Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 28, 1935 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 28, 1935
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Under fay at Chevrolet tor increased production,} I Awarding to W. E. ttoller, vice pres-1 ,ld«nt attd general sales manager, ^Chevrolet dealer* will have the ad,, vantage of an ample supply of the new I models from the very start of the new frcv « t selling year. j ilB0*000 Of H6W Models tO ."««e« willIbcrn* shortage of models SKyvwwv vi ' this ycari ^d Mr. Holler. "We have 56 Completed Dy J&nCl not only got under full sway long in • of October advance of the auto shows, but we I have, in addition, the advantage of r ,'f*M* ChewMet Motor company, pre* a 23 per cent increase in our produc- : iftfofvlfr 1he introduction of Its 1936 «™ <«P*^. both in assembly plants ''UfaS m November 2, has reopened "*» l " ™ tac(o , ncs ™ kln S * n & { ™*< CslMtsv manufacturing plants and Its. transmissions, axles, and other units ,l|'*Scmbly plants, and will have 1 "The^nthusiastic reception accorded ibullt Miore than 65,000 units by the end > 6ur * j models by our own '"eld * tSfiteber ' forces, during their convention in De/ 'l!8i«Stoles for November and De, 1 ^"- is n ™ teta « repeated, in every •--•**•- " for i i' •*<> Monday, October 28* tO ^ •f £iV - ^Introductory day for the 1936 r°l't »»« *"« « S^ 01 J° b » ' s ncw *e and standard models, Chevrolet ^rs. and they all are enthusiastic over &fkiais say, will find every one of the business prospecs. We fee that £f company's 10.000 dealers stocked the pubbe ^11 be just as responsive to , with Sy ears and in a position to fur 1«* ears when they g o on pub- .tefce orders for immediate deliveries, llc dls P la y N 0 ^^ 2 ' , It is expected that sales in November attd December, months that here- ' f\ tofore have been dull, will be brisk. | £ under the impetus of the new model' announcement, and the large automobile shows, formerly held after January 1. The former show dates were not conductive to large selling, coming as they did in the coldest months of the year. This year's shows open •with two whole months of pleasant weather remaining, and it is the industry's belief that many motorists will,buy new models at once. ' Employment is increasing rapidly * Chevrolet plants, as the supply of and bodies for the new models increases daily. The change over from " 1935 models to 19356 models was completed early in October, after a brief shutdown during which plants were Slain in N.Y. Gang Warfare ^w SA lf(>, !>• $50 to $500———AUTO LOANS . On Cars and Trucks Highest Prices Paid for COTTON TOM KINSER Cardui Pain Relief ilso Strengthening ; For Weak Women .«Failure to receive proper nourishment from the food they eat is believed to cause many women to have monthly suffering which stronger women escape. 'Promptly relieving certain functional pain, and (by its continued use) strengthening the entire system.— Cardui has won the praise of thou- Pair Found Shot to Death in Doorway of Manhattan Apartment House NEW YORK.—(/P)—Gang guns blazed away again Monday, leaving two men seriously wounded in the doorway of an apartment house. Police started an investigation to determine if the ambuscade had any connection with last week's gang warfare in which five mobsters, including the notorious Dutch Schultz, were exterminated. Monday's victims were: Hugo Gar- aldo. 25; and Joseph Fegno, 24. rt« i» «tt fcn thfeif «rtky syst ? m h * 9 Weft »*»tof«d. Laydtert may not hftall of the inspirational .g tate nute KollowiiiK Hie example spl by his nnmcpake-niiccslnrs. Brig- bam You us V, shown in New York just biM'oro ho sailed, will travel through Huropc In spreud tin- gospel of the- Church of I^iit- li-r Day Saints (Mormon). Thirty missionaries are ncconipaiiyiiif: Young, who says that cvpry .5 years in the last century a Brigham Young has gone ubroucl to s'M've. his missionary term in England, Tl»e soft-Spoken lowati may not be the pUy maker that Rockne was, nor match his bench Strategy, but no coach ever was more thorough. i Irish Tenm No Longer Stutter* and Stutters I The experinccd Notre Dame s^uad really should have defeated Pittsburgh worse than it did. The masterful Jock Southcrlam! took a young Panther arrny-a half dozen sophomores started and played the greater part of the 60 minutes —a tremendous distance for this Stage of the season, but the thing pointing to a rosier Notre Dame future is that the Irish played sound' football and revealed the fight nnd dash and fire of Golden Dome athletes who wrote gridiron history. i Tills Notre Dame team came from behind and did not sputter and stutter near the goal line as Irish aggregations of the past four years had a habit of doing. Notre Dame was twice within Pittsburgh's 30-yard line, and scored on each occasion. Layden made considerable progress in obtaining his bearings in his inaugural year as chief of the South i Bend forces. In Notre Dame's early ! engagements this fall there were un- mistagable signs that the outfit was Centennial Session (Continued from page one) i a. bit;of pain, cramping and bad feeling and this made me extremely nervous,'" writes Mrs. H. Anglada, of ••'Biloxi, Miss. "A friend recommended Cardui and I commenced using it right away. Cardui did me so'much good—built me up and I was much'better in every way. I took twelve bottles in all. I am glad I heard of Cardui." Of course, if Cardui does not benefit church law, effective for the first time this sesssion. requires a presiding elder who has served four consecutive years to serve some other field for four years before he again may become presiding elder. While regulations impose no time limit for the pastorate, custom usually ordains a change at the close of a four year period, the traditional limit. Men who have served the same charge for this period or longer are: Eli Craig, Cotter; W. P. Whaley, Paris; E. W. Faulkner, MDrrilton; R. E. Wilson, Pottsville circuit; E. C. Brown, Lavaca; Elisha Dyre, East Side, Van Buren; J. A. Womack, First Church, Van Buren; J. J. Decker, Aubrey (5 years); Grover Sutherland, Blytheville circuit; H. Lynn Wade. First Church, Jonesboro: E. K. Sewell, Marion, (7 years); E. L. Boyles, East Side, Paragould; W. J. Williams, Smithville (5 years); J. F. Glover, Augusta. , FIRST DOWN -AND THEN SOME BY HARRY ' GRA.YSON I SOUTH BEND, Ind-For the first time since 1031, v/hen the Irish bogged ' down to close Hunk Anderson's first year as senior coach by being edged ! out by Southern California and beaten by Army, Notre Dame men today feel positive that the Old Gold and Light Blue definitely has been restored to its position at or near the head of the pigskin procession. I The 9-G victory over Pittsburgh, | against which Notre Dame had not | scored in three consecutive contests, | was the first definite proof that Grade | A football has come back at South Bend. As Elmer Layden, the thin Horseman cf 1924, who was called home • from Duquesne to put his alma mater i back on the right track, says, "No- I tre Dame still has a long way to go." | However, the important point is that I going somewhere. That Notre Dome men and the public, Which had come to expect so much of Irish bands, appreciated this Was made Clear by the crowd of 51,000 which saw the young men of Layden finally overtake and pass Pittsburgh. It was the largest throng in the comparatively new Notre Dame Stadium since the dramatic and heartbreaking defeat by Southern California in 1931. Notre Dame Spirit Flames Anew With Peters' Place Kick And the Norte Dame spirit flamed anew with the mammoth Marly Peters' place kick from the 37-yard line with only four minutes left to play. No such demonstration has been seen on the shores of St. Mary's Lake since the old days. Notre Dame has regained Its football poise under Layden. The current edition of the Irish plays heads up football. Wild Will Shakespeare and Andy Pilney, developed by Layden, a dependable kicker himself, averaged 41 yards on eight punts as against 34 for the Pittsburgh booters in 10. Shakespeare, now a corking back, pulled his club out of a deep hole in the second period with a punt from his own end zone that traveled 70 yards in the air over the head of u surprised Leon Shodlosky, the Pittsburgh safety man, and rolled all the way to the Panther 10-yard chalk mark tot n total dlstanc6 of nearly 100 yards from where it was kicked, A tleyer piece of defensive work by Wntly PfomhaH, Notre Dame safety man, prevented Pittsburgh from scoring midway In the opening quarter, when Hub Random* went wide around Wayne Millner's end for 62 yards. There wore three interferes In front of the flying Rnndour, nnd Fromhart used splendid judgment In fading back with them, pinning them to the sideline, and slowing them down, until Shakespeare could catch Randour 'rom behind. Pittsburgh's Most Effective Play Checked Between llnlvcs Pittsburgh employed Oils wide end run with great success throughout the first half, when Millner floated out with the piny and was boxed. Layden checked this, when he talked to his warriors between halves. Thereafter, Millner smashed into the interference, laving the carrier to Vic Wojcihovskl nnd Fred Carideo. It then remained for Fromhart's alertness to win for Notre Dame. On Feterc' place kick, Henry Pojmnn, the center, was instructed to pass the bal Ion the second number. Peters had just informed Fromhart, who held the ball, that he was all set. and the blond quarterback had barely opened his mouth to call the first number when the ball was rifled back. "I just happened to see it coming oul of the corner of my eye," beams Fromhart. By such narrow margins arc gridiron glgantlcs captured. Notre Dame suffers heavily by graduation next June, but there will be unlimited talent held over from the present first squad of 84 and four "B" teams, not to mention the incoming sophomores, and a half dozen hall teams, where a varsity man is found every now nnd then. Rest assured, Notre Dame will take care of Itself In the future, nnd then some. The seed is being sown again. Meanwhile, don't miss the Ohio State battle at Columbus on November 2, the most promising and important of the year—if you can buy, beg, or Don't Sleep on Left Side—Affects Heart If stomnch GAS prevents sleeping on right stele try Adlcrikn. One close brings out poisons nnd relieves gns pressing on heart so you sleep soundly all night. John S. Gibson Drug Co. Get the World on a CROSLEY All-Wave RADIO Tubes Tested Free Houston Electric Shop bdrfow a ehlcnt. Ohio State has plen Notre Dame, which fooks so nat back In the football sun. lenty, but so hf Get Rid o Malaria! Banish Chills and Fcve To conquof Malaria, you must do twol Unrips. (!) Destroy the Infection in the) blood. (2) Build up the blood to overcome the effects and to foitify *K»lnst further attack. There is one medicine th»t docs these two thirds and that I* Gfove'n Tasteless Chill Tonic I The tasteless quinine in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic d«- j stroys the malarial infection in the blootlj while the iron builds up the blood. Thousands of people have conquered Malaria with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. In addition to being a noted reri " cdy for Malaria, It is also an excelle tonic of general use. Grove's Tasteli Chill Tonic is pleasant to take and ci tains nothing harmful. Even children f it and they can take it safely. For i by all drug stores. Now two sizes—J nnd $1. The ?1 size contains V/j time much as the SOc size and jives you more for your money. NOTICE OF REVISION OP ASSESSMENT YOU, consult a physician. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat the Board of Assessors of Street Im- its NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENT CLEANED THE Odorless Way Our special process cleans thor- ; oujfhly, freshens the colors and strengthens the fabrics. Minor Repairs Free of Charge Hall Brothers PHONE 385 provement District No. 11, and —adv. Annex No. 1, and the Board of Assessors of Curb & Gutter District No. 7, and its Annex No. 1 (South Main Street Districts), in the City of Ho' Arkansas, will meet at the City Hall '£~^ at ten o ' cioc k A. M. Friday, m the City of Hope, Arkansas, at two j ^ 22m , day o£ Novem ber, 1935, for o'clock P. M., on Friday, the 22nd day the purpose o[ revising and rcadjust- of November, 1935, for the purpose of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. fl of Hope, Arkansas, and the Board of Assessors of Curb & Gutter District No. 5 of Hope, Arkansas, (North Side Districts) \vill meet at the City Hall in Hope, Ar- Gas Heaters Ranges Circulators Eaoy Terms Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical Phone 259 revising and readjusting the assessment of benefits against the real property in said Districts and said Annexes. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of assessment, or change in values whatsoever, may appear before the said Boards and make application therefor, and the same will be considered. The said Boards may also consider revisions on their own motion. DATED This 21st day of October, 1935. R. R. CORNELIUS C. F. ROUTON THOMAS KINSER Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 11, and its Annex No. 1; and also of Curb & Gutter District No. 7, and its Annex No. 1 of Hope, Arkansas. Oct. 21, 28 ing the assessment o£ benefits against the real property in said districts. Any pcrscn desiring any revision or j readjustment of assessment, or change in values whatsoever, may appear before the said Boards and make application therefor, and same will be considered. The said Boards may also consider revisions on their own motion. DATED This 21st clay of October, 1935. LEX WOLFF C. E. TAYLOR L. B. BREED Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 9; and Also of Curb & Gutter District No. 5 of Hope, Arkansas. 21, 28. Oct. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. Whaf • ever your needs, we can nerve them. Star Publishing i COMPANY | That Makes mi i Impression" i WASHIN K = yv DAMP WASH SERVICE- NEUON-HUCKINI LAUNDRY • C O M P- A N'V Stop That Cough WITH CHERROSOTE The best remedy fur simple coughs and gastric fermentative we have. 8 oz. Bottle 60c JOHN S, GIBSON Drug Company The Rexall Store Phone 63 Delivery SINCLAIR INDEXED LUBRICATION ^oiir Car sdcn ifitally lubricut- | ed from manufacturer's specification chart. Service Station NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority und directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the 3rd day of October, A. D. 1935 in a certain cause (No. 2953) then pending therein between The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, Missouri, A corporation, complainant, and T. J. Fambrough, ct al, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vc-nduo to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the Court House in the town of Washington, Arkansas, in the County of Hemp- btjad, within the hours prescribed by lav/ for judicial .sales, on Saturday, the 9th day of November, A. D. 1935, the following described real estate, to-wit: The East Half (E 1 ,-) of the South- cast Quarter (SE'/ti of Section Five (5), the North two-thirds (N 2/3) of the Northwest Quarter <NW'/i> of the Northwest Quarter iNW'.i) of Suction Nine <'J>, the East one-third (E 1.3) of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of the Northwest Quarter (NW'/i) cf Section Nine (9); all in Township Fourteen (14) South, of Range Twenty-four (24; West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing in all one hundred and twenty (120) acres, more or less, in Hempstead County. Arkansas. TERMS OF SALS: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in ;sLiid cause, with ap- nrovcd security, bearing interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this llth day of October, A. D. 1935. DALE JONES Commissioner in Chancery SATURDAY, NOV. 2 NEW VROIET The only complete low-priced ca m. beyond aJJ previous standards of safety WILL RE ON 11181'LAY AT 7CHEVROLET/J ALL CHEVROLET DEALERS

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