Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 27, 1939 · Page 3
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•„»* HOPELSI'AK, tf OPE, ARKANSAS /Vfrs. HIIV lie happy'.' Well, 1 clnn'l How t know. Since pleasures and sorrows cornel and i;o ! And who this evening is forthright Kind Tomorrow with reason vniiy wake up sad, And c'.'rlainly, none fur his lilllc while Of sorrow would c-all tin (In* snd to smile Now to he hiippy'.' Well. I should .' ay Live to your liexl I'lum day In (lay; Think more of others and si>mcxv)i;it les Of the loss and gain calk-d selfishness; Stand cheerfully lo |)K- weight nf care All shoulders and backs arc made to bear; ilioul when the ilav is >(• Imppy? It's (live ;i n little of nil you miike. too much of your fellow - him fnvors whenever vuu ke|> And CJIITV thru For tln.« ntheis a jest or Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat ol the trouble to loosen germ lac!<;n phlegm, Increase secretion and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding that you nre to llko the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. two. How to tnke And sliiirr; Don't nsk man, But grant can. Work hard; piny fnir conscience elenr. And you'll he hiippy enough here, ; At least :is happy, it seems to me. • As ever a mnn was meant to be. . --E. A. G 'Ihrouch |)>e courtesy of the Bc.'i.s- ley Music Company. Texarkiimi, m orj'mi Kecitiil was given on Sundn.t afternoon at Saint Marks tepsieopa church. Miss Annie Laurie Kehkoi-p of Texarkana gave, the following pro Kriin; I—Ave Marie, by Schubert, In dian Summer by Vibhard. II—A Med ley of Favorite Hyjnn.s; In Tlic Galden, Nearer My God to Thee; Tin Old HiiKged Cross: III—Medley o I'iimiliar Music: Love's Old Swce Sony; Believe Me If All Those En- dearini! Young Charms. Old Folks at Home. IV—A Cloister Scene by Mason and Lielwstraum by Liszt. Luther llolloman gave an impromptu Het'ilal afte rtlieh program. Mi.ss Reh- korpf assisted by Mis. Clyde Hill, church organist, also played for the Morning Prayer a! eleven o'clock. -O- The W. M. S. will sponsor a Thiinks- Kiving Food Sale. Wednesday at the office of J. F. Porterfield, on East Front street. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MgjorHoople "Tootsie" Cargile "~ L ' >L '- J ~ ~ < ^& l &&v<*'&&&''' """ ' ""^^BbK *^ Scores for Tulsa forCoughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis STARTS TUESDAY "YOUNG DR. KILDARE" HENRY FONDA and SHIRLEY TEMPLE "Susanna of the Mounties" Jml '$'liuyest Kt-u f MONDAY - TUESDAY DARRYL F. ZANUCK'S production, 1 LtLT 'EM HAVE BOTH •yes, YOUR ~ WORKED PERFECTLY/ THOSE FELINES REVIV/E THE 6OR.Y COMB/XT OF THE COL06SEUAA WITH THE- ROLE OF FRieHTEMED GL&DlkTOR/ ./GENDARMES R/MO •SHOW/ CONFOUND IT/ TWO5E ALLEY PROWLERS W\LL SCRATCH MY CAT HEAR POLICE SIREN, TOO/ LET'S OUCK I WTO THE MILDRED THAT OUGHT TO BRING 'EM DOWN LIK& TRIPE APPLES/ WHO'S •BLASTING MIGHT TWOU6AUD EVES/ COPK. ItlVBV NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT His Two Touchdowns Enable Tulsa to 'Whip Drake, 14 to 6 TULSA, Okla.—WP)—Two long touch down pitches in the first and last periods enabled Tulsa University to muzzle the favored Drake Bulldogs I 14 to G Saturday before u shivering crowd of 5000. Sophmore Quarterback "Happy" Mile. 1 made both payoff passes to Halfback Nolan Cargile. the first from ! the Drake 25 and the second from the 29. Marshall Dennis, substitute guard, kicked both extra points. Cargile is a graduate of Hops High School and former star halfback on the Bobcat grid team. Navy Correcting Destroyer Fault i Seaworthiness Damaged by Great Speed and Heavy Guns Laughing It Off? A wedding announcement that will be of interest to the friends of the bride in this city, is that of Miss Helen Louise Holloman in the Sun- clay issue of the Arkansas Gazette, fls follows: The marriage of Miss Helen Louise Holloman, daughter of Clyde Hnllomnn of Hope and John Joseph Knc.sal. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Knesa) of Little Rock was solemnized, Sunday afternoon, November 19th at Our Lady of Hope Counsel rectory. The Rev. H. H. Werneke read the service in the presence of members of the immediate families. Miss Helen Wilhnan was the bride's only attendant. She wor a dress of grape? wine crepe, with .small fur trimmed hat to match. Her accessories were brown, and she wore a corsage of Talisman roses. The bride wore a '•apphire blue velvet afternoon dross with tiny velvet bustle back hat to match, her corsage was of Sweetheart roses. Dafid Knesal Jr. served as best man for his brother. An informal rception was held at the home of the I bride groom's parents. Pink and while chrysanthemums were used in the' house, a three tiered wedding cake' centered the lace covered serving table 1 while bowls of pink roses and lighted tapers were at ither end. Miss Net- Major University Football Teams To Bring Season to Close Thursday Tennessee Is Likely Choice for Rose Bowl Bid—New Orleans Is Plugging for Tulane-Texas Aggie Game for Sugar Bowl Classic NEW YORK —(/Pi— The New Year's Day bowl prospectors, looking for gold in their tills, will be surveying in earnest this week us college foot- hall winds up the 19H!) season in ,-i double barreled blaze of glory. Word from Chicago and points farther west has Southern California and Tennessee, barring unforeseen accidents. lined up for the Rose Bowl. New Orleans is plugging for Tulane aRiiinst (lie best available, probably Texas A. and M., for its Sugar Bowl. Di.xe Hou'cll's border conference champions from Temple (Ariz.) State will be hosts ill the Sun Bowl. But beyond that, nothing has been heard from Miami's Orange Bow! or tin-- Dallas Cotton Bowl, and the only and conference rules will keep Corn 11 and Ohio State from accepting all invitations. rose out of last place and dropped Rice into it with a 21-0 win. Oklahoma A and M took second place in the Missouri Valley League by whipping Crcighton, 20-9. Thursday second Thanksgiving Day- card will feature the Tennessee-Kentucky, Texas Aggies-Texas and UCLA Washington State games. Saturday, while'President Roosevelt is watching sub-par Army battle sub-par Navy before the customary crowd of 102,000. Tulane will tackle Louisiana State and Georgia Tech will play Georgia in Southeastern headlines; and Southern California will play Washington, which won out over Oregon last Thursdav. • THE PAYOFF only one player with another American League club in which the Yankee.'- arc interested, and he's not sure that they'll even try to get him. The atlete in question undoubtedly is the Brown's first baseman, George McQuinn. Barrow denies that the Yankees ever eyed Henry Greenberg. Joe McCarthy is satisfied with Ellsworth Rahlgren and the number of runs he smacked in, so the Yankees are likely to start just where they left off . . plus the two young pitchers. Ed .. ,-, . , . , i Though this week's program will lie Grac, .Johnson consm of the bride.' , ;ri T ,. X1|S A ,, nd M „„,, Tenncssce . was in charge of the bride's book. After a short honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Knesal will live at the disc Apartments. 1)2 West ,13th street. Cast of Thousands! •dby JOHN FORD Miss Ellen Carrigan lias returned lo Minden. La. after a week end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Carriiinn. Teachers and Tech to Battle for Title Wonder Ci'own 5 Could Tying the Teachers By ' WEDNESDAY "FAST and FURIOUS" the the LITTLE HOCK. Ark. ~</pi— The Ark-msas Tech Wonder Boys and the Arkansas leacher.s- College Bears collide Thursday nl Ru.ssellvillc with Ilie slate college fooiball champion-' ship going to the winner. I In I'lii-t, Ihe WmirliT Buy.s can tack ' the pennant on llu'ir mast at Hu.s- M-'lvill'. 1 if Ihf.v yain a lie. One lie-wilh Ouachila—mars Tech record. The Bears, slate champs for past Ihree years, wore upset hy Henderson fleddics. The game will pit (lie Tech ning star. Freshman Aubrey Fowler. | against Eybrit Heath and Li.slnn H.-i-' ger of Ihe Teachers. Heath is a pun- lor. prisser and runner deluxe. HiiJiur | speciaiiy.es in ripping a lin to shreds. Anolhei- Thanksgiving Day classic finds the Ouachita Tigers of Arkadelphia going up againsl Ihe Htm- dri.x Warriors at C'onway. The Henderson H eddies slay al liome to engage the Northeast Oklahoma Teachers. The Arkansas A and M Boll Weevils of Monticello invade Springfield, Mo., to clash with the Missouri State Teachers. Thanksgiving Wear (.ne-two in tlie last Associated Press poll, hack into action, in many ways* it will be anti-climatic. Of the major championships, all tubtho.se in Ihe fjoutheastern and Pacific Coast Conferences already have been won and lost. Of the title winners, Cornell was by far the most impressive Saturday. The big red machine, over and around an outclassed Pennsylvania (cam to a 2(i-fl triumph that brought Ithaca its first all winning season since iil2,'i. j While Southern California's Troj- I mis gained no championship, they added considerably to their already p i glillering reputation by the manner in vjGlI which they ovenicem Notre Dame fight, to bcal back the Irish. 20-12. While Cornell was winning its second Ivy League mantle, Ohio Slate andTexas A and M backed into their championships. The Buckeyes were beaten, 21-H. by Michigan. A fired Iowa team was tied by Northwestern, 7-7. and gave Ohio State the Big Ten litlc. The Aggies, who play Texas Thursday in their finale, clinched first place in (he Southwest Conference although (hey were idle as Southern Methodist beat Baylor the last threat l( Homer Norton's team, by 21-0. Missouri and Paul Clirislman finished off the Big i.ix campaign in good .style as Christinai). his passes checked, picked up 127 yards in 23 rush to lead Ihe Tigers to a 20-0 conquest of Kansas. Nebraska, mean while gained the runner-up spot or Hermit Bnhrip's passes to Hoy Putsch lha bcal Oklahoma. 111-7. The Southern Conference race wound up with Duke and Clemson each beaten once by outside foes in a lie for the lead. In Ihe East unbeaten and nntiec Duquesnc. with only Detroit left on its schedule, won the Pitlsburg city series with a 22-7 victory over Carnegie Tech. Princeton, already the Eiy Three winner, shut out the Navy 28-0. The team that hud so often been labeled the Elis' worst in years put on a concerted march for the first touchdown, scored two more off recoveries of Harvard fumbles, and Ihus upset the Crimson and the bookmakers who had made them 3-1 shots with a stirring 20-7 triumph. The finish of Ihe Big Ten schedule found Wisconsin bracketed with Chi- caijo in the Big Ten cellar. Pcnn Stale gained a notable East- cm upset in shutting out PitU 10-0. Villanova held Manhattan scoreless as the Wildcats won by 7-0; Columbia and Colgate fought to a 0-0 lit- marked hy five attempted field goals. In the Southwest Texas Christian Uy IIAKRY GKAVSON NBA Service Spurts Editor .NEW YORK — Back from u hunting excursion on Tom Yawkcy's 30- 0M)-acie plantation in South Carolina, Edward G. Barrow tells how the Yankees plan to again beat his host's Red Sox and bag their fifth con. iPcutive penant. It is by the simple medium of stand- ng pat, according to Ed. G. Barrow. Acouple of young pitchers will be the only new faces when the world champions start playing for keeps next spring. One of them is fairly certain to be Btirvin Breiiar, back from Kansas ity with a curve remindful of a ball rolling off a table. Joe Beggs may be the oilier. He has it in him to clear the hurdle from Newark . . .is overdue. Ed Barrow asserts that (here is Barrow Opposes Ncw- Fangleil Ideas President Barrow is not interest, ed in night baseball at Yankee Stadium, the suggested six-day week and the ,lG-club post-season play-offs. "Receipts have increased 100 per cent in 20 years, " point out the 71-year old chief of the Yankees. "Why go in for new-fangled ideas with those figures atsring at you in the records? We used to think a crowd of 28,000 was a lurnaway gang. Now. on good clays, if we don't have 60.. 000 we think somethinc. 1 , has gone wrong. "The game has prospered by its regularity and dignity. Why these new Ideas?" Biuro\v. one magnate who has managed to keep his feet on the ground, ftill insists that night baseball is a fad. *"-"And '!t j s upsetting." he adds, "upsetting to the players and their hours, the umpires and to the newspapers, not to mention the club officials.'" Barrow reveals that it has definitely been decided to leave the brillant young second basing combination, Phil Ri/./.uto and Gerald Priddy. in Kansas City for another term. Joe McCarthy Sat on a Powder Keg If the Yankees have trouble By I'llESTON GROVER I WASHINGTON — Much of the con- ] flict over the design of recent classes' of destroyers appears lo spring from | an effort to reconcile two schools of thought by letting both have their way. Destroyers are those low-cut, slim- hipped boats, about the size of a mlddle.woight yacht, that can outrun any warship afloat. They have two major duties—to destroy or neutralize submarines, and to dash forward in ] time of battle to spray a sheaf of j toipedoes which will compel the enemy to take a disadvantageous position. They must be nimble as a cat, be brought down before they can come close enough to release their torpedoes. They must be nimble a sa cat, to dodge torpedoes and to flee heavier gunfire. They must carry massive fire power, both in guns and torpedo tubes. Finally, they must be sea-worthy under all conditions, for .they must accompany the fleet or operate independently themselves regardless of the others. World War Experience Old-line officers have always emphasized seaworthiness. They need go back only to the World War to point out that efforts of bright young officers to put more and more gadgets on the Ford eagle boats brought a naval scandal. These, in original design, were seaworthy. By the time all the surplus gadgets were installed they began tipping over even in smooth water. Changes in design in the past half dozen years indicates the present drift. The Farragut class, of 1933 and 1934, carried eight torpedo lubes neatly balanced in the center-line of tlie ship, so that they could fire 15-inch guns and reputedly could do i Tough Louis Buchalter, often billed as "Lepke, Terror of the Underworld," grins amiably at the camera as he enters New York Federal Building. He conferred there on date for his trial on 10 narcotic charges. Cing Gottqn ^ Goes Underground , HOUSTON, Texas -(/P>— Coliott ' growers, contractors. Department of Agriculture officials and department < store officials watched with interest recently when :i bituminous coverihg was applied to a large department store parking lot. The covering consisted of a six-inch shell base tempered with concrete arid a one and one-quarter inch bituJninoug^ asphalt surface. Between the twO, a 30,000 square yard sheet of,cotton fabric was spread to "bind" the top fite- terial. It is an experiment to determine if the fabric won't improve the cover and create a new use for cotton. Bear Warning BERKLEY. Calif.—f/P>—Even persons hardy enough lo kill bears and eat their meat must resort to household precautions or risk 'death, University of California scientists watti. Like some pork, the university medical school has found, bear meat may be a source of deadly trichinosis. Hunters should cook the flesh oughly. Too Late to Clarify knots—about a pinch. 4G miles an hour— The Craven class of 1937 had 4-inch guns, bul carried 12 torpedo tubes, six on a side. They are probably faster than the Farragut class although the navy keeps their speed a secret. Then comes the Hammann class about which the controversy arises. Reputedly they are as fast or faster than the Craven class. In addition they carry 1G torpedo tubes, four more than the Craven class and have a double deck bank of guns forward. It makes them a powerhouse. But to this topside weight, other features designed to make them even more rugged were added. The navy now says that all in all an effort was made to make them too tough. They work fine in smooth water, but when one had its test' in rough water, it took a high sea on a full- speed turn and listed so badly that the navy decided something had to be done. What will be done remains a naval secret. Possibly the top bank of guns will come off. together with some of the over-rid-towers. The torpedo tubes, now strung in clusters along either side, probably will be moved centerward. WANTED:—Widow with 2 smal.1 children wants position as house keeper. Box 76, Okay, Ark. 27-3tp. JCHT COUGHS je ip colds.. .checked without "dosing".' vims PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS LOST 33 Degree MASONIC RING With my name and date of 1925 engraved inside. If found win appreciate return TALBOT FEILD Box 44 Hope, Ark. SUITS and COATS SACRIFICED AT (Regular Price $45 to S79) LADIES Specialty Shop chuckles Uncle E. "Wo really were sitting on a powder keg all summer, when you consider our pitching. "Who, for instance, thought Red Ruffing would come along with the j season he did, with the arm trouble he season. Barrow fears it will beta h ° d S ° ""^ '" the - vear? " the- pitching department. He declares Manager McCarthy should be given a lot of credit for his handling of hurlers in 1939. i "When everyone was talking about • breaking up the Yankee's last son, Joe up and I used to sea- chuckle," RED CROSS LEADER The Varmints Pay Their Way THERMOPOUS. Wyo.-i/J')—A. E. Harris of the Buffalo Head ranch has discovered a way. figuratively, to make coyotes rout sagebrush. He wanted a patch of .sagebrush removed from a field so lie could expand hit; ii rigatiun farming. Hiring two men to do the work, he assisted them and in odd moments went coyote hunting. The bounties on the predatory animals more than paid the wages of tlie workmen. HORIZONTAL 1, 6 Organizer of American Red Cross. 11 God of. war. 12 Liquid part of fat. 14 Onager. 15 Otherwise. 17 Whirlwind. 19 Measure. 20 To decay. 21 Pronoun. 22 Stone. 24 One that swipes. 26 Consumers. 27 Small flap. 30 Visible vapor. 31 Water scorpion. 32 Sheerer. 34 Mongoose. 35 Transposed. 36 Hoop. 38 Exploit. •10 Half an em. 41 Talkative. 43 Let it stand. •15 Arabian commander. Answer to Previous Puzzle 47 Lion. 3 Constellation. 49 To decorate. 4 Suitable 51 Hastened. for being 52 Spendthrift. breathed. 55 Mitten. s To tax. 56 To drink G Dutch farmers slowly. ' n Africa. 58 Incognito. 7 Permits. 59 Footlike part. 8 Refunded 60 She was a 9 To bind, practical 10 Upon. (pi,). 13 She organized 53 Brooch. workers 54 Self. VERTICAL to bring aid 57 Plural (abbr.) 2 Musical note. in calamities. 59 3.1416. 16 The Red Cross remained a or lasting organization. 18 Loom bar. 21 To hoist. 23 Energy. 25 By. 27 Sesame. 28 Form of "a." 29 To implore. 32 White lie, 33 Thing. 37 Melodies. 39 Heavenly body. 41 Powerful demons. 42 Long seat. 44 Heavy volumes. 46 To crush. 47 Spring fasting season. 48 Smell. 50 To scratch. But even if- the Yankees have trouble, Barrow can't see any olher club strengthened enough to beat them. Just a s he remarked on the way back from Ihe world series, Ihe Yankees are a beautifully balanced club on the field, in the clubhouse and in the home. The Yankee front office demands it of the athletes . . . gets rid of players who detract from that balance. That is why Edward G. Barrow says the Yankees can win five straight and maybe more, although it never has been done. For over 30 years we have made quality portraits for people of this county—but never before have we or any other concern made a reduction so great as this .... Until Dec. 10th we are offering two 8x10 for Tills offer is made in appreciation of your past cooperation and positively closes Dec. 10. The Shipley Studio JF y o u feel nervous, weak and worn-out, an excellent tonic to take is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It stimulates the appetite and inert-uses the flow of gastric juice, and so aids diges- .. , , , , , tio " °f food. Thus i! helps supply (lie liody with strejigth and ••m-rgy ;i,i.l it aids m ralmini; the nerves. ;,. • - 1 .',. ( • -C"t'«". HIM Morrow Avc U.K-O, lexns, says: "Wlu-n I liad no apix^ tilt- ami i c-lt iHrnnus, weak and worn-out,! |ist-d Dr. I'li-ivt-s Vavorile 1'rescription. It is so Koocl to i|nii-t dit m-rvi-s and it gives me an apiietiif and makes me feel so much -- " Ask your dniKgisI loday for it uUas. New size, tablets 50c. in liqiinl , We Hope You Never Need a Prescription! \111" But if You Do... We will be glad to serve you! Only highest quality ingredients used in compounding. There is a graduate pharmacist on duty ill iill times! When sick see your Doctor und when Prescriptiuns are needed WARD & SON The Leading Druggist "We've Got It" Phone G2 Motorcycle Delivery THEY ARE BOTH RIGHT And Another Thing Wi HAYNES BROTHERS are now getting ready to Display HUNDREDS OF USEFUL GIFTS With Only 26 DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS Sally! Be sure and tell everybody you see that because of the layiiig- of the Court House Corner Stone' Wednesday at o o clock, Haynes Auction will be held that day at 2 p. m. foi spread and othei

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