Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 28, 1939 · Page 6
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Section A—Page 6 Missouri Would AcceptBowl Bid Team Votes By Secret Ballot for Post-Season Grid Game COLUMBIA, ivtHW- Conch Don Faucet iaid Monday night the Mis- soun football team is "receptive" to a bowl offer. The team met Monday afternoon and X ft f "f ballot M to wheth " A* u d tc> play a Post-season game. After the meeting Faurot issued this statement: "The Missouri University football I team is receptive and would consider a bowl bid, providing the athletic committee of the university feels it wise to accept one and the Big Six conference gives permission. The players would be willing to ccntmut practice if a bid is forth- 1 coming, but we will suspend practice until mor definite word is heard " Faurot did not disclose how the players voted but he added that the reserves, who have made no trips this year, are willing to continue scrimmage so that the varsity could make a bowl trip. The team elected Jack Crocker junior guard from Qunicy. 111., captain of 1J40. A two year letterman. Crocker is the first out-of-state captain since Charles iichiele of East St. Louis III HOPE STA»,-HOPE. • | '•• • -.~r./..-'£^»; J "> «M»*v«.»iOAia > Hope's B««H&iarH3fR3rS^£r£5 Hili ^^^HJHHHHMHHHBBHHis^^^- .«&>iHH>iHMa____~. . ' . British Cruiser (Continued from Page One) fleet, in the opinion of German military experts. hiLs been cleared not only from the North sea but also from the North Atlantic. Authoritative commentators said the British "auxiliary cruiser" Rawalpindi had been discovered alsolutely alone between tre Faroe islands and'creen- land. Moreover. they quoted 26 Rawalpindi crewmen whose rescue was announced Tuesday as raving they were "100 per cent surprised" to find the whole German navy group so far i out in the Atlantic. German experts state the British have been so frightened by the corn- bmed German navy and air prowess that they ordered their navy to with- NnTh TIT b ° th the North sea a »d "><> i Worth Atlantic. Blockade Delayed Decembe blockade on Ger- e Clayed at least perhaps a week ° f ay. _ The delay in the execution of the blockade is designed to give neutra! shippers an opportunity to make a, rangementso avoid un'due Romans Can't Sacrifice Chariots for Cash Italians who. Ital >' as tour. «oM t h exported automobiles and wW them to get cash in the country of their destination. <-ounu> S to scc that ,, «« handker chief s , to 1200 pack- He came up m the gray dawn and touched me gently. "I did not § et my tram, Olive," he said. In that instant I realized what Ivul happened. He .spoke to m, like 8n old man. L,ke a fatalistic old man who no longer expected life to hold mud, He was s,x years old. He had talked and dreamt train, preferably electric-, for months. But his parents and I had agreed that he would not knew how to take care of one, and instead I enclc€l b - v Setting him twice the value ' c( it in other things. : I stroked his bent head and =-,id I "I am srory. dear, but you'll have to get , n line. So many older boy, have been asking f or clcc . triu ; ihat Santa Claus has had to |,,ke you m turn You will get it some day , next year, I am t.ure." ' His manner was quiet and uninter- rhe other children' played'Tn'anGther v.Jrld. comploiely lost i,-, th ,. cc ,i., s ,. |Singleton's Fresh Roasted Cof jfeef »*« ! Pound lOc 5 P 1. c-« «*v X 4 broke- our hcurls. Then, last year, th L ,,f lllulcr , hc Lhn.stma.s tree, was the- train. It w,,s a -4<XK tram, not too expensive fo, a imall boy. He eamu up. again. ,n vn and t--,\'u\ ••] ,,.-.< ,,.. '-'" Olive." , ,,, w , hun *^\™ that he had met the love of his life, 's still the love of hi s ]jf c iind ecines anolhcr ChriMma.s. He h.is "•"h it Under hi., bed all the.sc months, packed in its box and taken out only once or twice- a wcok He has read the directions and t-verj- "H'lg he can gel on toy trains. I think eve.v day .,j, K -e, He. sleeps with the look under his pillow. I J'atUictl .Soint- Vlial \e n l The whole family has had hours of ccnv^ivatic-.n ahcut thi.s deep sati.fy- •n« Unfillinent of his. He duos not • <'-* U,r anything iljjs y( .. ai -. Maybe H nien(!,. u . another car to add lo Ihi -'•„-. hu. that's all. How often do <••<• lif.'l a child so >i,ti fsicodfEhCT |''' L ' "'' ;i '''"i'- 1 ~<' satisfied for K o -<.'"•; a :.,»„•; l, j, M.methiru! I have 1 Pound _ 2'/ 2 Pounds 25c 5 Pounds 50c 10 Pounds $1^00 * f V When childicn , Nj-rcw prp- A new Yorker blew up his house 1 P 113 South Elm StreVt Hope, Ark. PLACE IN HOPE TO BUY COITJFEE <*»>*><»<»»>**»*;< •- •"i 1 - |i '. 1> • i;ill(.'ji ul 'he "f- »«• uj» iiii IIULISC lll; -.v are inipiovi.M.u.. R ut son)! . to pixvenl relatives ,'rom moving in '" """' lh "- v -'"' ''"'I. , '•" h!m - That fort of a hint becomes noticeable after a while. Now ci.mcs the Mory of the man <-l>" was .shot by a dog. But then, •'»" 'l»e.sn t quite fit the definition of news, so you rm,y as well forget it. 'ill', full-luiujth animated cartoons K- c p comuig from Hollywood. After ;', , !'; , " W 'U be simpler sending Die kKldc.s- out to .sec Walt Disney instead cf to school Counter-Pickets Union Org an i 2ers i :. r::ui; ,,,l l )y , vm d s l-.lov.-ing dow,-, Ihc north. There may he- a pim- i-vpetlitK.n unless Finlancl can I;;->•(:.•.;.... I,, he;-:elf. Let Us Gi-ue |For Our New God s to Courthouse \WT -^"- —<-_:_ ^?^ • *A *••< So, Tuesday, Movomber 28,1089 V RAISING A FAMILY Consid^ChikFs Yeamingsfor Speda Christmas Giti School News Guernsey I*. T. A. The Guernsey Parent Teachers Association met Thursday November W,li B ir H lblonB Sl 'P'' of thc lulton Public School, giwo a very interesting and helpful address concerning "Character Building." The music of the evening was furnished by a trio composed of Miss Nolle Hays, Mr. Eugene Woodalt and Mr, Chester Shanna. Still Dangerous STAN-TON. Mich. -(*-,_ sheriff Chris Hanson, of Monk-aim County has been „ Inw enforcement officer lov a ycars-but he hiLS yet lei fire » sun ul a criminal. Now in his third four-year term ns sheriff. Hanson reminded all and sundry that, although i he has never used his gun in the line of duty, he sim is mig , u , fc he draw and a tolerably good marks COLDS Kor i|iilclf relli-f from tho misery »f rolils, dike 666 Discomfort 666 Liquid - Tablets - Salve - Nose Drops An American Legion past at AI mv. N. Y., had to call off the Vat mans, rnco on its picnic ,„•„,,,.„„, .because ,.„ members could qualify. BIG REASONS It is milked clean. Kept clean. Put in clean slorli/cd bottles. \ Properly refrigerated. It is 1 'milked from government inspected and tested cows, and is i piistucrized according to health i standards in ,-i plant that hus , passed inspection by (ho Uniled Stales Government. Call 9U8 and place your order or call your grocer and iasist on pii.stupri/.ccl milk. HOPE CEAMERY and DAIRY CO. SHOP & COMPAR1 BIRTHDAY CLEAN-UP! THANK YOU! For a swell Birthday Party a! we 0 w e er e ° U wTth r th aS PJCaSed ^ ^ ^ ar « a «« our appreciation! LADIES g Children's Winter Fur Trimmed COATS 12 to 40 Go on Sale Wednesday at 10 500 Large BLANKET CENTERS 81x99 Nation Wide P^J^ ™ Ladies Tuck Stitch Jean Nedra DRESSES 9 to 42 Football Shades 72x84 Down Filled Comforters 9,90 Ladies Brushed Wool Lady Illington all wool BLANKETS Uli Go on Sale WED at 2 o'clock 300 Ib. Quilt SCRAP All you cim put in a Gay Mode Hosiery hag For the Dance NEW GOWNS 9 to 18 $ 6JO MEN'S TOPCOATS New Style and Color Ladies Brushed Wool GLOVES . 49s Ladies Tuck Stitch PANTIES. 25n CLOSE OUT — Ladies Cape Skin 22x40 Heavy Terrv BATH » TOWELS ea J3C 1 Ib. Box Assorted or Cherry Chocolates 25g Men's heavy Broadcloth -—-_Jj i ^Silk or Rayon 47c Men's Pigskin DrelT SWEATERS | m . U tt Men's Townclad SU.TS Men's All Wool Coat Men's Wool Dress or Men's Heavy Winter B R IB n M >*t i_ M _ E N N1TY' * „„,., ^.xvyoo OiKtC.1 frKUM POSTf^-cT^ff""^ 1 Hi WHERE HOPE SHOPS A MlVI i?/J,'^ •' •• jj .? i n

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