle's third team. Democrat's first Team Ends-Phillips, Pine Bluff; War- rinnlon, Blytheville. Tackles—Stone. Hope; White, Camden. Guards—Wilson, North Little Rock; Bea/.ley. Forrest City. Center—McConnell. Little Rock Quarterback — Martindalc, Little Ruck. Halfhaeks-Bolin. Pine Bluff; Mosely. Blytheville. Fullback—Thomp- son of Cl.-ii-ksvillc. Briji.hl of Hope was picked on (he Democrat's second team as a halfback. riee.se and Himisey of Hope were given honorable mention us ends. Keith. Parsons and Qiiimby of Hope were also [given honorable mention. Assiiciuli'd I'rcss Team Freeman Sione was the- only player from Hopi- to HPI a firs! place in the Associated Press first team. Bright was placed on (hi- .second l«iw lit quarterback. Reese, Parsons and Keith were jjivivn honorable mrntion. Thf Associated Pre.ss team was selected from nominalions of the following newspapers; Arkansas Gazette. Arkansas Democrat, Pine Bluff Graphic. Pine Bluff Commercing Hope Star, I Camden Evening News lin.ssellville ' Courier Democrat, Hot Springs Senlen- nial Record Hot Springs New Era. The first team: Ends —Philli|<s. Pine Bluff; Ambort, Little Hock. Tackles—Stone. Hope; White. Camden, Guards —Wilson. North Little Hock; Guod&irnc. Camden. Center McConnell. Little Hock. Quarterback - Bolm. Pine Bluff. Halfbacks — Ki/./ia, Camden; Bush- maier. Little Hock, Fullback—Martin- dak-. Little Hock, Oh, Ohio! Oh, Ohio! Rice Needs to Win One More for Title; Victory 0 v e r Mustangs i Would Make Owls ' , Loop Champs DALLAS. Texas — </l'>— Down the stretch to the last post and a story- conference here next Saturday when a couple of early season flo]*; play the final game of a round-robin schedule thai could determine an undisputed champion, One-half i/pune ahead of the field, ftice will come to town needing nothing shy of a victory over an aroused Southern Methodist club to win their second title in four years. A tie would wind them up sharing the driver's seat with Texas Christian and a loss would make; Texas Christian the tillist and Rice just a runnerupi Southern Methodist, uniil Saturday a contender, now is just a big barrier in the way of Rice. Bin Olie Cordill. Rice's sophomore saviour, put the Owls rinht in the middle of the fla« scrap with a dazzling running and kicking show that stopped Baylor at Houston, 13-7 while 'little Davey O'Brien again came through fur Texas Christian with a fourth-period field i?oal that felled a stubborn Methodist Mustang, 3-0. Only Texas A. and M. with its turkey day victory over Texas as a freshener, plays another name. The Aggies meet San Francisco U. on the Pacific coast to end the schedule. Arkansas, winner over Tulsa, 28-7. on Thanksgiving Day, and the University of Texas, have called it quits. If any one puts his box down next to mine, 1 push his head through bus box.—New York bootblack, explaining "code of fair action" among his en- workcrs. Logs, Blocks and Bolts We are in the market for Wliite Oak, Overtup, Burr Oiik, fted Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Hound Sweet Gum and Black Gum Blocks, Oak, Ash and Pine Bolls. For Prices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Scores of Tournament Held at Rosston High The following j;amos were played at the Rosston Invitation Basketball meet: Girls' names wore as follows: Willisville 2.1, Cale 9. Rotiston '.IS, Bodcaw !l. Okolona 19. Central 15. Hosston 4.S. Boughton !i. Okolona 39. Willisville 11. Okolona 25. Ros-ston 21. The uame between Rosston and Okalona beiiiR the final i»mic. Okolona winning the trophy by 4 points. The hoys' names were as follows: Hossum-Bucknor (forfeited to Rosston I. Willisville 29. Boughton 9. Bodcaw 31, Central 18. Cale 30. Okolona 19. Rosslon 38, Cale M. Willisville 28, Bodcaw 2f>. Hosston 23, Willisville 19. ..^he game between. Rosston and.Wil- li.sville was the last game of the tournament. Rosston winning the trophy. Small wonder that Jim McDonald scored a touchdown in the first four minutes of Ohio State's game with Illinois. Just before he took the field, the Buckeyes' co-captain and quarterback was given a rousing sendoff by pretty Ellen Morley of Cleveland Heights, homecoming queen. One of the first things affected in age is tin- voice . . . we degenerate into mumblcrs, whisperers, whiners or flannel - mouths. — Gelctt Burgess, author. Washington Defeats Fulton by Score 56-10 The Washington Panthers defeated Fulton High Sehol Tuesday. November 23 on the Panthers home court, the score being 5G-10. Hulsey was high point man. while Crawford of Fulton was high point man for his team. The Panthers arc scheduled to play Columbus Wednesday. December 1. t This lax would be paid by every man, single or married, according to his- income, to take care of those needing alimony.—Mine. Garin Michaelis, Danish lecturer, advocating tax 1 0 aid "divorce children." An increase in subway, autobus and taxi fares became effective in Paris recently. Bears Consider Bowl Opponents Pitt, Ford ham, Alabama Remain Well in Dope Forefront BERKELEY, Calif.~</P)-Thc process of Rose Bowl inntchmaking went on behind a thick veil of secrecy Sunday bui University of Californin athletic officials indicated they were making us much sjxjcd us possible toward selection of UK opponent for their Golden Boars in the New Year's Day football classic ot Pusadena, Although Graduate Manager Kenneth Priestley declined to answer questions, the impression prevailed that he was awaiting replies to informal tiuiurics as to the availability of one or more eastern teams. This has been the customary procedure in the past. The Western team, in this case the undefeated but once- tied Bears, usually sends out feelers to the eastern school of its choice and docs not extend a formal invitation until unofficially assured of its acceptance. "Rcgi.rdless of the hour, day or night, we will announce the name of the chosen team the minute the matter is settled." Priestley said. The virtual windup of the regular grid season Saturday produced few if any new factors to complicate Priest- I ley's selection job. Pitt and Fordhatn, unbeaten but tied by ench other, kept in the picture by trouncing Duke and New York University respectively and according to expectations. Undefeated Alabama, an old hand in Rose Bowl matters, remained well in the dope foreground. Priestley side-stepped questions about Dartmouth, Yale. Minnesota and other alleged dark horse possibilities. Glitteringllifts for Santa's Pack Service Writer Offers Sug-, gestions for Christinas Buyers Bullet Bill Company PHONE 215 to Orville W. Erringer State Manager Hamilton Trust Fund S|K>nsorcd by Hamilton Depositor Corp, Denver, Colorado. INSURE NOW WKh ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure is a formula that cures uieat quickly, (Ms no more tluui lliu old salt method and is much less (rouble. Making all cuts tasty and delicious. The fine flavor with attractive brown cured color makes a more ready sale for those who butcher for nunkct. Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Each Purchase MONTS SEED STORE 110 East Second — —P.™--,--- **. ». f ti - * > fc, Ji,™*flf "SMb i -,,y William VanVorst is shown dragging out of the wilds of Newaygo county, Mich., the first buck killed in that state's first regulated deer hunting season for archer. VanVorst, a Lowen, Mich., bank luiicr, was ono of more than 200 bow and arrow hunters who hud roamed the woods of two Michigan counties since Nov. 1. He used a 70-pound home-made yew bow and drove a 27-inch steel-head arrow through the 115-pound spikehorn buck's lungs. The deer was running at a rapid pace and was about 15 yards from VanVorst when he shot. By ALEXANDER KERIl AP Feature Service Writer NEW YORK.-Saint Nick and the fashion mart have teamed up to produce a wealth of glittering gifts for Christmas. Gold necklaces, clips, cigarette cases and compacts, colored gloves, handled bags-, vivid kerchiefs and leather accessories make a pot-pourri of presents which will dangle from Christmas trees from Maine to California. The new necklaces—very imporlan this year when nearly every woman is wearing them—would make Midas wistful. Good Etruscan and filigree chains, tubular twists and mutiple row.' of beads are glittering and smart Clips are calla lilies, pine cones, acorn clusters and modernistic lube designs —all lacquered in gold. Golden Apple Compact Something new in compacts is a little golden apple about three inches across-, hollowed to hold powder and puff. Loss striking ones are cut in the shape of gold leaves or hearts poirced by cupid'.s dart. Colored gloves—less mad this season than when they first swept across fashion's horizon—are desgined lo make very smart accessories to dark costumes and very welcome Christmas gifts. Velvet, suede and antelope in such hues as Bordeaux red, blue green beige and mustard are the favorites. The smartest new bags have handles —some of them long enough to hang over the shoulder. They are made of suede, crocodile and calf—generally of sober hues—and filled inside with all the accessories they need. Jungle Gifts for Men Colored chiffon—plain, patterned or worked with ineUil threads—are this year's bright answer lo the question of gift handkerchiefs. Many of the smartest gifts for men are of leather. Among them are new "jungle gloves" made of antelope, wild ilonker or water mocassin skin—anything lhat comes from the jungle—anil given a smoothly tailored finish. Alligator and snakeskin make sleek new cigarette cases—long, narrow and closed with a folding flap top—while the smartest evening bill folds are made of black moire. Another of the season's novel Christmas gifts for men is a toilet water with a leater scent. Bullet Bill Patterson, Baylor University's great halfback and pass demon. Foxy Frog- Notice JN THE HEMPSTEAB CHANCERV COt)RT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 9 OF HOPE ARKANSAS ................ PLAINTIFFS vs. NO 5126 DELINQUENT LANDS, LOTS, BLOCKS, OR PARCELS OF LAND AND RAILROAD TRACKS AND RIGHTS OF WAV IN SAID DISTRICT ........ .......................................... DEFENDANTS AND IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURB & GUTTER DISTRICT NO. 5 OF HOPE, , PLAINTIFFS Wee Davvy O'Brien, sensational quarterback of the Texas Christum University grid machine. Most actors worry about how their name will look on a theater marquee when they should be worrying aboui how yood il will look to a bank H-ller on a check.—Frank Mi-Hugh, movie comedian. Our army exists for defense, Inn it' we are attacked we shall answer with the greatest-offensive in history.—War Commissar Voroshilov, Moscow, Hus- sia. Football Champions of Various Sections NEW YORK-i/l'i-Here's a summary of major sectional leaders in Ibis season's college football: Big Ten Conference. Minnesota. Southeastern Conference, Alabama. Southern Conference. North Carolina. Big Six Conference, Nebraska. Southwest Conference, i undecided.) Pacific Coast Conference, California. Rocky Mountain Conference. Colorado U. Eastern "Ivy League." Dartmouth. East (Independent), Pill-Fordham. Eastern "Big Three," Harvard. Service. Army. Major unbeaten and unties teams— Alabama. Santa Clara. Colorado and Lafayette. Major unbeaten but tied teams— Pittsburgh, Konlham, California. Montana and Villanova, each tied twice; Dartmouth and Holy Cross, tied twice. Every father curves his back so that his child may use il fur a ramp to climb to position, honor, fame and lortune.—Judge Michael Angclo Mus- manno, Pittsburgh, case. \ARKANSAS vs. NO. 5125 DELINQUENT LANDS, LOTS BLOCKS', OR PARCELS OF LAND AND RAILROAD TRACKS AND RIGHT'S OF WAY IN SAID DISTRICT NOTICE All persons, firms or corporations laving or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands, lots, blocks, or parcels of land, railroad tracks and rights of way. are hereby notified and warned that separate suits are pending in the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, by the Board of Commissioners of each of the above named districts, to enforce the collection of certain delinquent taxes or assessments to each of the above named districts on the subjoined list ;f land, each supposed owner having been set opposite his or her or its land, together with the amounts severally due from each lot, block, or parcel to the said districts and Board of Commissioners as plaintiffs, to-wit: PARCEL NO. 1 Name of owner as shown by books of district: J. E. Cox (R. M. Beiry) (J. D. Barlow) Description of property: Lots 1, 2, and 3 in Block 5 in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1932, $29.75; 1933, $29.75; 1934 $29751935: §29.75; 1936, $29.75; 1937, S29.75. PARCEL NO. 2 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Dell McRae Denty Description of property: Lot 11 Block 11, in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, S10.00; 1934, $10.00; 1935. $10.001936, $10.00; 1937, $10.00. PARCEL NO. 3 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Arkansas Machine Specialty Company Description of properly: All of Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 East of the Missouri Pacific Railway in Block 13 in the City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933. $87.50; 1935, $87.50. PARCEL NO. 4 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of F. T. Taylor and Naomi Taylor. Description of property: East Half of ot 8 and all of Lots 9 and 10 in Block 13 in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years ind in amounts as follows: 1933, $32.00; 1934, $32.00; 1935 53200- 19,'iG, $32.00; 1937, $32.00. PARCEL NO. 5 Nnme of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of T. A. Turner. Description of Property: Block 13, City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1934. $28.25; 1936, $42.50; 1937, $42.50. PARCEL NO. G Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of Amanda V. Campbell. Description of property: Lot 10 and West Half of Lot 11. Block 19, City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, 516.75; 1934, $16.75; 1935, $16.75; 1936, $10.75; 1937, $16.75. PARCEL NO. 7 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of Artie Newcomb. Description of properly: 31ock 20. City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years «md in amounts as follows: 1930, Slli.75; 1931, $16.75; 1932, $16.75; 1933, $16.75; 1934, 516.75; 1935, $16.751936. $16.75; 1937, $16.75. PARCEL NO. 8 Name of owner as shown by books of listrict: Horace Cooper. Description of property: Part of Lot , Slavack Adcln. described as follows; child custody Bc g m n j nfi at the SW corner of Lot 3, SANTA CLAUS and COMPANT r .WtlR AMD POLLY HAVS JUST M6T THElg pup RAU, CAP'N SO-LLICK.V.WHOWAS SAILED THE SEVEN SEAS WITH reiser FLffPO, HIS P6T sm» IT is JUST A MPNTH BEFORE XMAS". , . , , •SOISEZTOSAHTACIAUS, I SEZ -AHOY, MATE -THIS HERE Toy CCWRANy OF VOR'NISSITTIN'TOOMPCH ., PER A MAM OF VoRE 7 ASH-NOW LISTEN- (Registered U. S. Patent Office) Slavack Addn., thence Northeasterly along tin? South line of said Lot 3, 150 fr.. thence North 17% degrees West 150 ft. lo the point of beginning, thence West 17'/a degrees South to the East line of North Hazel St., thence South nlong the East line of said Haze"] St., to the Southwest corner of said Lot 1, thence Easterly along the South line of said Lot 1, 150 ft., thence North 17% ilegrees West lo the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1931, $1.25; 1932, $1.25; 1933, $125; 1934, $1.25; 1935, $1.25; 1936, SI 25; 1937, 51.25. PARCEL NO. 9 Name of owner as shown by books of district: x J. A. Taylor Estate. Description of property: Part of NEy-jSW'/) Sec. 28 Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner of Block 3, City of Hope, and run North 17% degrees West 60 ft. to the North line of 4th St., thjnce East 171/2 degrees North along the North line of 4th St. 209 ft. to point of DEFENDANTS Beginning, thence North 17% degrees West 124 ft. thence East 17% degrees North to a point 70 ft. West and 17% degrees North of the West line of North Hazel St., thence South 17% degrees West 4 ft. thence East 17% degrees North 70 ft. to the West line of North Hazel St., thence Southerly along the West line of said Hazel St. 120 ft., thence West 17% degrees South 100% ft., lo the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts ac follows: 1932. $18.75; 1933, 518.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935. $18.75; 1936, $18.75; 1937, $18.75 PARCEL NO. 10 Name of owner as shown by books o district: Newt Little. Description of property: Part o NEVo SWVi Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg 24 W. described as follows: Beginnin, at the NW corner of Block 3, City o Hope, run thence North 17% degree West to the North line of 4th St thence East 17% degrees North alon the North line of 4th St. 134 ft. to tli point of beginning, thence East 171 degrees North 75 ft., thence North 17V degrees West 150 ft., thence West 17V degrees South 75 ft., thence South 17V degree East 150 ft. to the point of be ginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1932, $11.25; 1933, $11.25; 1934, $11.25 1935, S11.25; 1936, $11.25; 1937. $11.25 PARCEL NO. 11 Name of owner as shown by books o district: Berry Sanders. Description of property: Part o -.EMi SW'/i Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W.. described at follows: Beginning at the NW corner of Block 3, City o: Hope, thence North 17% degrees Wes 160 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East 17% degrees North 134 ft.,, thence North 17% degrees West 50 ft., thence West 17 % degrees South 134 ft., thence South 17% degrees East 50 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1931. $3.75; 1932, $3.75; 1933, $3.75 1934, $3.75; 1935, $3.75; 1936, $3.75; 1937. $3.75. PARCEL NO. 12 Name of owner as shown by books of district: J. A. Sullivan (stucco apartment iiouse) Description of property: Part of MW"/4 S\V>/i Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner, Block 5, City of Hope, thence North 17% degree West 429 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East 17% degrees North along the South line of 5th St. 142 ft. thence South 17% degrees East 83 ft., thence West 17% degrees South 142 ft. to the East line of Elm Street., thence North 17% degrees West along the East line of Elm St. 83 ft. lo the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $31.25; 1934, $31.25; 1935. 531.25; 1937, $31.25. PARCEL NO. 13 Name of owner as shown by books of district: First National Bank (Fay F. Sadler) Description of property: Part of NEl'4 SW',-4 Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner, Block 5, City of Hope, thence North 17% degrees West along The East line of Ebn St. 286 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East 17% degrees North 142 ft., thence North 17% degrees West 60 ft., thence West :7% degrees South 142 ft. to the East ine of Elm St., thence South 17% de- jrees East along the East line of Elm St. 60 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years ind in amounts as follows: 1932, $18.75; 1933, $18.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935. $18.75; 1936, $10.00; 1937, $10.00. PARCEL NO. 14 Name of owner us shown by books of district: First National Bank iW. C. Taylor) Description of property: Part of NEVi SW'4 Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described as follows: Beginning at Lot 12, Lot 3, the NW corner. Block 5, City of thence North 17% degrees west the East line of Elm St 226 ft. point of beginning, thence EdS*,*. degrees North HZ ft., thence NoMH It degrees West 60 ft. thence WeM t?% degrees South 142 ft., thence South 17% degrees East along the East ifoe.ot Elm St. 60 ft., to the point o£ tfc* ginning. Delinquent in each district tot yeats and in amounts as follows: 1933, $18.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935, $!8.t5; 1936. $18.75; 1937, $18.75. PARCEL NO. 15 Name of owner as shown by books "of district: Mrs. Jennie Barlow, Description of property; Part of'NVfc SW'/4 Sec. 28 Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W. described as follpws: Beginning at the: NE corner Block 6, City of Hope, thence North 17% degrees West along the West line of Elm St, 549 ft. ttieiice West 17% degrees South 158 ft. to the point of beginning, thence South 1T% degrees East 267 ft. thence West 17% degrees South to the E&t line of £|h extension of Vine St. (now Louisiana St.) thence Northerly along the ISfcst line of said extension of Vine St. ,267 ft. thence East 17% degrees North\to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1934, $1.25; 1936, $1.25; 1937, ?1.25. ( All persons, firms, and corporations interested in -any of the said property are hereby warned and notified that they are required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suits, or the same will be taken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered in each of said suits, directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said delinquent taxes or assessments, together with the payment of interest, penalty, attorney's fees and court costs adjudged against each tract. The amount of the delinquencies for each year in one of the said districts is the amount shown. A like amount exists in the other district, as these districts cover the same territory, and the same delinquencies exist against the property in each district. WITNESS My hand and the seal of the Cliancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, this 19 day of'-November. 1937. RALPH BAILEY Clerk of Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas'. -ALL HOME OWNER^-r We Invite Your Inquiry ' •-•• TERMITE CONTROL At Reasonable Prices Home Service Co. -' Hope Roy Allison, Mgr. Ark. A Complete Line —of— Yardley's Old English Lavender Toiletries—Bond Street Perfume. "XMAS SETS" See Our Window JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Rexall Store ghonc 63 Delivery COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which 1 firm has served this community for thirty years has been duly. Bonded to handle GOVERNMENT LOANS. Immediately upon receipt from yo»» at (liis office of the Warehouse receipts and samples, we will class the cotton and have check available immediately. Information will be gladly hirn,- islied upon request. E. C. BROWN PHONE 240 GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver By RING COLE J JEST iLpOKlT THIS f UTTER I GOT FROM s SAHTA GLAUS ( THIS CALL NUMBERS -1 "II

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