Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 28, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 28, 1942
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Hempstead Men Injured ' Patmos Workers Hurt in Auto Crash Tuesday Night TEXARKANA - Three oil field Workers were injured, one of them seriously, early Tuesday night when the automobile in which they were en foute to Patmos, Ark., crashed head- on with a heavy truck 10 miles north of TeJtarkana on Highway 67 near Ho- mnn. Wilton Powell, 21, who with his brother. Oscar, 31, was brought to Michael Meagher hospital in an East ambulance, suffered a deep scalp wound and probably a concussion. Oscar Powell, driver of the car, was treated for lacerations on his l&ft hand, left leg and face. "Third member in the Powell automobile was F. A. Barham, 38. recently of Ville Platte, La., and had just moved to Hempstead county. He is a brother-in-law of the Powell brothers. Barham refused to come to the hospital in an ambulance sent to the wreck scene. Later Guy Potts, who chanced to be passing the spot, picked the man up as he was trying to SKIN BREAKIN Clow Farmers Ask Protection Hunters Endanger Farmers Working in Fields There is a great demand for livestock doing the present crisis, and the fanners of the Clow community are making ready for the same. Since there is such a demand the farmers are first go' « in by making out their individiu . pledge cards and nine tenths of the farmers are making plans to double their total production from last years returns. These goals can only be accomplished through cooperation on the part of all concerned. Since the hunting season has begun, hunters have flocked in this community taking the liberty to hunt where ever they choose. This on the other hand has become dangerous to the extent that farmers are afraid to go about their farms. More than that the danger of getting his live stock injured by getting struck with shots. Fellow citizens, we have no material to go to ruin in a time like this and we the following farmers; Lee Woolen, Sam Bell. Robert Sampson, Elza Lewis, M. G. Sanders, J. L. Goodwin, and Robert Ervin, are asking all concerned to cooperate with us to the fullest extent, to help maintain what we have. OUT OUR WAY , HQ M, ARKANSAS By J.R.Williams ^^^ ^^^ ^m — —due to external irritation? Try the ctearing-up help in antiseptic action of famous Black and White Ointment. r&" For removing grimy facial dirt, en- joymild Black and WhiteSkinSoapdaily. Good USED TIRES & TUBES All Sizes Top Prices Paid. BOB ELMORE'S AUTO SUPPLY Bob Elmore, Owner thumb a ride north toward Hope. Barham suffered a deep gash on his forehead and body bruises. Police received the report that the truck involved in the accident was one belonging to John Heeren of) Grand Rapids, Mich. It was en route to the Rio Grande valley for a load of fruit. Driver of the truck was George Workman of Grand Rapids, Mich. Arkansas State Police Officer Max Tackett said Workman was only bruised and did not require hospital attention. The front of the truck was crushed back into the cab and the automobile involved in the crash was listed as a total loss. V WELL, IP you WON'T RIDE, GIMME YOUR BOOKS AN' OUR L.UNCH PAIL UP HERE — SAVE YOU THAT MUCH/ ~* e -t^Jfr M «**, ,.. <=V5^itmr-^\l\__^ '*»««-<.-, ^"* \^^^j^^_ SORrs THIRTY VE^RS TOO SOON CT.*^'^U.U'MxVj /-28 TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will attend m person or by deputy, at the following time and places for the purpose of Assessing Taxes, m Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: GI Monday Morning Feb. A, Monday Afternoon Feb. ^ Tuesday Morning Feb. 3 (At (ngram's Filling Station- ^ Tuesday Afternoon Feb. O B^ds w t .i Gilb r t '\? ore) A Ud Wednesday Morning Feb.*? Wednesday Afternoon F.eb. 4 Thursday Morning Feb. D Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb 10 Feb 10 11 Prescott News By HELEN HESTERLY Food Stamp Meeting © There will be a meeting of the Food Stamp Plan at the Prescott City Hall Auditorium at eipht o'clock Thursday night. Attending the meet will be Mrs. J. Frank Franey, Area Supervisor, and James P. Knox, Supervisor's Aid, representing the Surplus Marketing administration. Mrs. Amelia D. Moore, Director of state Food and Cotton Stamp Division will also attend. Representatives of the respective agencys will go into detail operation of the plan and various provisions and certifying merchants, who are eligible to participate. Sam Logan, chairman of the Nevada County Food Industry Committee will preside over the session. Telephone 163 L/G AH n Thursday Afternoon I OKlO Friday Morning I lni/\n (Af Zion Church) UniOll Friday Afternoon Fire Destroys Hamilton Home The home of Lester Hamilton, on Main Street, was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon about three o'clock. The value of the house was not mi- mediately learned. Prescott Loses to Tcxarkana The Texarkana High School Razorbacks defeated the Prescott Curly Wolves at Texarkana Tuesday night 49 to 24 in a one-sided contest. Texarkana scored shortly after the opening whistle and set the pace throughout. Prescott trailed 10 to 28 at the half. Eley was high scorer for Prescott with 9 points while Wilson Spring Hill Feb. Tuesday Morning 3 Tuesday Afternoon Brucc's Chapel w ed Wednesday Afternoon Thursday PatmOS Friday Also Please Take Notice That: THE COLLECTOR and ASSESSOR will attend in person or by deputy, at the following time and places for the purposes of Assessing and Collecting Taxes: Feb 12 Feb. 13 Bingen Feb. 16 Tuesday p e |, Wednesday Feb 1 8 , Thursday Feb ]9 [Washington Friday Feb 20 Hnrna L A L Court H° use) F'°rn Monday, 1A I iUpt; February 23 to and including Friday April IU After which time the penalty required by law will be added. All taxpayers are requested to bring their land numbers to avoid errors. C. E. Baker Dewey Hendrix Sheriff & Collector Tax Assessor Hempstead County, Arkansas Livestock Clinics Planned for County Livestock clinics are being planned in neighborhoods of Hempstead County beginning next week according to Oliver L. Adams, County Agent. The purpose of the clinics are to treat horses and mules for bots, repair teeth and other veterinary jobs so that livestock may contribute the most possible to the Food-for-Victory Program. Interested fanners should contact their neighborhood leader or the County Extension Service Office. A schedule for groups formed will be announced Monday. Feed and water should be kept from animals to of Texarkana led both teams with 14 tallies. Society Mrs. Nat Martin, who has been spending tiie winter in Mineral Wells Texas, returned home last night. Mrs. Joe Boswell is spending Wednesday in Hope. Miss Sue Martin has returned from a visit in Little Rock. Mrs. J. B. Hesterly and Mrs. Al Williams are spending Wednesday in Little Rock and Conway. Calendar Thursday 191G Club will meet at the homo of Mrs. J. B. Hesterly, at 2:30. Food Slamp Meeting at City Hall Auditorium at 8:00 o'clock. Subscribe to the Hope Star now, delivered at your home in Prescott each afternoon. Mack Greyson Tele- hone 307. Oil and Gas (Continued From Page One) McBride (10 .years) SE SE Sec. 4- NE NE and W NE Sec. 9 all in T 14 S R. 23 W. 1GO acres. O&GL. ' Dated 1-23-42. Book page Elmer Nations, ct al to J. B Zick E NW Sec. 33 T. 13 S. R. 25 W. 80 acres. O&GL. Dated 1-13-42. Book , page . 10 years. Louie Pelt, et al to A. C. Taylor S SW; NE SW; E NW Sec. 36 T. 14 S R 24 W.; NW SE Sec. 31 T. 14 S. R. 23 w'. 240 acres. 10 12-29-41. Book W. S. McKisscak. Hudson. years. O&GL. Dated Page et ux to James M. E NE Sec. 35 T. 14 S. R. 24 W. 80 acres. 10 years. O&GL Dated 1-15-42. Book , page Arthur Frierson, et. al to E. D. Frierson, el al. NE SW; NW SE Sec 1 T. 14 S. R. 24 W. W. D. Dated 1028-38. Book , page Leeneney Fobbs to John C. Frierson. PT. SE SE; UT. NE SE; SW SESE SW; W NE; NW SW Sec. 1 T 14 S. R. 24 W. NW SW Sec. G T. 14 s'"« 23 W. W. D. Dated 10-29-3S. Book page Red Offensive Presses Nazis Axis Offensive in Libyan Brought to Standstill By the Associated Press Russian armies pressing a great winter offensive lunged Wednesday on the threshold on 250 miles of German defenses northwest and southwest of Moscow. Lafayette County Jan. 2(i, I!M2 Prepared by Mrs. Kiiiilre Triplet!, Lewisvillc, Arkansas Lease: 10 yr. term, Book P-7, page 5GO, dated Jan. 20, 1942, recorded Jan. 26, 1942. Grave Phillips and wife to R. P. King, SW'/i of NE'/i; NE'/i of NW'/i, and N'/i of SE'/ 4 of NW'/i of Sec. 4, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 2H West. Royalty Deed: 10/728 Interest Book F-7, page 570, dated Jan. 24, 1942, recorded Jan. 2G, 1942. J. A. Pipsaire and wife to Isadore Marit/ky. Part of the SE'/i of NE'/j of Sec. 7, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West, described as follows: Commencing at the SW curner of the SE'/i of NE'/i of said Sec. 7, thence East 272 yards to a stake in the center of tram road, thence N. following tram road '/i mile to a .stake; thence West 272 yards to NW corner of the SE'/i of NE'/i; thence South '/i mile to Ihe point of beginning, except 2 acreti in the NE corner of said tract, then West 7U yards; thence South 140 yard.-:; thence Ka.st 70 yards; thence North 140 yards, llit- tract herein conveyed containing 22.75 acres. Royalty Deed: 15/040 Interest '15 ier SIIOLIIU rje Kepi irom animals to . be treated for 24 hours before treat- • Dispatches reported the capture of rnent for best results. I ' 9 1T "-" X ' towns and indicated Adolf '" o y ult y s^res) Book P-7, page 571, -~r I Hitler's red-eating invaders were fall-I <Iutc ' fl Jun lf) ' 1!);|2 > recorded Jan. 2G, ing back upon ts double defense road lfl " 12 ' . Eli D ' Bc ' nli = loil1 "'"-I wife to system from Velikieluki to Bryansk i Lel;n G ' V"" 1 ' 1 ""-' 1 ' 3 "•«' J"hn C. Voor- Defense Damsel sand Delightful iippaiently had come io an impasse in their counter drive. Axi- versions of the struggle differed. While Hitler's command merely noted reconnaisance activity on both sides, Mussolini's command said j the British continued to retreat easl- ; ward. j On the Crimea front a German bul- ! letii'i. n-jicl Russian reinforcements, landed on the south coast of the Black I Sea Peninsula, had been beaten off • and almost wiped out in fighting there. 1 Agents to Aid Negro Families of County Negro movable school agents, D. W. ' Lee and Ella P. Neely, will be iii • Hempstuad County February 5 and 6 j to ufsist negro farm families of the I Church Hill and Washington com: munilies in the best methods of pro; ducing essential foods as outlined in i the Food-for-Victory program, uccord- I ing lo County Agents, Oliver L. I Adams and Miss Mary C. Fletcher. The I Church Hill meeting will be on Thurs- I day February 5 and the Washington meeting on February 6. Both meelings' ,,,',- "'r | will starl at 10:00 a. m. ' W '~ ol I —«4» Q«>> Benefit Dance Here on Friday Night ij'alty .. page 573, dated Jim. 12, 1942, recorded Jan. 2G, 1942. IX H. Snow and wife to Frank C. Adams. SE'/i of SW'/i of Sec. 1C, and the North 25 acres of Iho NE'/i of NW'/i, and Ihe North 15 acres of liu< WM; of NW'/i of NE'/i of Sec. 21, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 23 West. Royalty Deed: 1/32 Int. (10 royalty acres) Book P-7, page 574, dated Jan. 12, 1942, recorded Jan. 2G, 1942. Corinne Ford and W. H. Ford to G. C. Hurst. SW'/i of NW'/i of Sec. 2, Twp. 15 S., Rgc. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1 128 Int. Book P-7, page 575, dated Jan. 24, 1942, recorded Jan. 2G, 1942. A. O. Smith and wife to P. M. Smith. SW'/t of SW'/i of Sec. 33. Twp. 18 S., Rge. 23 West. Royalty Deed: 180 14472 Int. (9 royalty acres) Book P-7. page 576, dated Jan. 21, 1942, recorded Jan. 2G, 1942. Columbus Foster and wife, and Liz- y.ic Whctlington to H. L. Luster and Guy G. Boyett. SW'/i of NE'4 - NE'/i of NW'/i, and N':' of SF.'/i of NWVj, all in Sec. 4, Twp. 1.5 S... Rge. 23 West, containing 9045 acres. Mineral Deed: 1 4 Int. (30 royalty acres) Book P-7, puge 577, da led Jan. 22, 1942, recorded Jan. 2G, 1942. Glenn A. Park Pretty patrol girl at La Guardia Field in New York is Charlotte Hoelderlin, who, as Civilian Defense volunteer, helps keep eye on plane passengers. wife to W. W. Walden. . an-' SE'/i of NE'/i of Ste. 17, Twp. 15 i,.. Rge 24 West. O. & G. I ease: 10 year term, Book P-7, page 581, dulfd Dec. 29, 1941, recorded Jun. 20, 19-12. Milton Pull and wife, purl Loui'- Pell anil wife, to A r, , , D . . , , , A - C - Taylor. NIA of NW'/i of Sec. 20, A. i-. ol L., Painters local number Twp 15 S Hge '-"4 West 1113 will sponsor u dance here Fri-1 Mi,,-;,! W.j'. " t 8 Iniere.sl Book day night al the American Legion M-7, page 2C9, dated Jan. 23 1942 Hall across from the Posloffice. Pro- ! rrr-orded .:rn. ?6. 1942 H Jean Mav- ceeds derived will be given lo the' field el al to Geneva Bell SE'/, of Hempstead infantile paralysis fund.jNW/4, and SW'/ 4 of NE'/i of Sec Music will be furnished by a seven | 7, T'"|. 15 S., R«c 24 West ' piece orchestra. The public is invited.! Relinquishnicnf of Curtesy: MG Int. •m, i *V^ • -• , (go l(J vi.lty aeies) Book M-7, 269. Ine real name of Pola Negri, mo- dated Jan. 21, 1942, recorded Jun HC lion picture actress, is Appolinia 1942. E. A. Hoover, Claude Cubuniss' ChaluiJez - i and Fred Cabuniss to R. S. Randolph Farm Families Plan Gardens Many Purchase Seed for Early Spring Planting Home gardens larger and more productive than they've grown before are planned in 1942 by the F, S. A. farm families in Hempstead county working with the Farm Security'Admin- istration in the Food for Freedom drive. Laura H. Hodnell, •Ilemp.stead County FSA home management supervisor, said,. "Many FSA families have already farm and home plans for 1942 in line with production goals set forth last fall by Secretory Wiekard," Mrs Hodnptt said. "At community meeting.-, held throughout the county last week, however, these plans were enlarged to meet the increased demand for essential foods. Each family will endeavor to raise a contrinuou!) supply of fresh food and a surplus to be canned or dried Mis. Hodnett explained. "Homomakers are being urged to keep their pressure cookers and other equipment in good condition because of difficulty in replacing broken parts. Because I'lnvs, rubber, and metals are needeu in the manufacture of war materials, FSA homemak- crs will be urged to dry all foods that can be preserved by tl,;,t method." With the planting season for spring Burdens almost here, FSA families are now ordering garden seed. Many .ire purchasing unit packages of 24 to 26 varieties trrough the Hempstead County Purchasing and Marketing Association. WaJneidoy, January 28, 1 942 Public Warming Room in Franci Our DailyBread (Continued From Page One) guess what it will be) may arise in he war's aftermath. Right now, our ;uiding .star in the war effort must jo this: Any holding out, any reservations, n the united drive for victory is terribly likely to result in universal lisastor for all. et al, Grantors relinquish all their •ights, claims or expectancy of curtesy ind homestead under the following: loyalty deed, dated Dec. 20, 1941, recorded in Book P-7, page 110, and •oyalty deed dated Jan. 10, 1942, recorded in M-7, page 213, covering he E',i of NE'/i of Sec. 10; and W'A jf NWtt of Sec. 11; all in Twp. 15 s" Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 3/704 Int. Book P-7, >age 5G9, dated Jan. 13, 1942, recorded' fan. 26, 1942. Gene Goff and wife to Sells Petroleum Company, SVi of Sec 3; NVii of SEV 4 , and NE'/ 4 of NE'/ 4 of S\V'/4 of Sec. 14; all in Twp. 15 S., Rgc. 24 West, containing 440 acres. Tragic clays for fallen France— find cold ones. Sign of the times is this one over entrance to . a public warming place—the reception room of a local inn at Fontenay-Sous-Bois. France has a coal and clothing shortage. 1st Christian to Dine Pastor Fellowship Dinner at 7 p. m. Thursday, Jan. 29 Every member of First Christian church is expected to attend the quarterly "gel together" and good fellowship dinner which will be given free in the church social room at 7 o'clock Thursday night, January <?9, the committee has announced. The membership will have the opportunity to meet their new pastor the Rev. Millard W. Baggett, and his family, and lo learn something of interest as to his future ministry. Next month is the month you pay JO days' rent for 28 days. At least nobody will complain if the shortage puts an end to rubber checks. Declaring in favor of baseball, FDR wants to keep 'cm flying over the fence, too. W. E. McForlatid Dies at Emmet Tuesday - W. E. McFarland, 66, farmer, died at his home near Emmet late Tuesday night. He Is survived by his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Cloys Pigg of Marthn. Okla., and four sons, Floyd and Eltor^ of Edlnburg, Texas, .T. W. and W™ E. of Emmet. Two step-sons, Ernest Coffee of Emmet and Clyde Coffee of Hope, two brothers, Robert mid Mack of Fmmet, and two sisters, Mrs. Jlrrt Snell and Mrs. Hiittie McFnrland o0 Emmet, iilso survive. Fiincuil services will be held at the S'nell Graveyard Thurwlay afternoon ill 2 o'clock with Herntlon- Cornelius in charge. Hope Man Accepts Job at Pine Bluff Fred J. Fiiirweiilher, for the past three years .superintendent of Cook's White Star Laundry, has resignocU* to accept a potiilion as superinlen-™ dent of Ihe Young Laundry at Pine Bluff. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creoirralsion relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the,* trouble to help loosen and expel* germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and henl raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or ybu ar^f' to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis IRON WORKERS LOCAL UNION 591 of Shreveport, Lu., holds its official meeting at 7:30 o'clock every Thursday night in banquet room of Hotel Barlow, Hope, Ark. H. IT. PHILLIPS, B.A. & F.S.T. WANT A PIANO? This Model $365 cosh, at terms: $36.50 Down $19.38 Monthly. Drop us a card for Catalogs and full information.. Quality makes by STEIN WAY, HADDORFF CABLE, WURL1TZER. 200 E. Broad Texarluinn, Ark. Used Pianos, $75 up. Terms Everybody knows that ice-cold Coca-Cola has quality, the quality of genuine goodness,—the taste that charms and never cloys. It brings an after-sense of complete refreshment. All yog want and you want it all. You trust its quality 80TUED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY BOTTLING COMPANY WEST 3r( ,

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