Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 25, 1939 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 25, 1939
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. 'October 25.1039 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY jvirs. Sid Henry Telephone 321 \' The ThiiiKs That Arc Snvcil Look forth on the world with a cheerful face And tho world will smile back on you. For thorp's naught O f .sorrow that can displace The Light from a sou! which is (rue A.s it niy.s iff beams with a mystic Rracc, Whirl) with |K.-ace will your heart imbue. Keep Love in your breast for all of j niiinkind, Jls grace will (Itc-ft yaur grace renew. Give unto nllin-s the host you can find, And htey of their be.st will give you. The dross of your life is purged and refined. By the deeds of Love Hint you do. Kemcnibcr, that naugh is saved in this life Kxcept ( what is given away: That thus things which we aim to hold by strife Abide with us but for a day; While those that we give lu others And bless us forever and aye . . . —Selected Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hale and liltle sun, F,ugene, Jr., of IVcscotl were Monday guests ot relatives in the city. VINCENT LOPEZ and His Suave Swing Orchestra Junior Chamber of Commerce Dance Monday, Oct. 30-9 Till 1:00 National Guard Armory Glh and Locust Texarkana, U S. A. Make Reservations NOW! Write or Wire Texarkana Junior Chamber of Commerce Admission: $1:50 Per Person PAGE THREE Reddies to Play Teachers Friday Homecoming Events Are Planned for Annual Grid Tussel AHKADELPHJA, Ark '— The Henderson State Teachers College Rod- dies will celebrate Homecoming here this week-end when they entertain Die Champion State Teachers Bears of Conway. The gmne will be played Friday afternoon on Haygood field. Several special events have been planned for Friday, including a down town .street parade, a reunion of the Class of I'JLM, a gathering of old let- lermen, and a number of other things. Special seats will be arranged along the sidelines for all the old players, and they will he admitted free at the gate. Coach Tom B. Murphy ' is serving his first year at Henderson, having come here from Little Rock Catholic High. He had four very successful year at that school and is rapidly beginning to understand the fundamentals nf coaching, college football. So tar, tho Reddies have played two con- games, winning one and losing ther. This week's game will be first conference engagement of the Bears, who have proven to have a powerful team by meeting out-of- slale teams during the first part of the season. Probably one or two changes will be made in the starting line-up for the Roddies this week. The combination that started againjil L. S. U. Northeast Center at Monroe, La., last Friday night couldn't seem to get going. The Reddies lost the game, 20-to-O, but the team was really ranked quite a bit higher. Coach Murphy hasn't yet announced the team he would start against the Bears. the the «% WEDNESDAY ' ZENOBfA STARTS THURSDAY — Matinee Thursday LIFE GAVE THEM NOTHING BUT LOVE... LOVE GAVE THEM COURAGE FOR EVERYTHING' PRISCILU JOHN LANE GARFIELD with ALAN HALE Frank McHugh . Billy Halop NOTICE Thursday' Nighl High School Students Admitted for 20c PLUS Football Thrills of 1938 Scenes from all (he liig Games Latest News SUNDAY "Roaring Twenties" Mrs. W. M. Garner, formerly of this city now of Bodcaw was a Tuesday shopper in the city. Mrs. Fanny Carroll, president, Mrs. George Crews. Mrs. H. C. Whitworth and Mrs. C. S Lowthorpe of the Pat Cleburne Chapter, U. D. C. are in El Dorado attending the 4-IUi annual convention of the. Arkansas Daughters of the Confederacy opening with a banquet at the Garrett Hotel in that city on Tuesday night. Mrs. Syd MeMath was hostess on Tuesday afternoon lo the members of her bridge club and Misses Mildred McClinc and Alice Henry as gue.sts. The rooms were bright with colorful flowers, and bridge was played from two tables with Die high .score favor going to Miss Ruth Taylor. Following the game the hostess served delicious refreshments. For many years several large armament companies in Europe have not stopped their machinery, except to ob- .servo the two minutes' silence on Armistice Day . . . Selected. Cake Walk al Old Liberty There will be a cake walk, with a quilt as prize, at Old Liberty Saturday night, October 28, for the benefit or the church, it was announced Wednesday. DOUBLE FEATURE "NIAISIE" ANN SOUTHERN ROBERT YOUNG — and — "NAUGHTY BUT NICE DICK POWELL '/z PRICE DRESS SALE THURSDAY — FRIDAY — SATURDAY CHOOSE FROM A BIG COLLECTION OF SMART DRESSES AT THE SEASON'S LOWEST PRICES! Group I $7.95 Dresses . . $3.97 Group II $9.95 Dresses . . $4.97 Group III $12.95 Dresses . . $6,47 Specially purchased-you'll KNOW these are "hello] 1 " dresses! Dre.sses for business, i'tuitball games — "dale" dresses galore! Dresses with buslle bows, peplums, wind- rfwopl skirts, shin-ings, cart-ridge pleat bodices! Added luxury note in gold, silver and jewelled studded accents! Wonderful sheer wools in rich glowing colors. Do right by yourself mid your budget—buy a dress wardrobe lit're- today ut i.. the' Ki'tjulur :}i ice! Styles for Daytime, Sports, Drcssey Wear! Ladies' Specialty Shop To Play Dance at Texarkana Maestro Viccnt l^ipey. will .strike this pose when his famous dance liaml begins swinging it for the Texarkana Junior (,'hamlicr (if Commerce dance at the Tcxiirkumi Armory Monday night, Oct. :!0. TKXARKANA — Dance to the music of Vincent Lope?, and his nationally famous orchestra at the Tex,? arkana Armory on Monday night October 30, and you'll enjoy a Halloween eve party you'll long remember. That's the message being sent to dance-minded residents.of the Four States area by the Texarkana Junior Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of the dance. Lope 1 /.—often referred to as the King of the Ivories—and his IS person dance band really need no introduction. They've been heard over coast to coast radio networks for years and have played long time engagements in the principal cities ot the country. Having on orchestra of this type play a dance in Texarkana is indeed an event, .one which prompted Jaycee official:; to .select the Armory as the logical spot to hold the affair inasmuch as it. affords more floor spa™ than any other spot in the c!ty. Tabli'.s will be provided. Reservations may be made by writing or wiring Pat Hinvell at tin- Jaycee office here. Admission to the dance will be $1.50 per person, In addition to the flying fingers of Lope/ on the- piano, the orchestra offers a number of other featured .solo musicians including Bob Sprangler, drummer 1 . Red Dolin, who blows a hot trumpet and the tenor saxophone played by Wesley Fowl. Then there is Dun Watts and his clarinet, a show in himself. Topping off the entire band are two eyeful!.'; of swing vocalists who. needless to say. jitterbug their song re- dilions. Ouachita to Play Thursday Night Tennessee Team Expects to Furnish Tigers Much Opposition AuKADKLf'IfiA — Oudiita plays Cumberland University here on Thursday nistoad of on Friday as previously announced. Tho game will be the culminating event of the annual high school senior visiting day al Ouchila which is expected to bring rm less than 21X11) .students. Those registering at Ihe college will be issued free tickets to the game, which begins at 8 p. II). Cumberland has been winning u.;mi- e.s this season and probably will be tough opposition. Their victory last Friday was by a J4 lo 7 score over Middle Tennessee Teachers at Mur- fressboio, Turin, Ouchila had no game last Friday, drawing a schedule blank following their 1 18 to (i victory over the LSU Noreasl Center team the week lie- fore, Crracli Bill Walton has been slre.ssinf,' the fine points of the jpmie ra'hcr than hard scrimmages. This told heavily in their favor against Northeast Center. While the Monroe eleven pushed the Tigers around u Lit, they could not crack the Ouc- hita line and the Ouchila secondary played smart football. The Tigers did not make a mistake and combined fine punting nd passing to defeat their opponents. Walton realizes the value of an idl-velcran backfield, especially its ability to bat down opponent's forward passes. This brickfield of Frank Heed. Jake Baxter, Leo Westbrook, Frank Tiliey, Lowell Nelson and Jack McHancy combines three hard-running ball-carriers, two forward passers of ability, and three neat Mockers. Westbrook and Reed arc perhaps the two outstanding punters in the state. Baxter of !!)() pounds in the fastest, man in tho backfield and is one of the hardest running bucks that have been al Ouchila in rceenl years. So the Policeman Took Him Home— SAN JUAN BAUTISTA, Calif,- -UP; —Arrested for intoxication, a prisoner sin prised Patrolman Ramircs by say- ing, "Okay, hcro'r, the J;ey U> the jail." Jt wa:; no idle Mak-mr-nt, The r:ele- brafor previously (i;,d applied for lodging as ,-iii itinerant and had )>ebert given the key and told i.o I'.l himself in. DiMaggio Voted Best in American Yankee's Batting .Cham- Champion Gets Coveted Baseball Award CHICAGO — </!>)— Joe DiMaggio, who.se hjtting earned him the circuit's batting championship and aided the New York Yankees to a fourth straight world title, Tuesday was voted the most valuable player in tho American League for 1939. The 24-year old Yankee center fielder, who thus wins a trophy from the Sporting News, received 280 of a possible 336 points in balloting by a committee of tho Baseball Writers Association of America. DiMaggio, who hit .381 to win 'the American League batting title, was given 14 first place votes of 14 points each, with three writers of the 24- momber committee placing him second, three third, one fourth and two fifth. Choices for second place through tenth were rated from nine points each clown to one point. Tho naming of DiMaggio as the circuit's most valuable player caps the finest season the brilliant Italian- American star has enjoyed since hr came up with tho Yanks in l()3(i In that year 1 ho hit ..'J23 and followed with averages of .U(>4 and ;'/24, respectively, in 11)37 and 1938, This past season lie hit 3(1 homers and drove in 12(i runs. Jimmy Foxx, Boston first baseman who won the valuable player award for a third time last, year, captured .second place in the 19,'ffl balloting. Hi; received 171) points, a testimonial lo a fine season in which illness kept liiiu out of action for a long period. Although lie received only one first place ballot, two scribes placed him second and 11 made him their third place choice. Only one writer failed to place the Boston star. Eob Keller, Cleveland's young piclh- ing star who won 24 games, was Ihird with 15. r > points. Fourth place went I" Ted Williams, the Boston freshman outfielder who led the league in runs batted in, driving home 142, Williams received 12G points, although he did not gel any first place votes as Feller drew three. Charley Ruffing, Yank pitcher who won 21 games, failed to get fnsi place mention but piled up 116 points (or fifth place, six points ahead o[ Bill Dickey, the Yankee's .star catcher, who was first choice of three commili- ecmcn but was unplaced by 11 other.--. woman. Look at the pirl.s who—against all advice—marry n'er-do-wells, on the chain-e of reforming them. Chance Takers Look at the girls willing to marry a man with a eouple of marriage fal- ures to his dis-credil. Look at llu- girls who aren't afraid to lake a chance on a drunkard. Look at (he girls who arc ready and willing to try to cure a mule flirt. Look al the girls who will take a chance on a man (hey know (from actual experience:! cheated on his first wife. Such evidence indicates that a poll on whether or not unmarried girls would like to see all the chance taken out of marriage, might result in a landslide of "No's. At Plainview, Texas, two encrusted 'meteorites, found one-half mile apart, fit together perfectly, showing that they had fallen part way as one body. If the earth rotated on its axis IS times faster than it does, we would be thrown off into .space if we went too near the equator. • War Starts Boom In Quicksilver Workings SAN JOSE, Calif.—Wl—Old quicksilver workings in California received a stimulus when outbreak of the war brought a quick rise in price. Former President Herbert Hoover is interested in the New Idria group of mines, the largest in the country. Richest quicksilver mines on earth are in Italy and Spain. Fulminate of mercury, which is derived from the liquid metal, is important in wartime as a detonator of shells. It is now quoted at §135 per 70-pound flask, a sharp advance over its peacetime level. 1 Clear Cold-Clogged Head This Quick Way Clear that tormenting stuffiness— breathe more freely! Just .a few drops of Vicks Va-trb-nol —that's what you need. Feel it go right to work —bring real comfort. This treatment is successful because Va-tro-nol is active medication—containing several essential relief-giving agents plus ephedrine—expressly designed for nose and upper throat. Next time don't wait for a cold to get a head start. Used at first sniffle or sneeze, Va-tro-nol helps keep a cold from WAKE UP YOUR NQlt developing, • VICKS — VA-TRO-NSL REPHAN'S SPECIAL PURCHASE Distinctive flrc.'.-.e- from famous designer's. Ni. w giiiv.-inc Full and Winter Tor."."; in Ni'W Silk or Kaj'on v/o.iw.. 1 ., Hti'l .'.iteer woolens. VALUES to S4.98 On a Special group of o Kmart thrifty shoppers v.'iil be quick to reali/.e the.-.e value:;. A .special, group, of Ladiw Coats and Three Piece Suits; Made of. J^ood 'materials and by good worJur/anship. Plain and Fur Trim models. Values lo Sli.!l5 A Special Group Bought to sell f or ' $10.98 Take your choice of pi,tin or furred models in Coats or Throe Piece Suits. Not many at this price so see tiiem today. THE FRIENDLY STORE • WE, THE WOMEN Co-eds get a kiek out of taking a i-hariee on a blind dale, aceordinj; to the results of a poll taken at Pomona College in California. The information ought to he C"ii- sidered by the serious-minded pn>- tcssors who are teaching jnurrijigi 1 courses. Oi course, il doesn't, necessarily follow that if a girl prefers a chance tci a sure thing in dating her love of gambling will carry over in her choice of a husband. But it might. If so. what is the use of nrnfes- sor.s compiling statistics and stud.vint marriages to write such down-to- earlh books as the new "frcrficliny Success and Failure in Marriage?" A prediction of /a/hire might jusi arouse the gambling instinct in a ;;fp '• "''V^fe; So refreshing at lunch time Witli something good to cat, you want something good to drink. Make it ice-cold Coca-Cola and you'll add a taste-surprise to luncii. It's the drink that makes lunch time refreshment time. HOPE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. L. Hollamon Phone 392 114 W. 3rd St. -V *VM'• - !<4'!•>/'•* "ci" .'.- ; • ';,£•?»<&!; •j r [ v .-.. ^'-,v^ 1 --'.. ".: Ssjt t* .•

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