Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 6, 1939 · Page 3
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SOCIETY 'HOPE! STAB, Sid Henry Sunsets for Sal<. Suppose thill people hiid )„ |);iv To sec Ji Minsrt's crimson |>);,v, And Ilic m:ii!ie stars of the Mi|| ( \ \Va.v Suppose it w ,, s fjft v ,..,, nts ., |li( ,f )t ' To sec the irn'iit moon's .«nf(Yon li«li| Or wiiU-li (i null in ifs K'wt'fnl flight' Suppose CJofl i-h.-ii-frofl us fo r flowers iiml rain I'ut a |>n>ch:i.«o ),rin> 1,1, .-, l,i,-,|' s tfland K train (•I musie . . tli,. dawn misl on the pin in. How mnoli would ; ,ii anlnnin land- NCJtpO COSt, I Or a window rlrlii'J will, winter fro-t i And Ilio nniihow's ,.|o,v. so <,iiicklv lost'. 1 And tovo'.' How much would ,,,-ople! l>n.V r-'or (In- lunrji of ii child at dose of. day; Suppo..,e (;,«) d,;,r^.<| , K for them | ' B:IV"! ' | ,. we r ..-,icl for a ijlipmse of! Telephone 321 jK'ioiim. the monnliKhl IK-MISS the floor, The voice of a friend at the open (If IOt', We 1.,,'K i he Muster f,,r m o r c—and ml "' ( ' ! • • -Selected. Miss Martha Waddle spi.-nt the week '•nil in Ashdnwn, the KUI-SI of Miss Mildred .fohnson. t''or tin- wing of ripplinn mountain rills. Ah, what a poor return for these We yield at i,inht on bended knees KiHWlliiix lh;inl<s«ivin B -. muml>lin|' STARTS TUESDAY Alice Faye Constance Bennett Nancy Kelly "TAIL SPIN" —and— "A WOMAN IS THE JUDGE" Rochelle Hudson Mr<;. Hcr.shfl .Stevens nnd Mrs. Archie H;il(. ,,! Ashdmvn ,-irc guests of Tin- J. W. Wimb.-rly'.s. _O- Hi-n.lrix P<i|v jr. ,,f Rl Dorado wns the wock end (...ticM ,,( friends in the '•'">. nnd rcli,liv(»i in Niishvilli- -OM'•••:. 1'Yr.l 0. Miii-sli;,l| ,,f Tt'X- nrkiin.-i \V;IK the S:iturcljiv xuc.st of Mi.-.f M;,|!nic Hell ;cnd !!«• T Bell -O- Thr John C;iin chaiitur, D. A. R. mcciiiif-c hii.s heiMi postponed from this week, in TiK'sdiiy, November 14(h with .'. 12:30 bmdicnji »| Holol Burlow, with Mrs. K. K. MeKiuldin nnd Miss Mfimie Twitchell ;is hostesses. , Tin- -Rose club held its November meeting Kridiiy nfterunon in the home of Mrs-. Hugh Jones with Mrs. Cecil Weaver join) hostess. After tile ustiid COMING SUNDAY GREATEST OF ALL CAPRA PICTURES I How To Relieve Bronchitis Bronchitis, acute or chronic, Is an Inflammatory condition of the mucous membranes lining the bronchial lubes. Creomulslon goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, increase secretion and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender, tnflnmod bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you u bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding that you are to like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis MONDAV TUESDAY "MARCH of TIME" NEWS FRANK CAPRA S lloHJashiiiton Jean ARTHUR*Jomes"STE WART wiih CLAUDE RAINS • EDWARD ARNOLD • GUY KIBBEE • THOMAS MITCHELL • BEULAH BOND! Directed by FRANK CAPRA • Screen ploy by SIDNEY BUCHMAN • A COLUMBIA HCTU« 4, ^Creator ol "ll Happened One NIeM" Y5| "Mr. Dpedi Gael To Town", "toil ^> Horuon". ' rou Can't Take l( Wilh You" He's got a million I' She's an angel-face with Ihe devil in her j eyolWhotccyclonej they turn loose !)***• fcZ '" l WALTER CQNNOUY VERREE TEASOALE JAMES ELLISON IIU M011 • UIHKKti ADAMS IMHKiltt PillCJOKU State Teachers to Play Tigers Friday Bears Need Victory to Stay In College Title Race LITTLE ROCK, Ark --</!>)- The Arkansas Teachers college* Bears, state champions for the last throe years, will he either in or on! of the 193!) title race before next Sunday rolls uround. The Bears from Conway pack up Ihpir traveling kits for n jaunt down to Arkmli'lpliiii |« meet Ouchita's Tigers Friday night. A defeat for Ihe Bears would eliminate them from the nice. A victory nnd they would haw a chance to repent. They miiy enter (ho city limits of Arkndelphiti with misgivings for it was there week before last that the under-rated Henderson noddies sprang the f'rentest upset of the season in Arkansas by Inking Ihe Benrs 7-0. Henderson will move to Conwny to meet the Ifemdrix Warriors for'the second lime this year. Henderson won the first game 1,'LC. Arkansas Slate of Jonesboro stays at home to engage the University of Tennessee Junior College. Arkansas A and M of Monlicello goes to Cleveland to meet John Cm-oil University. Arkansas Tech and Concordia of Morehend, Minn., will buttle it nut at Hussellville. Complete Information, to Say the Least WACO. Texas.—(/p)—H' takes more thun intelligence to make a good em- ploye. Baylor university officials have decided. There's a confidential file in the administration office. In the file are estimates, by professors, of students' honesty, initiative, reliability, personality, emotional stability and capacity to cooperate. When a prospective employer writes to inquire about an ex-Baylorite who seeks n job the university sends him not only the student's academic record but the confidential appraisal of his personal qualities. routine of business was transacted the meeting was turned over to the loader. Mrs. Katie Cantley. The flower for special study was the clirysan- theemum and all persons Inking part on the program presented interesting and informative data on this subject. After the program a general discussion of future plans for the club proved most interesting. The December meeting will be on the third Friday instead of the first. Delicious refreshments were served during the social hour. Miss Happy Pritchard of Little Rock spent the week end with her mother. Mrs. Eli/ubeth Pritchard and other home folks. | Mrs' James R. Henry and children | were week, end guest.s of Mr. and Mir. J. M. Ligon in Conwav. i — \J — | Mrs. Henry H. Stuart, who has spent past few months with relatives returned to i in !hei Missouri points has home in this city. Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Hendrix announce the marriage of their oldest daughter, Juanita to Calvin B. Barnes. yon of Mrs. Sarah Barnes, of Ozan. The wedding was soloini/.ed by the Rev. W. R. Hamilton in a "short ceremony Saturday November 4. at i the- home of the brides parents. Relatives and close friends were only j attendance. The bride is a graduate of Hope High School. The couple will reside in Oznn. WEDNESDAY Jackie Cooper Freddie Bartholomew "2 BRIGHT BOYS" OUR BOARDING HOUSE w THE BOX , r OPFICE JUST GOT WORD >THAT BABA WAS PINCMED FOR LOITERING AROUND A WOT DOG STAND/ AAV WORD, BUSTETR, REFEREE T3AFFERTV SEEMS TO BE" ,> BROADCASTING A GENERAL CHALLENGE/ EGAD — TWlS IS 'FANTASTIC/ MY INJURY WILL. NOT 'PERMIT TO GRAPRLE IND\SCR|rA\r4ATELY VMTW ANY OPPONENT/ m with Major Hoople OWING TO THE SUODEW ILLNESS OF- BAD BOUNCE BABA, IN THIS tMeR&^MCY T ANA -REQUESTED TO ASK 1 IF THERE is ANYONE IN TME HOUSE WILLING TO WRESTLE WITH MACTOR MOOPLE/ HERE'S ALI BEM ZEEN, THE TURKISH COME GET UP IN THERE / ij^ABA'S IN J/ML, AMD \WOULO 9OMEONE LIKE TO BE WITH Mlfc i. s. PAT, orr. \\-bj Texas Aggie-SMU Football Clash Saturday Expected to Be Thriller Southwest Conference Championship May Hinge On Outcome—Arkansas Prepares to Meet Rice In Houston DALLAS. Texas —(fl'i— The two den and Johnny Clement, a gang . real powerhouses of the Southwest. unbeaten Texas A. and M. and Southern Methodist, collide clown on the banks -of the Braxons ne.xl Saturday. The impact should be terrific. Downright destructive in piling up seven straight triumphs, the latest a 27-o smashing of Arkansas, the Aggies rank us one of the nation's finest. Southern Methodist. 10-0 winner over Texas Saturday, has two ruth- er tiny blotches on its record. Oklahoma tied them, 7-7. and Notre Dame skidded by. 20-19. Those two teams rale among the first six in the country. A schoolboy knows the winner of Ihe College Station skrimish should be your next Southwest conference champion. The Aggies have clipped Texas Chris! ian. Baylor and Arkansas. The- Melhodisl, in on league-start, disposed of Texas and Cowboy Jack Crain. Able to absorb the expected aerial assault from Arkansas, the Aggies snatched every opportunity within sight and stiffened when the Pork- ling reserve, cooked up a little running, passing and kicking poison that must have shocked tiie Aggie scout jolting down things to watch for next week. Two great lines, backoff up by versatile offensives, will be in operation Saturday. The Aggie stadium should bulge with some 25,000 despite its location far from a metropolis. The Methodist lost a couple of starters in the Texas game, and Bob Baccus and Fullback Bob Belville, but, ironically, their replacements were genuine /heroes. Reserve End E. L. Keeton snatched Clement's .touch down pass and otherwise played beautifully, while Bearden was the game's biggest ground eater with 101 yards from scrimmage, Bearden, however, .suffered a knee hurt. Two more conference games must shift lightly to the background. Texas a -fine team against SMU and still decidedly in the running, meets Baylor at Waco.Baylor after successive ?0-0 pollings from Nebraska and the Aggies, flew back at Texas Christian, and walloped them, 27-0. Rice, .still without fire, dropped 13-7 decision to Fordham at Ne.. York and started home to prepare Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. While and Jack White all of Waldo were Sunday guests of friends in Blevins. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Osborn and sons of Hope were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Bonds. Miss Gladys Hunt of Prescott spent last week end as guests of Miss Helen Wade. Howard Honea spent Monday and Tuesday of last week visiting Dale Bonds in AAadelphia. Miss Marie Ward of Arkadelphia was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AT. T. Wade. ; even hinted at scoring. The stingy Aggies lino ont-p repelled the Porkers ,*„,„ C ,,, L , .,,„, lt - L1 ,,„,,,,.: IVJ ,.u <=,.„>, * with first down on Ihe three throwing ] for Arkansas' invasion at Houston them hack two yards in four punch.' es. Th(> Methodist, always long on de- Texas Christians, a sad sight now with its regulars on the side..„ - lines with hurts, plays the Tulsn fenstv had (lie antidote for Jack Hurricane at Fort Worth in an in- Crain'.s long runs—a general swarm- ' (ersectional game. IIIK of the line—and delivered with' The great Christian team of a year its own ground guns. Sophmore Pres-' Bowl winners and undefeated, should ton Johnson, Fullback Wally Bear- win their second game in seven starts November Coat SALE NOW'S YOUR CHANCE It's Choose Your Coat Week the oiK'e-a-year event that brings you Wide Variety • Breathtaking Values $15 Dressmaker COATS Superbly tailored now unlrimmoil coats! Fitlcil or svviiKfirr versions \villi inlriT.slinjf ilctuils—ruis«'<( .stiuulilfrs, gniccful lj;icl< fullness. Fine fubrirs ril>- lii'd or nulihy woolens. Some fur trimmed. Si/es HI to 'id Words i-iui'f do justice (o (he array. Hurry in and see these new fashions for yourself. Ladies Specialty Shop MONDAY 7 & «:3(| Ginger ROGERS S ^ L now AUGH WITH David NIVKN COMMON FOOD "HACHELOR MOTHERS" _ PLUS - FOOTBALL NEWS TUES. 1-DAY--1 maniac killer at the wheel! Driving school bus full of hapless youngsters inuiBli a blinding blizzard . . . Driving through a hail or police bullets "MICKEY THE KID" with BRUCE CABOT R»lph Ziisii Tommy BYRD 1'ITTS RYAN Jessie Ralph June Storey Also MUSICAL and CARTOON Matinee lOc Nile lOc - 20c _ Colored Bal. lOc NOW'S YOUR CHANCE "It's Choose Your COAT WEEK" Bmilh taking Values $15.00 LADIES Specialty Shop HORIZONTAL, Answer to Previous Puzzle \ 1 Pictured food. 6 It was originally a native South plant, 13 Eager. f 14 Rail (bird). I 16 Crab plover, ' 17 Sinister glance. 19 Sparrow. 21 Eucharist wine vessel. 22 Formed in squares. 44 Cravats. 24 Tree. 46 Liliaceous 26 Plural tree, pronoun. 47 Musical note. 27 Dress 48 Outdoor fastener. * sport. 20 Southeast. 52 Story.' ' 30 North Wales 54 Pound. 32 To pierce 56 High card. with a knife. 58 To mend. 34 Exclamation. CO Convulsive 36 Hooked tic. projection. 62 Bulb. 38 Sharp and C4 Tenselj harsh. stretched. 40 Egyptian god. 66 Undraped 41 To bang. statues. 43 Afternoon 68 It is a meals. food. QUALITY PIANOS Beasley's Texarkana, Ark. HARVEY ODOM Local Rcprusviitutivu TALBOT FEILD, Sr. ACCIDENT and Ilb'ALTH Wilh Ufc Insurance Chirms Paid 100% Promptly 9 years with Reliance Life Box H Hope, Ark. 69 It is a staple food in temperate VERTICAL J Parent. 2 Leers. 3 Pedal digits. •! Grows old. 5 Bone. 6 Melody. 7 Markets. 8 Road. 9 Deity of war. 10 Insensibility. 11 To accumulate. 12 Compass point. 15 Rectangular figures. 18 Musical note. 20 Lairs. 22 Its is ttu edible part o) its plant. 23 Granted facts 25 Its plant is called an (Pi.). 28 Agreement. 31 To droop. 33 Rod vegetable. 35 String bean. 37 Temptation. 39 Fence bar. 42 Dinner. 45 Lazy English 47 Membranous bags. 49 Alleged forco 50 Slat. 51 Contest. •-?. 53 Toilet box. 1 55 Low singing voice. 57 Age. 59 Chaos. 61 Stir. 63 Mister. 65 Transposed. 67 Half an em. Blevins and Mrs. A. M. Yokum. Mrs. R. M. Cook, Mrs. Win Whitley, Mrs. Harold Gibbons and children of Texarkana, Mrs. H. H. Huskey, Mrs. Geo. W. Hunt and Miss Frances Francisco of Prescott were Thursday guests of Mrs. A. H. Wade. a Miss Ollie Myrle Goodlett of Nashville spent the week-end in Blevins visiting friends. Wall is Calloway of Murfreesboro addressed the Masonic lodge at their meeting Thursday night. Six Conference (Continued from Page On*) Srnnckover. The Standing* LITTLE ROCK, Ark -</P)— Standings and statistics of the Arkansas high school football conference including games of November 3: Team— Won Lost Td. Pet. Pine Bluff 6 0 — 1.000 Little Rock ' 3 ] — .750 Hope ,3 1 — .750 Fort Smith 2 1 — .666 El Dorado 3 2 — .600 Hot Springs 3 2 1 .583 North Little Rock 3 3 — .500 Benton 1 i __ .500 Ruxsellville .,..1 1 .500 Blytheville : i 3 _ .350 Clarksvillfe 0 9 1 J250 Forrest City 0 1 — .000 Camden 0 3 — .000 Jonesboro 0 4 — .000 Fordyce 0 3 — .000 Leading scorers: Player— Td. Fg. Pt. At Tot. R. Hutson (P. B.) 7 — — Moore (Benton) 5 — 2 Rowland (H. S.) 5 — 2 Fortner (N. L. R.) 4 — Leftwich (P. B.) 4 — 3 Ellen (Hope) 4 — _ Wnrrington (Bly) 3 — 3 Jones (Ft. S.) 3 —' 1 Hart (P. B.) 21 4 Games this week: Benton at Russellville — Thursday night. Little Rock at Fordyce—Friday night, Clarksville at Fort Smith—Friday night. Blytheville at Jonesboro — Friday night. Pine Bluff at Hot Springs — Friday night. Camden at North Little Rock — Friday night. Gaie Subsides on Eastern Coastline 65-Mile Storm Raked East> ern States All During Sunday Night By (he Associated Press A 65-rnile-an-hour gale that lashed the Eastern seaboard states with sleet and heavy rains and snow subsided Monday leaving in its make much Inland and waterfront property dd. mage. The storm battered the coastline Sunday night with a fury reminiscent of the New England hurricane of September, 1938. Garrett Memorial to Hear L. R. Mann Tuesday Eld. W. J. Burgess, pastor of Temple Baptist church at Little Rock, will preach at Garrett Memorial church Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Burgess is well known in this section of the state. The public arei- invited to attend this special ,scr- Hope's Kid Team Whips Ozan, 7 to 0 Fourth-Down Line Plunge Proves Margin of Victory for Hope. Hope's kid football team defeated Ozan, 7 to 0, at the high school stadium here Sunday afternoon. Hope's - -• ..-^.. score came in the latter part of the Mrs. Paris Phellips of Hope was the opening quarter as the result of pass- Tuesday guest of her parents, " " — : ~~ '" ' Mrs. Bertie Stewart. Misses Dorothy patched up" A-M SMU Texas ... Baylor .. Arkansas TC(J Rice A-M . . SMU Texas Baylor ... Rice Arkansas TCU Full Seasoi: WLT PtsOPP -.7 0 0 153 1G ....3 1 fiS 27 -420 81 66 .420 93 47 .2 5 0 66 105 ...-1 5 0 53 80 150 52 68 Conference WLTPtsOpp 3 0 0 67 G 1 0 0 10 0 2 1 0 40 35 2 1 0 46 27 0 1 (I 12 26 1 3 0 34 73 030 19 61 Leading Scorers Td Pat Pts Kimbrough. A-M 7 o 42 Crain, Texas (i 5 41 Conatser, A-M 5 » 30 Witt, Baylor 5 0 30 es, sweeping end runs and finally a fourth.down line plunge. Cedford Belli passed to Charles Parker for the extra point. The remaining three quarters were hard-fought with both teams threatening to score several times but lacking the punch to drive across. Defensive play by both teams sparkled at times. Outstanding for Hope were Cedford Bell, Charles Parker and Mark Buchanan. Outstanding for Ozan were Gibson Robertson, fullback, Billy Webb and Jack Goodletl. Hope will go to Ozan Sunday for a return game. The game Sunday was (lie second straight., .win for Hope and Loyce Stewart and John Stewart were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Tim J. Stewart and family. Miss Charline Stewart spent last week end in Little Rock with friends. The Morning AfterTaktng Carter's Little Liver Pills lhi> Lute Mr. Bond ...is not late for work any more! He saves second* every A.M. with his new MUNSINGWEAR SKIT- Trunks. Stream-lined, to the nth! Bothersome buttons? Not a one! Just soft knitted fabric, with the important supporter feature! And look at this stream-lined MCNSINGWEAR SKIT-Shirt. Warm, comfortable...full cut, with lots of arm room. Stream-lined prices, too. « KIT-TRUNKS 49c 8KIT.SHI1T 49c We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store Geo. W. Robison £K Co, HOPE NASHVILLE What could be sweeter . . . neater than these coy and clever irresistibles! Priced to meet your budget too. Other styles 2.95 to 9.95. "Junior-ized" to "Glamorize" Sizes 9 to 17 FASHION SHOP AT YOUR SERVICE Prescription Specialists We have long had a reputation for filling prescriptions with scientific precision, and the freshest drugs we insure your health; we cooperate with your physician. Two {graduate phar- mists on duty. WARD & SON The Leading Druggist "We've Got It" Phone C2 .Motorcycle Delivery

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