Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 2, 1936 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 2, 1936
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PffyV;vV>v ?f '»;< $*.? *.&t.i */* X* * T i- v J fff^w^w^gi ^ v > t ^ ^ p \' * /.*u • •' ' * or -*, i hovw* is of Ship- . the appoint A. Benson to the sen late 'Thomas C *.- erandeu (arty in that body, <»» member of the Farmer •"y, tike Shipsead. For 1 'the rUgged senior senato- sQta has served here am that time he has gone i *™** of a singl, ha , s * Mac now is, with Benson's seat selection of the former bankei balance within thc congressional dele-—•y are five Republi- •"-w Farmer-Laborites and a D^ocrat The balance of pow"•"""••'-"*'-• definitely with the ~ *~ their con. . . New«on Stayed # appointment brought about incident. M as tr had Wal- Newtoft toward ftn cwnhKU try «t th« Oftco descly Wehtified Mth Hoover and an Influential fi^ lr4 e now has <fr rfpp«l almost out of djht PoliticaUy. Under « sort Oilman's a|recmeht he was appointed by Pres ident Roosevelt to a oHe-year posi »i«M n / fj ver f« e nt. but at the expiration of his year was dropped. Had he remained in the house he •night now occupy a commanding a commanng place among Minnesota Republicans Bofaii Speech _,—i"" -*"•"••* ^i^vi*4un to speak in New York means that he plans to carry his fight for a "liberal" Republican presidential nominee—not necessary himself-right into the stronghold of the enemy. The Republican conservatives usually are figured as more numerous in the east than in the west it "Wl 31 cl6ment ° f the party that the Idaho veteran is trying to sweep out of control. The engagement also is viewed by many as much closer to a formal announcement for President than Bor- ahs essentially passive previous expressions that he had no objection to Having his name put up in the Wisconsin primaries. The speech is likely to be awaited eagerly by all factions-not forgetting the Republican old guard. What the senator says conceivably could shape thc whole movement of his campaign for "a liberal " . • aaaaasciiiaa Baseball Gaining FavorJnEngland But the British Afe Irate Over Its Competition With Cricket _ By ROGER D. GREENE Prcss Cor «*P takes « .- es « deal to ruffle the calm of British g0od men. . •There is the story of the bolted earl who summoned a lackey and, pointing to another gentleman apparently fast asleep in a nearby chair, Inn- guidly remarked: "Remove the K en- Hc has bce " EGGS PEANUT BUTTER MEAL HOUR COUNTRY CLUB TOMATO JUICE MUSTARD IOMATOES MATCHES NAVY BEANS CRACKERS PINEAPPLE PICKLES SPINACH Fresh and Tender Pound POTATOES APPLES ORANGES LETTUCE Oysters HAMS BACON BACK BONES CENTER SLICES PORK SAUSAGE SMOKED PICNICS KRAUT CHILI SALT MEAT Fine For Boiling Pound But a large amount of rumbling nnd snorting may be heard as one strolls down Pall Man and „ e » »° Is earshot of wrathful elder sportsmen Demmcd Impudence!" in snalchcs - go eh «* ca!lcd base ' "Stealin' our best fellas—" "Demmcd impudence!" "Oh. right-ho! Infernal check-" A cad s luck— " crickct ' m ~' "** * ^ •'" ~* i Vt! ^^ ^° SaVP Cricket vrm Taxpayers of the United States ex- know -" lend approximately two billion dol-' "Rather! Life-blood of thc Empire Ian annually to provide public school • a ' lfl j?. 11 th «t. I shall write a letter to .acihUes for their 30,000,000 hoys and lhe Tlmes nb °ut »• demmc if I don't'" 211*lS. * . ' MOnlAhkn. f> u __.l - j »._ i .. . . me o Deplore Proselytinjr Attempt All this fury arises from the inroads of American baseball at the expense of England's own national pastime cncket-and particularly from an attempt to lure Harold LMWOO - '^ lcr ; into the ranks of <h National Baseball Associatio ° n Then along came John S. Hanle president of the association whieh popularizing the American sport her iW ssflo ° a ycar ° l Larwood declined. "I shall." he said remain loyal to cricket. It wou dn be cricket, don't you know, to K k W°Z' " Ot a " thc «™>ny Jn the Bank of England would mak me pl ay ba , eba ,, un|oss r K that I would not be a mug at it " Thc "Dean" of Cricketecrs 1 JhP™ S ,t re - 0t Sp ° rts ««"««ntalore arc •Inshing their typewriters about it _ As a cricket bowler (the player ' (hrows the ball toward the wicke Larwood was hailed as a British ver- lZ2y Dean or "Schoolboy Wiitell, ° Will tell you that an English cricket howler throws a faster ball' than an American pitcher. They take H WANTED-HEADING BOLTS White Oak-Whisky and Oil grade Overcup Po st oak and Red oSk. "" d SwcCt Gum BI °^and spcclilcations, See Alfred E. Smith, presidential nominee. celehnuVd his C2nd hlrilidity tjy rutlinu a cake am) issuing a ' double-bar, rolled atolement tlint disputed \Vhite House commetii anent Hit invitation extended to him to be a Roosevelt guest ou bis trip Io \Vashingtoi) to address tl,e Lib. ci'ty League. He made It clear he wouldn't be a Roosevelt sun porter at (lie Uf-mocrottc nominal. Jng convention. gospel over here. The scribes tell the public the difference between American baseball ind English cricket and of what a great baseball pitcher Larwood could become. It was all very sad. They explained; hat a baseball "wicket-keeper" has no vicket to keep but wears a ferocious wire mask, anc! they got along 'ffi ight on a few other details. But '{Kg hambles began when they started warding the batter anywhere from ve to hundred strikes and enough outs per man to last a whole inning 1 nd enough innings per team to last season. j One scribe solemnly declared' "Lar- ! ood was wanted not as a pitcher but s a striker." Imagine calling Babe Ruth a striku er! AFTER INVENTORY! We found Odds and Ends, Broken Lots, etc.— So have slashed prices to move now! Hurry! SAVE! LADIES SILK DRESSES COATS MUST GO! Fur Trimmed, Sport Coats, Plain Dress Type Sizes 14 to 48 Hurry! SAVE! LADIES SILK HOSE Full Fashioned First Quality New Colors Yes! We found and made up plenty of new REMNANTS. All are repriced. NUTONE Fast Color 36 inches wide New Fancy <f ft PRINT yd lUC Must Go! All Better $4.98 Dresses now m One Group LADIES STREET DRESSES $i.98 Size 14 to 40 Each Men's Dress SHIRTS Fast Color 39c Full Cut 2 for $1.25 1 Odds and Ends Men's Work PANTS pr Boy7' Waist Band PANTS Men's Heavy Work Shoe $1.49 Men's Wool Dress PANTS $' '&$&*& At 62, Al"Smith" Begins Ne\v i*«i»mijTnr==rrg— .1 ^ mi K***~t Center Point _-.... spent Chtlstitww holidays' ...... his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J W Galloway, > Olen and Kuthalcen Reeves of Pat- mas spent a few days lost week with Mr and Mrs. A. W. Meadows. Dclma Wright spent Christmas day W 'r h t, M , r ; ahtl Mrs ' Hollls Mulll,,.,. J. B. Mnngum spent the week in the nemo of Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Wright . Mr. and Mrs Alfred Crawford frot'n Texas spent Christmas with Mr and in nT Gan ° w «y »nd children. J. B. Mangum spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Percell Mr nnd Mrs. Jim A: Wright and Minor Mny spent Thursday with Mr anc Mrs. W. W Wright and family? Mrs. Garland Hattcti and children r Bodcaw 9ix?nt last week with Mr. nnd mrs. J. W. Galloway and children Ray Tomlin nnd Curtis Caudle spcn' awhile Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright •Delmn Wright spent Wtdncsdaj night with Curtis Caudle of Brighl btar mid he attended the party given at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. alter Tomlm Wednesday night , Mr. and Mrs. Autra Wilson and tjiothcr, Mrs. Zettic Wilson were Tuesday evening bed time guests of Mr Mrs. &«jwie .ton i I L Mttl }8 Wm **rit>rldny with Mf, ind Mrs. Ustftr fieckham and torn- Ml« fielllah ttoUoWny b vlsltlftg •ekttvcs at Botkaw. Atvln Gnllowny of hope and Minor ««y of neaf Hope visited In the home of Mr. and MM. Jf, w. Galloway Wc«l- lesdny. Bcnni t, ^ ftM '"P*" 1 ' Wednesday •norn with Mr. and Mrs. HollU Mul- ias. Vcrttm, and Logan Kendrix and miss Ooyie Henclrix spent Christmas witli herr parents Mr. and Mrs. Wash Hen- Jhurgdgy'J^t^ Mi. and Mrs. Willie Putman and •h dren spent Wednesday nfternoort vith Mr. nnd Mrs. Bcnnie Jonei Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mjddlcbrooks and en, Franklyn of Hope visited rel- uiv.es in this community Thursday W. W Wright and Berry Portcrficld "ere callers Saturday afternoon at the lomc of Mr. and Mrs. Hollia Mullins. J. B Mflngum spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Galloway nnd fam- M^V-.y*'' 8 ' 1 ' nm * % " m Voss called "V ', G . lBSCOW , Sunday morning. Tom Wise spent Christmas with rel- itivc.s- in Hope. , Mr nnd Mrs. Bud Underwood and nmily visited relatives at Liberty Christmas J ••• -™«^ r — ~~w Qp The Americans and the British are the only two peoples too lazy to be intolerant of other beliefs tlian their own. —Philip Guedailn, British nuth . I believe the Townsend plan would precipitate an uncontrolled price inflation which would turn nil its promises to ashes, and require the most gignntlc and intolerable policing bureaucracy in the history of gov- ernmcnt.-Scnator Vnndcnbcrg, Mich- Igan. Tha Cuban people said when they called me to the presidency that It would be as the nation's savior. Now t shall again be the nation's savior, if I resign.—Carlos Mendietn, on resign- Ing as provisional president of Cuba < «««w eyes ?uv |j actually colorless,! of plgmcm In r Iris, thus expoa .which npp«ftfs •' 6fsh< For All KJnds ol INSURANCE Seo Roy Anderson and Company TO LOIL C01 SpodnJ-6 Ont Lube Oil Phone 370 WAKE LIVER Without Ct)«m«HlAd T« Ibe Mttnlnt I lijrer nkouW It Ja»t *«?«?« In the I Tour «iomi»ch. You K6 whole iijiit»m i/i pol»on« «ank and the world loS L*x«tivea ore only ' . oso ROOI | o(d Pill* to get these iv tnely and mako you \^ DOORS OPEN FRIDAY. JANUARY 3rd, AT 8 ,30 A. M JI I **' ' FA ST COLOR-SO Square, 36 inch RONDO PRINT ~~~~^ • • Short Length—Muslin and Nainsook MILL ENDS Yare Bargain Priced! Nation Wide 81 x 99 SHEETS Tested and " for qualify! 1200 Sheets Go On Sale FRIDAY at 8:30 NEW SPRING-39 inch V • L ll q Plain or Fancy 80 x 105— SEAMLESS LADIES FAST COLOR HOUSE FROCKS HOMETOWN Eacl 81-inch Seamless Unbleached SHEETING LADIES NEW " SPRING HATS 27x27 NURSERY DIAPERS 6 Each For New label shows just what 'size . bed each sheet will fit. jTested by laboratories and in hotels, as well as in Nationwide 1 — •- A mazing at the Price! Bath Towels Big Ones, 18 by 36 Inches lOc W U JJ *"' * i 0t °' *° wel . MA lot of wear for your money m these towel,! Whit. wUh band? of color at the ends. Save Wool Mixed SOCKS pr Soft, Double Thread Facecloths January Priced Right No»>!\ 3 for 10c You know what double thread ESTL;' softer> more absor -k Dent, longer wearing! Solid col-1 % or white with borders. 12x12. i 36-in. New Spring Quality CRETONNES l!/2 Lb. 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