Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1941 · Page 6
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o* . tefet Attst ft moment, ki to the cook' «tt youM * aft that camp kettle you g& so mttch dust ih the si "'"See* here, my iadr yotir bus* to. serve yout country. 1 ' "Yes ,but not to eat it" in Philadelphia operates tei' granted by George 11, ftd In 1751. Ilieve COLDS LIQUID TABLETS SALVE NOSE DROPS COUGH DROPS "Kt»6-Mr-Tism"-a Wonderful Llnlmtnl \elieves NASAL IRRITATION due fo colds stuffy a Iris* swHSe.- MENTHOLATUM fring us your Sick WATCH* RSpeedy recovery guaranteed. lln epaor service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE «. '218 South Walnut Plumbing Repairs [Harry W. Shiver Phone 259 AUTOMATIC >Vater Heaters jik if^ i *« * Coach Reviews Grid Season Tells Handicap of Team or Kiwanis Meeting Coach' Poy Hamrnohs told the Hop Kiwanis Club in their Tuesday noon day luncheon that this years Hope High School football team was in many .respects the greatest he ha coached in his 23 years in that cap acity. • Calling attention to the fact tha due to the large number of boys working after school and on Saturdays tha the largest number ever to come ou for football this year was 19, which later deceased to as low a number a: 14, with only one substitute back field man, he said, that the lack o reserves lost Hope many games pointing out that they were always stronger in the first half. The coach said that in the seven years he has coached here the average number coming out for football has been 40. Coach Hammons also said that this years team was the smallest line he had ever coached. Four men in the line weighed less than 140 pounds "Our most difficult problem in coaching this year was to encourage the boys and make them believe they could win. We began the season with only five boys who had played football last year," the.coach added. Next years prospects are brighter with 12 hold overs, he said. • Guests in the meeting Tuesday were Lt. Richards, of the Southwestern Proving Ground, and Aubrey Mc- Caskilend, Texarkana. Proving Ground (Continued From Page One) ^^^"'•"""•^^•"•••"•^"^^"•^^^•S^»JB5HK5S35iSSiii3 Tank Stopped—But School Still Keeps .$0 100 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 James bouterlock . John Hogfan A. F. Bohannon ., Chns PatteraoH Andrew Jones if. C. Frierson J. D. Williams Jeffle L. McKillion Moses Stuart co Jflmes Star ......................... "'" ..... 25 Marvin Thomns ..... '.. .................. K F. A. Tyus ................. .............. 55 T. S. Smith ................... ZZ'" l'oo John Lakn ............................. ' J'QQ Floyd Taulson .......... .............. so Carl Gilbert ...................... — LOO £°y Lt<yne ....................... , ........ Ii00 Mrs. Sam Schooley . 1 oo J. R. Shelton ...... . ................ Z[ LOO ". <l. Johnson ........................ LOO A. B. Rcorham . . . i oo n' ,?' Tr cfeath °n ...1ZZ.Z 1.00 Curtis Buttrum ......... i oo Fred C. Moore ..... .............. i 'nn W. H. Bobbins ....... ................... ion W. C. Bridges ....... ZZZZ 1.M E. P. McDonald ........... & J. P. Blnckwell ..... '" I.'OQ £• Moody ....................... ZZ."; LOO C. Murphy .. . 25 9- «p r lfe ............... ZZIZZ 1.00 J. Snndifer ...................... 55 D. E. Evan .......... ZZ ............... l'oo Mclvin Burke ...... .............. I'OQ ^^^^ children across wrecked span. Done Up Browne gnated materials as well as an ordinary blaze indicate the care and effic- I lency with which the equipment has been selected. Not confining its activities to extinguishing a blaze once it has started, the department is charged with he intensive patrol system which has been inaugurated in the area. Once each day and night, the fire patrol inspects each and every building and irea on the reservation. Watch is cept for all potential fire hazards, such as accumulations of trash, oil soaked refuse, and all conditions which might possibly become . the Complete Stock of Lovely VanRwIte HOSIERY These Iqvely silk hose in 2, 3, 4, and 7 thread are in Jong and-medium lengths and teen's tor the junior girls. Sizes 8£ to 10i Winter's most popylgr shades. This forlorn figure is George E Browne, one-time labor racketeer de luxe, whose specialty was shaking down the movie industry. The resigned president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes is pictured entering federal building in New.York to receive an eight-year prison sentence. Cross Hits $3,026 Mark Chairmen Continue to Report Success in Drive Reports from chairmen of the Hempstead Rod Cross drive Tuesday showed collections of ?228.25 making a total of 53,026.70. Donations follow: W. E. Callahan Construction Company Previously Reported $279845 D. E. Seline _ l.oo Johnny Bell ' starting point of a flame. Placed at strategic points in the area are located some three hundred water barrels and buckets, as well as approximately seven hundred chemical fire extinguishers in the buildings. Every ban-el and every seal on the extinguishers is checked day and night to make sure that the barrels are full and that the chemical tanks are ready for instant servcie. It is said by officials of the fire department that this method of eliminating many possible sources of trouble before a blaze begins can avoid much fire loss and be of material aid in speeding the program of national defense. ><3n Rqglte Silk 1,25 Van Rqqlte Nylon Wr'1.79' HARL.ES A. HAYNES CO. Op Main Street Ark. DRS. CHAS. A. & ETTA E CHAMPLIN Osteopathic Physicians HOPE, ARKANSAS 404 South Elm St. Telephone 459 ALLIEP PATTERIES As low As 53.49 Ex. (Batteries Recharged SOc) OWehpma Tire fe Supply Co. Associate Store Bob Elmore, Owner — Hope E. J. Atkinson _____________ 1.00 Al Cole __________ ............ __ i oo H. P. Griffin .................... ™"Z" 1^0 Ira Halliburton ...... J __________ 1.00 W. A. Henry __________ _ 1 00 H. O. Phillips ..... _ ..... _LZ" 1.00 1 00 1.00 l.oo l.oo l.QO 1.00 l.oo J. M. Murphy J. C. Neil _. E. D. Reese Jess Tinsloy Mr. Gibson O. D. Tolum ..._. Clasene Reynon J. E. Wentz _ l.oo Mac Turner l.oo Jess R. Withrow 1.00 Curtis Cornelius 1.00 Chester P. Rotan Z l!flO Wm. L. Coffey l.oo Leila Johnson __ 100 Ford D. Balls 100 W. T. Palmore ._ __ 50 W. R. Perdue __ ~ W. Stephenson Miss Nell Cunningham ...._ Floye Gilbert Reba May W. W. Curtise II D. C. Schooley .... _ J. W. Ganis _J M. White ™~_. C. C. Simmons _ A. M. McLarty ... E. T. Lively _~ Weaver Stephenson A. F. Long A. R. Roberts !..._!_! Claud Freybuger 1 ~. G. E. Dozier H Lester York R. T. Cooley 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 50 [50 .50 1.00 .25. .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .25 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Woodrow Parsons ... _ _ O. R. Russell I H. D. Little _.. Mr. McDougald L. L. Fuller J. K. Stuart G. Gawlett ; John Dietrich Biothe __. Carl G. Bergstrom A. R. Bowden A. E. Wiggins ...; R. W. Bowden '__ W. A. Scales '.L. Clarence Jolley Woodlief Brown Robert Woodard ...._ Mr. Parker _ K. E. Krug H. R. Taylor .__ _. Walter Dickey Gilbert Johnson __ A. F. Grunlee _ O. T. Rider B. W. Pate _... Paul R. Edie J. R. Finn _ E. B. Rhodes _ Joe Dick 1.00 Cecil E. Myers 50 S. R. Sillin __ 1,00 J. M. Birowski _ 1.00 O. C. Jones _ .50 Mr. Stewart __ 1.00 E. T. Carlton 1.00 J. I. Honcycutt 1.00 L. M. Honeycutt _. 1.00 S. L. Arnold 1.00 E. S. Sparr 1.00 Vere W. Reynolds _ 1.00 Harry T. Newton ,50 S. L. Funderburk 1.00 Edward W. Booker 1.00 Warren Butler 1.00 Loma Frakes 'i. Hershell Morrow 100 R. F. McCune _ _.. l.oo Virginia Hicks 1.00 H. E. Nolan _. 1.00 W. L. Honea l.oo Ike Avery l.oo Mrs. L. A. Arnett 1.00 Miss Roy Grogran _ _ 1,00 Lucile Thomason 1,00 Harry Lutterlock 50 W. P. Rowe .25 J. A. Spring l.oo J. W. Ganis, Jr ; 50 Frank McLaughlin 1 00 J. W. Griffin _ 50 O. F. Byers 1.00 E. M. Carter .50 Roy Word 50 Pete Allen 100 W. E. White 1.00 Bill Boyd 1.00 U. Boyd ; 50 Raymond Loan 25 W. B. Bearden 1.00 Harrell Bruce _ 1,00 C. A. Grimes 1,00 J. C. Gee 1.00 S. M. Long i,'oo Doyle T. Johnson 1.00 J. T. Robertson l.oo R. Lewallen l.oo Luther Everett ...._ __ 50 Fred C. Johnson j'oo R. H. Williams l.oo F. A. Merritt 1.00 John T. McCullough 1.00 William F. Paulsen 1 00 R. F. Wheeler _ l.oo Kenneth Morris 1,00 Homer Dalton 50 R. E. Wasbburn 1.00 Mwy P. Ellis 1.00 j QQ ' E. L. Quirk . — _ .......... ___________ 1.00 Harry Shiver .......... ____________ i oo Bert Chamberlain ....... !.~"~~ LOO W. L. England ...... i oo R. H. Betts ____________________ ~ LOO Charles Bader i oo D. O. Gambill ...,~~ ............ """" loo C. A. Webb ........ .............. i' 00 C. V. Hooks ............. ™II .50 R. Roberts ................................ j oo Roy Loan ............................. 35 C. W. Green ................................ j]oO Hugh Dodson ..................... i oo Charles R. Astin ..... ...~~"'~'. LOO Roy Siddons ..... i nn Jeff D. Steed .......... ZIHZ l.oo J. D. McGuire ................. .... 1 00 Paul Gaines .................... ..... I'QQ Larry Wicks ................ ZI"Z UO B. Throgmorton ........................ l.oo O. Buchanan B. Mortinson .......... M. S. Shepard ........ . Mac F. Parker .......... .....Z. 1.00 A. E. Reason ................................ 100 J. Smith ..................................... j QQ C. I. Gaine ............................ 50 Grover Ward ........ ZZZZ 1.00 O. Lancaster ................................ 50 Roy Bruce ..................... . .......... ' ' j QQ Claud Johnson :-. ...... i no E. H. Hill ....... ............ /on w. j. Beii .......... :::::; ........... 1-55 C. A. Pruitt ................................ LOO Mr. Honea .................................. i oo Chas. Parsons ........ i QQ Jeff Giddings ................... ............ 50 Ernest B. Hart ........... '„ ............. I'QQ Harold R. Romerill .... ........ "" l'oo Buck Reed ................... 1 00 B. D. Oliver ....................... '2 ......... i' 0 o Alia D. Pickens ............... "'.. ........ 1 00 Wm. W. Fiscers ...... "" l'oo o.-w. Wilson ................... i::™: ^ Olan T. Williams .................... i oo T. M. Addington ................. '25 Henry Martin ............... ........... 100 Capt. Mitchell ...„ ....... j'oo W. H. Smith ............ .. .............. i' 0 o C:W. Vines ....................... ZII LOO John McWilliams . i oo •-E. M. Worthy ................... Z ........ l'oo .John Caulrell ....................... I'OQ Vernon F. Coskey ................. "'" I'OQ Barney Harris ... .............. I'QQ " • T O. M. Hart Earl Nelson James Rogers N. L. Durkam A. H, Rhodes Henry Lambert Charles Haynie .50 .50 .25 .25 .10 .50 .50 ......................... Loyal Bruce .......... inn T. C. McQuire .... ....... I'~. [GO H. Harris ..... i'nn L. E. Pruitt ......... IZZ" .......... {'oo Mr. Dowdy ....... ............................. ' M A. L, Loan ........ ..... i nn Bill Nichols .. ................ inn w. w. cook ............ ::::;:;:; ............... j ^ Mike Martini ................. i'nn Horace Ritchie ... : ........ ............ l'oo Jess R. Withorw ............. .'ZZ 1.00 Leon Stroope ............................ I'QQ Kcnnit D. Coplin ........... .'..ZZ LOO Thomas Burnett ............. i oo Ben F. Powell ............. ............... i'0o Ralph Wyatt ....... ............ i'no Philip Word ............ ................ i oo H. L. Fuller ............. 1ZZI .25 E. B. Adcock ........... . ................ LOO Chief Jucrgen ............................ LOO Grady Harris . i nn E. C. Cox ............. ZIZZZ LOO John F. Robinson ........... 1 00 Jack Ratcliff ....... ............. i' 0 o T. Cautrcll ........ ' ........... i'n 0 T. T. Burns ......... .................... {QQ W. E. Scaton ......................... ...... 2 5 Bill Newfincl ... ..... ..................... j'oo M. C. Sparks ............. ZZ........... .50 C. T, James ...................... 25 Jack Hhodcs ......... Z.ZIZZ !o5 Amos Stinson ................. jo Billy Wiggoson ..... ZZZZZ .50 Willie Haneson ...... 25 J. G. Mitchell ....ZZ. ................ so Lake Nelson ........................... Z !sfl Clarence Hammer i oo T. C. Williams ............ ZZZZ 25 E. Johnson ......... 35 W. F. Savage ...... ZZZZZ." ^25 L. Muldrow ........................... ...... 25 Chas. Shaw ........... , ..... ZZZ" ...... 25 A. C. Shaw .............. ".ZZZZ !25 Chas. Lewis ................ 25 A. Phillips ............. ZZZZZZ 25 Willard Jones ............. ZZ"ZZ .25 ?3,026.70 Legal Notice NOTICE OF REVISION OP ASSESSMENT Notice is. hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3, of Hope, Arkansas, will meet at the office of L. Carter Johnson, second floor of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Company building in the City of Hope, Arkansos, at 10 o clock A. M. Tuesday, December Oth, 1941, for the purpose of revising and readjusting the assessments of benefits against the real property in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any change whatsoever, may appear before the Board and make application therefor and same will be considered. This 25th day of November, 1941. Polk Singleton, Eugene White, Carter Johnson. Board of Assessors. Nov. 26, 29, Dec. 2 KARQ PfPFM MUSH 1 cup vinegar J cup Kara (r«J (at,/; 2 tip. tall 6 yr»an pepptrt 4 medium onioni Qrlnd or chop poppert and onloni. Place In a »aucepan, cover with hot water and simmer 15 minutes. Drain and add remaining Ingredient!. Cook for IP mlnvtei over lew heal. Make* about 3 (8-0*.) (an. This relish not only adds color and inter* est to your meal, it adds food value as well, For Karo Syrup is rich in dextrins, maltose, and DEXTROSE, food-energy sugar. At* 1 "! fatii"' rt Pofibn tniifci Nothing hat-pens If n if a ruffled grouse eats poisonous mountain laurel, but i! a mail life the bird tfiat Jias fed oh the laurel, hd may become violently ill. a woman mllcherish- from Kay's NEW LAPEL WATCH 50c $ 50 Weekly 10 PC. DRESSER SET 50c $1/1.95 Weekly l*t LATEST COMPACTS Use Your Credit JEXTINSIQN BRACELET *. 50c $^.95 1 Weekly O up Interest— No Carryinq Charges-' 1J§ S. 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