Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1937 · Page 5
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Thursday, December 0.193? *'' ' " ' -'"'• ' '' '• "" ' - -=.-: •'•*-:• _-,, . .„.._ . BS tn the rush for raw materials, almost nny notion would sell its birthright for n moss of potash. Now that the tuxedo season is fully in. clothes will ninko the mm) long for the tic tlint doesn't bind. Britain's now wnr urmnr has a chip on its shoulder but Italy, Germany mid Jnpan will sweur up uml down it's riveted fast. All tlint. h;\K saved Mussolini from n imijor war is Ihc fact thnt no fearless opponent has yet conn? tip with an order to "fire when you see the whites of his eye's." Merchants: Order HANES From BEAL-BURROW Dry Goods Co. Little Rock, Ark. Takes This Gridder Six Weeks to Travel Prom^Sub" to All-America Charles A. Sweeney, a Substitute Player, Replaces Captain of Notre Dame Team and'Then Is Chosen an All-American HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS By (lie Al» Feature Service SOUTH BEND.-Put aside those Ho ratio Alger fables, you day dreamers anil listen to the story of Chuck Sweeney, who jumped from subsliluti to All-America in six weeks. Once upon u time, when the footbnl season began at Notre Dnme, n husk) Ii-Lshinmi named Charles A. Sweenej was a second-string end. The outlook for him wasn't too bright, for Caplair Joe Zwers had the first-team job. But, like all Irish lads, Sweeney kept plugging. He hit hard and true when given a chance, tmd lo and lie- hold, it wasn't long before Chuck was on the field and the captnn on the bench. He got his opportunity, cashed ii and held on. Captain Zwers couldn'i oust him. In his second starting game, Chuck drove through a fourth period snow storm to tackle Navy's Alan McFarland behind the goal for the safety that gave Notre Dnmo n 9-7 triumph. Just a week later he blocked n Minnesota kick for point after touchdown. This gave the South Benders a 7-G victory. He "won" his third game of the season when he blocked a Northwestern punt and recovered for a touchdown. Notre Dame won, 7-0, Chuck is one of those opportunists who always seems to be at the right spot at the right time. All-Americii selection, regarded by most pJayers as football's top honors, generally goes to seniors who, after distinguishing themselves during two previous seasons, conclude their playing tenure in remarkable fashion. But Sweeney has shown that a player virtually unknown as a sophomore or junor, and a captain's substitute at Lhe outset of his senior year can make the All-America, l<) the eytent of $4.425 and is o-.'l for more of (he Miami golfing golf). Ho not only is the top money winner but holds the tournament record score with the 281 he shot to take first place in 1935. Cooper fiends Gold Grabbers Smith nncl Slmfe, the hitter the P. O. A. champion the lost two years, .should he counted upon to make a battle for Ouldahl in his title defense. Others the defending champion fears particularly are "Lighthorso Harry" Cooper, leading money winner of the year to date with SHOOO; Henry Picard; "Slammin 1 Sam" Sncad, and Jimmy Thomson. Guklahl is third in total winnings from the Miami Biftmorc with $3,827 and Shute, fifth, with $3,460. Gene Sarnzen is in second place with $4,393; Willie Masfarhme, fourth, with $3,508, and Paul Runynn, sixth, with $2,928. The Washington naval agreement of 1924 limited the sie of aircraft carriers to 27,000 tons. PAGE . . < MISTER, don't suffer with chill* and chattering teeth. When Old Man Winter Btnrls dishing.out chilly sauce for your gooseflesh, get into HANES Underwear! Slide your feet through the legs of a Heavyweight Champion . . . draw its sleeves onto your nrms . . . button up and feel the comfortable warmth in its soft, luxurious snugness. Mister, when you get into this underwear, you're weatherproofed for Winterl HANES gives you another kind of comfort, too—freedom from pinching and pulling. You can stretch your arms ... sit and cross your legs . . . nothing cuts or binds! Buttons, buttonholes, cuffs, and seams are sewed for keeps—not to keep your wife sewing! See a dealer today. A nearby dealer hat HANES Union-Suit., SI up ... Shlrln and Drawers from /Be . . . Boys' Union-Suits, 75c . . . Merrichild Sleepers, 79c. Also WINTER SETS {the new thirtt and hnil l/iorfj HluMtruteJ at right), 55c to Tic each. P. H. Hanca Knit- tins Co., Wlniton-Salem, N. C. THE ANTI-FREEZE UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS MERCHANT^: ORDER YOUR HANES FROM MEMPHIS,TENN. Hungry Golfers Seek Miami Gold Nation's Pros Gather at Coral Gables for Big Prize Money By PAUL SIMMONS AP Feature Service Writer CORAL GABLES, Fin—Golfers have to eat. They also lay out a pretty penny for that dapper toggery they wear, their shot-making equipment, transportation, hotel bills ct cetera. These are some of the reasons the sharpshooters turn Miamiward about this time of the year, the hard glint of pars and birdies in their eyes. There are a lot of square meals in the rich kitty Col. Henry L. Doherty dangles before them every year in the $10,000 Miami Biltmore open. Colonel Doherty, president of the Florida Year-Round clubs, has been pretty good to tho links brigade. All through the depression he kept up the the big purses and in seven years has lined the pockets of the nation's pros with a total of $95,000 in prize money. Ouldahl Would Repeat High in the list of those whetting their strokes to carve out hunks of the big purse December 10-13 arc Ralph Guklahl. Horton Smith and Denny Shute. Guklahl, the National Open champion, who carried away tho $2,500 lion's share of the 1936 Miami Biltmore prize, is counting on this to be n rcpcatci year. Smith has dipped into the prize money distributed during the last siy years HELP 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES To Flu«h out Acid» and Other Poitonous Waite Dm-trm. siiy y.mr kiiln;;.™ ciminiii I.', MjJrai vl wrong wj()i ymir ki<lm'\H i All OM'CVrt (,I HPJlls ) Hie cyi'S, lifiuliirlira unrl lii ' ' , nfsn ,,:„""'' ?'""•' A "J< rt vo '» r ''''"Win fur Drain's I ills, mm! sin'1'iMKfnlly by imUimiH f,, r over 4(1 years. 1 licy i;ivr happy ri-lii-f urn! will |,Hi, tho I/I All ™ ,,f Ulm.y tiibM flush out |,,,i,,!,,t,,,, .yame Iruin ymir Uuqd. tjet JJijali's i'ills. GLACE CHERRIES OR PINEAPPLE 39c Pound—Bulk Package A& P BREAD White or Wheat SLICED 16 ounce LOAF 7c I O N A COR N—No. 2 Can. 9c QUEEN ANN MINCE MEAT—Package White House MILK 3 Tall 6 Small Cans JOc 20c SHELLED PECAN S—Pound 35c PORK & BEANS IONA—Pound Can 5c BULK C O C O A N U T—Pound 19c A&P PUMPKIN—No. 2«/ 2 Can IGc ENGLISH WALNUTS- -Lb. Package 15c FLOUR S 1 Peerless Lb, $-f.29 Sack UGAR Pure Cane $1-35 • I — Sack SALAD DRESSING IONA Quart Jar 25c Shortening "Mrs. Tucker" Pound Carton • O®••«••««< PRODUCE DEPARTMENT ETTUCE Head 4c Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 3 For IOC JONATHAN APPLES 2 DO, 19c POTATOES 101 ISc CELERY Stalk IGc Texas Seedless O R A N G E S—Dozen. California ORANGE S—Dozen. CARROTS Bunch ' MARKET DEPARTMENT SEA FOODS Fish Cutlets Seasoned Ready to Cook "BILLETS 40 Fathom CHEESE Wisconsin Full Cream Lb. 25c K. C. BABY BEEF SEVEN ROAST or STEAK Pound LOIN or ROUND STEAK Pound LOAF MEAT, Fresh Ground 1C A Pure Meat—Pound I9C SHOULDER, 21c I CHOPS 25c K SAUSAGE L, 21c SEA FOODS WHITING Ready to Cook CAT FISH The Best in Motor OMs Gold Seal 100% Penu., qt _. 25c The New Sterling Oil, qt 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Hope—Open Day & Kite M^JM^KK^X^J*^ Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure is a formula that cures meat quickly, costs no more (luin (he old salt method and is much less trouble. Waking all cuts tasty and delicious. The fine flavor with attractive brown cured color makes a more ready sale for those who butcher for market. Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Each Purchase MONTS SEED STORE 110 East Second Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 "Monogrammed" Stationery, Billfolds, Bibles, Brief Cases, your name on Fountain Puns, Pencils, Stationery and Leather (Joods "FREE" when purchased frcin us, A Complete Ciift Line JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Rcxall Store Phone 63 Delivery Logs, Blocks and Bolts We urn in the market for White Oak, Ovemip, Burr Oak, Red Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum ami Black Gum Blocks Oak, Ash and Fine Bolts, For Prices and Specifications Apply fo Hope Heading SHRIMP Jumbo Cooked OYSTERS Louisiana Selects PICNIC SHOULDERS Armours Star LJb, 19c Company PHONE 245 CALL NUMBER 8 The Woods Are Full of Sales on "UNKNOWN MAKE" Clothes BUT JUST LOOK AT THIS Hart Suits . ScViaffoer & Marx and Griffon Overcoats Off Price BEGINNING FRIDAY Hundreds of World Famous HART SCHAFFER & MARX and GRIFFON SUITS and OVERCOATS. This is the Sale Season . . . Sales to the right of you . . . Sales to the left of you .. But what good is a Sale if you don't know who made the garments? Suits l /2 Price All the suits and overcoats in the event are made by Hart Schaffner&Markand Griffon. You'll save p-1-e-n-t-y in this sale. The reductions are sleep ... the selections include hundreds of choice worsteds, cheviots, cashmeres; both sport and regulal models. All of these suits are hand tailored. Extra trousers can be had with most suits for $5.95. No Alterations-No Exchanges-Cash Only-Every Sale Final Every Overcoat in our stock is reduced 1/3. Styles and models for Men and Young Men, for large and small men. The season's finest patterns, fabrics and colors. Wrap-a- Rounds, Half Belts, Plain Back models, in Blues, Browns, Greys, and Oxford Mix. Both double and single breasted models, This group of overcoats includes the famous '^Rambler" by Hart Schaffner & Marx, and the genuine "Alpagora" from the far corners of the earth, Get yourself a new suit and overcoat while these drastic price reductions are still in ef* feet and the selection of patterns and models are complete. Hope Ark.

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