Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 10, 1939 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1939
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vr HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS , KaVcfilBer 10.1930 Kavanaugh Credits Mates Who Protect Pitcher By JERRY BRONDF1ELD NUEA Service Sports Writer BATON ROUGE — William Kcn- heth Kavanaugh . . . Bernie Moore calls him one of the greatest pass receivers of ail time . . . certainly Ihc outstanding end in the respect this season . . . Handsome, black, curly hair, with toothpastt ad smite .. .Twen- ' ty-three years old . . Stands 6 feet 3 inches . . . Weighs 200 pounds. Tfifails from Little Bock . . which produced some of the nation's groates ends . . . such as Jerry Dalrymplc of Tulane, Wear Schoonover and Jim Ben ton of Arkansas, and Ralph Wenzcl of current Tulane team, not to mention a lot of baseball players, including Schoolboy Rowe. Started football career early . . played on junior high school team which Vrin mythical state championship modest and unassuming almost to a fault gives most of his pass-snatching credit to blockers who protect Leo Gird, sharp-shooting sophmore who forms the pitching end of aerial barrage. Taking general arts and science course, with major in physical education . . But isn't sure what he'll do after graduation this June . .good student but makes no pretense of being a scholar. . . One of best-looking and most sought-after men on campus . , .but doesn't give co-eds much of a break . . There's a gal friend waiting in Little Rock. Favorite non-athletic diversions are fishing and riding . . Considered one of the greatest all-round athletes in Arkansas high school history . . Played right field and balled .341 for Louisiana Slate's Southeast Conference baseball champions. Adept at feinting and getting secondary" off balance when going after pass. . supposedly able to catch any ball thrown in county . .which probably accounts for the fact lhal he has scored 18 touchdowns and one extra point on pases during his college career for total of 119 points. Made all-conference as sophmore and" repeated last year. Critics claim he is weak on defense, but pass-snagging like his can cover a multitude of sins. - Almost a century and a half ago, in the mountains of North Carolina, John Morris kindled fire in his hearth, and since fires were hard to start with flint and tinder, he kept it burning Sentiment grew around the blaze, and each succeeding generation took gver the lask of keeping it alive. Il is still burning. The high mark for major league base ball attendance was reached m 1930. when 10,186,00 person paid admis- LION FOOTBALL BROADCAST 155P.I. Saturday, Nov. llth RICE INSTITUTE vs. UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT RADIO STATIONS KARK Little Rock ... 890 Kilocycles KELD El Dorado .... 1370 KFPW Fort Smith .... 1210 KBTM Jonesboro .... 1200 Sponsored By LION OIL REFINING COMPANY El Dorado, Arkansas THE PAYOFF By JERRY BRONDF1ELD NEA Service Sports Writer Noire Dame's victory express, scheduled to move into Iowa City, Nov. 11 is heeding warning signs which read: 'Slo\v down—Danger Ahead." There nre a number of critics who insist that this is merely an average Notre Dame football team and lhat Ihe Luck of the Irish is bound to run out sooner or later. The engagement with Iowa—ti game in which there are more angles than a geometry lesson—looms more and more as Elmer Layden's Waterloo even though the South Benders are given the margin of one eyelash. Dr. Eddie Anderson, the old Notre Dame end who has done a magnificent job of restoring new vigor In Ihc Hawkcyes. would like nothing better than lo break the Irish victory string. The surprising Hawks beat a good Purdue team last week and have in Nile Kinnick, one of the midwest's most brilliant backs. Irish injuries have weakened the club. Iowa will be in top shape. Cornell's unsullied record goes on the block against Colgate at Ithaca. The Big Red must be given the edge but Andy Kerr, like Bob Zuppke, usually can be counted upon for at least one big day a year. Unbeaten Tulane Tackles Alabama Dartmouth, gathering momentum, looks like a good November club and figures to take Princeton by at least a touchdown at Princeton. Fordham is favored over Indiana in New York. Yale will try to bounce back after being swamped by Dartmouth last week, and probably will bounce high enough to get over Brown in New Haven. Harvard and Army get together in Cambridge, with the Cadets deserving a slight edge in a game that should be decided by breaks. Pitt and Carnegie Tech wage intra- city war in Pittsburgh with the Skibos picked to make it two in a row over the Panthers. Columbia is a slight favorite over Navy in Baltimore and undefeated George town gets the call over Maryland in Washington. Missouri is given a slight bulge over N. Y. U. in New York. The feature battle in Dixie finds Tulane taking en Alabama in New Orleans, with the Green Wave running attack, strongest in the south, ex- ceptcd to provide the margin of victory. Georgia Tech entertains a surprising Kentucky team in Atlanta with the Rambling Wreck figured to stop the Lexington charge. Louisiana State should defeat Mis- sissippo State in a close one in Baton Rouge. North Carolina State appears in for another pasting in Raleigh . . this time at the hands and feet of unbeaten and untied Duquesne. Michigan and Minnesota, with some of the wind taken out of their sails, meet for the Little Brown Jug in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines should regain the pottery but only after a battle of the first magnitude. Northwestern, coming fast, has a decided edge on Purdue in Evanston. Ohio State intends to use 10 students managers and the watcrboy against Chicago on Ihe Midway. Illinois had a big da yagainst Michigan and I have an idea that Bob Zuppke will enjoy another against Wisconsin in Champaign. Marquctlc should defeat Iowa State in Milwaukee. Nebraska gets our vole over Kansas in Lincoln. Oklahoma envisions no great trouble with Kansas Slate at Manhattan. Texas Aggies Tackle Dangerous Mustangs Texas A. & M. takes on a dangerous Southern Methodist outfit at Col- ege Station, with the Aggies favored to keep their slate clean. Jack Crain Texas -an edge ovci Baylor at Waco. Rice and Arkansas, ire a toss-up in Houston. Mighty Southern California continues its Rose Bowl march in Loi- Angles, hooking up with a Stanford team which shouldn't give the Tro- 'ans much trouble. A weak California team probably Bigger Red Cross (Continued from fage One) Red Cross assisted 130,000 persons nt a cost of 52,276,109. During 1938, Mrs. Mnrtindale said, 32,-JOO persons lost their lives as a result of automobile accidents. To help curb this alarming spectre of death on the highway 1 , the Red Cross established, in 1935, its highway first aid stations. After four years, she said, extensive campaigning and training of first aiders, 5.362 stations have been opened, standing ready to treat the injured and to save the dying. Tliis newly-introduced service, she said is being coupled with the 30-year- old first aid program which combats all forms of accidental death. During the past year the two itiiUiontjt first aider was trained. Red Cross Nurses "Red Cross public health nurses made l.(MG, 933 visits to or on behalf of the indigent sick during the past 12 months." she stated. "They are crarying out their work in communities where nursing and medical aid are not readily available, such as rural and mountain areas and on isolted islands long our cost. These nurses, numbering 655 Iso examined 595,575 children for possible physical defects and arranged through Red Cross chapters for proper treatment where it was judged necessary." The Junior Red Cross, it was explained, is recognized as the largest youth organization in the country. It has a membership of approximately ft.000.000 young Americans of grammar nd high school age. In addition to their regular services of assisting disaster-stricken children and their many local programs, the Junior Red Cross carries on a system of international correspondence in an effort to create a better understanding between nations. Last year. Mrs. Martindale said, the Red Cross trained 100.361 persons in life .saving, bringing the total number trained since the service was organized in 1914 to the million mark. She pointed out that 7.500 persons lost their lives in water sports during the past 12 months. This was a reduction of approximately 33 per cent over the 1914 figure, despite (lie increasing number of persons seeking recreation on our coastal and inland waters. £he .said ;i recent Red Cross survey indicated that 80.00.000 take part in water sports annually. As 'Cash-and-carry' Became Law 1 Juror* Read the Furtniei, Attorney Aftked Mi»trial ROANOKE, Va.—(/P)—A juror's iovc for the funnies almost broke up an important criminal trial here. Defense Attorney S. R. Price asked Judge Benjamin linden to declare n 'mistrial because the juror took a copy of a Roonokc paper, containing testimony the jury had not been allowed lo hear, into the jury room. The judge ugtfocd that reading tile story might prejudice the jurors, bul suggested that perhaps they luidu'l read thai part of the paper. Sure enough, one of Ihc jurors loh Ihe judge lie took the paper in jus to let a colleague keep up with . the doings of a comic strip character. The trial went on. Soupy, Soupy, Soupy, With Millions of Bean* * OXNARD, Calif.—(/P)—The busiest September limn bcnn growers have ever experienced is attributed by their trade association directly lo the war. Price o£ the beans took a big Jump. The game of "Seven Up'' is the tfird sharp's favorite since it is the easiest at which to cheat. Legal Notice Ycrgcr and Mindcn lo Play at 2:45 Saturday The Ycrgcr High School-Mindcn La., football game will bo played at Yerger field at 2-.-15 p. in. Saturday Admission will be 25 and 50 cents Yerger is undefeated and unscorin on. Mindcn lias lost but one ga Ihiji year. Man IliUs Car Warning Order No. 5371 In the Chancery Court ot llcinp-sleiicl County, Ark. Mary Louise Maltison Plaintiff v». Kenneth Maurice Madison, Defendant The Defendant, Kenneth Maurica Malti.son warned In appear in thi.'l court within thirty days and answer the complaint "t the Plaintiff, Mary Louise Mnttison. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 3rd day of November 11139. Halph Hailey, Clerk Lawson Glover Solicitor for Plaintiff, Royce Weiscnberger, Attorney Nov. 3, 10, 17, 'i\ The camera records an historic moment as President Roosevelt signs the Neutrality Bill at his White House desk. Watching, left to right, are: William Bankhcad, Speaker of the House; Secretary of State Cordcll Hull; Vice President John Garner; Senate minority leader Charles McNary, and Senator Barklcy, majority leader. BUTTE, Mont.—(/!')—"Hit and run in reverse," was the way police label ed tlie accident report. Bert Goslin Jr., told (he officers a pedestrian walk ed into the .side of his car, and injured liis eye. Goslin rushed him to a hospital and ran inside for assistance in carrying the patient to the examination room. When Goslin returned with a stretcher carrier the the victim had fled. pastor's subject at the evening preaching hour, beginning nl 7:30. Come be a blessing and receive a blessing. You are always welcome. TALBOTFEILD.Sr. ACCIDENT and IIKAI.TII U'illi Life Insurance Clahns Paid 100% Promptly 9 years with Reliance Life Box 41, Hope, Ark. Tax Notice Monday, November l;-i, will be the last day to pay your personal taxes without penalty. There will be no extension of time. The state law fixes November K5 as the final date to pay personal taxes without penalty. You are ur^ed to mail yuur statement with payment now. All collections will be at the sheriff's office in Washington. It is not my intention to "be hard" on anyone—but these taxes are f«r the benefit of everyone and must be paid. Sheriff and Collector College Arkansas State Teachers vs. Ouchita nt Arkadclphia, Arkansas Tech vs. Concordia of Minnesota at Russellville (night). Hendrix vs. Henderson State at Conway (night.) High School Prescott at Hope. El Dorado at Smackovcr. Stuttgart at Forrest City. Clarksvillc at Fort Smith. Blythevillc at Jonesboro. Pine Bluff at Hut Springs. Lonoke at Searcy. Cotton Plant at Augusta. Lake Village at McGchcc. Batcsville at Conway. Van Burcn at Fayetcville. Harrison at Rogers. Gurclon at Warren, Amity at Ashdown. Rector al Earlc. Paris at Atkins. Magnolia at Nashville. Bauxite at Malvcrn. Brinkley at Clarendon. Piggott at Paragould. Dycss at Corning. Te.xarkana Catholic High at Horitio. Camdcn vs. North Lille Rock al Wildcat Field. Little Rock vs. Fordyce at Fordyce. when Washington will be weaker leaves Berkley. Santa Clara has too much for Michi- an State in San Francisco. Oregon State should take Orcgoi at Eugene. In the Rocky Mountains it looks like Denver ove r Colorado State at Den vcr, Utah over the University of Hawi in Salt Lake, and Utah State ove Bringham Young at Logan. ter of the town, a bullet hole in the head. The aftermath of this remarkable shot: A neighborhood row over the ownership of the goose; Mrs. Nick Smith, mother of Marian hailed into federal court on a charge of illegal possession of the goose; John Fowler, 21, who also look a potshot at the flock, arrested on a charge of bunting geese out of 'season; J. W. Rcneau, also alleged to have shot, tried fo rviolation of the federal game law, acquitted: Assistant District Attorney Albert Bryson indicated that perjury charges might be made against some of the witnesses al Renau's trial. Marlin Smith, the cause of it all escaped without a charge. Mrs. Smith and Fawler entered pleas of guilty and Judge Ben C. Oawkins suspended penalties. When the goose fell there were cveral claimants, it was, reported to edcral authorities, but Marian won he argument on the ground thai il vas his bullet that knocked the goose out of the sky. Mrs. Smith cooked the goose and :livided it among her neighbors, Fow- ,er, who admitted that he also fired a shot, getting as some of his share some of the goose dressing but none of the meat. ' Remarkable Shot Has Its Aftermath Neighborhood Row Develops Over Shot That Brought Goose Down SHREVEPORT, La. — (/P)— A flock of wilk geese were winging their wa> southward over Oil City October 2<1 Marlin Smith, 13, picked up his .2 rifle, fired a shot at the flock anc a goose tumbled 500 feet to the cen • CHURCH NEWS Garret Memorial [taptisl Church Hollis A . I'lirtlc, Pastor Kid. J. T. Duggar, Missionary to Brazil will preach at Garrctt Memorial Church to-night at 7:30. Come sec and hear Bra. Duggar as it may be your lost opportunity as he plans to sail soon. Hope Gospel Tuhernacle Kev. James K. HamlH, Pastor Five hundred is the goal for the Sunday School at the Hope Gospel Tab crnaelc Sunday. The school now is running well over four hundred. Rev. Win. F. McPhcrson, who is conducting the revival at the Tabernacle will preach at boht the morning and evening service on Sunday. The revival will continue throughout the next week, services each night a't 7:30, except Saturday night, and each day at 10 a. m. except Monday and Saturday. Worship with the Tabernacle con- .jrcgation on the Lord's day. You will ilways find a welcome and a friendly crowd at Ihc Tabernacle. BAI'TIST William II. Hamilton, Pastor "Death Because of Others' Sins" will l>c the Pastor's subject at the 10:55 service Sunday morning. This will be the last .sermon on the life of John the Biiptist. Sunday school assembles by dcpart- 'm'enls at 9:45, affording an opportunity of Christian fellowship and the .study of God's Word. "Jonah's Conversion" will be the Pastor's subject at -the 7:30 service Sunday night. This sermon will discuss the second conversion that Jon- ih experienced, or possibly the third .;r fourth. Baptisl Training Union meets at 6:30 Cor training in essential church activities. Atention is called to the fact that AVO now Deacons will be ordained at the church next Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public is cordially invited, the members are expected. To all who would know the Lord better this church opens wide its doors Whilncii Baptisl Flocking to Army on Armistice Eve October Enlistments Set New Peace-Time Record forlJ. S. WASHINGTON -M'/— Twenty-one years after the World war armistice young men arc joining the army, navy, marine corps and national guard in record numbers. Department of War officials reported Friday that regular army onlish- mcnts during October exceeded 20,000 the largest number rocruiling in any month except in war-time. Fearing an outbreak of cholera ir 1882, health authorities of Washington, D. C. banned practically every article of food, including fish, fruits vegetables, for three months. Piepul Pounds Through Armyi UN1TV BAPTIST C. I). Sallcc, Pastor "The Membership in Evangelism," will be Ihc pastor's subject for the Sunday morning preaching hour. Special effort is being made to have every member present at this service. Preaching hour, 11. Sunday school 10. B. T. C. 6:30. We have a place for you in our B. T. C. The adult group is having special Bible study each Sunday night, with the Bible as the text book. "Justification by Faith." will be the Elder Walter C. Whitney, Baptis Missionary, to Brazil will speak at the Unity Baptist church at 7:30 p. m Friday night. Come out and hear him all members of the church are requested to be there. All Visitors arc welcome. QUALITY PIANOS Beasley's Te.xarkana, Ark. HARVEY ODOM Local Representative AT YOUR SERVICE Prescription Specialists W' have long had a reputation for filling prescriptions with scientific precision, and Ihe freshest drugs we insure your health; we cooperate with your physician. Two graduate phar- mist.s on duty. WARD & SON The Loading Druggist "We've Got It" I'lioiic C2 • motorcycle Delivery NOTICE We "will not be open on Armistice Day Saturday, November llth. (Legal Holiday) Citizens National Bank First National Bank •- » Completely surrounded by foemcn, fullback Piepul of Notre Dame (at left in black jersey), nevertheless kicked up a lot of dust at Yankee Stadium before he was brought down by Army lankier on the opening kickoff. Notre Dame won, 14 to 0. Hope vs. Prescott Enjoy the Game More! With Aii Official Bobcat Program LISTS: Names, Numbers, Weights and Positions of all Hope and Prescott players. Team Picture Bobcat Squad. New Rules for 1939 Officials Band Members, Cheer Leaders, etc. On Sale at Stadium 5c

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