Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 22, 1938 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 22, 1938
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J^lrm-sday, September 22, 1038 HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS American League Clubs Now York ... Boston Cleveland Detroit Washington Chicago £t. Louis Philadelphia W. . 94 83 81 78 71 fil . 51 ..' 51 L. 50 r>9 01 G7 72 75 89 ( J5 Wednesday's Kesiills Pet. .053 .585 .570 .5:11 .497 .449 .364 .349 Cliicugu 5, Now York 2. Detroit 8-1!. Philmlelplmi G-0. Boston 8. St. Louis 3. Only (jiiincs playud. (iiunes Thursday New York ;it Chicago. Only game .scheduled. National League Pittsburgh ................ 81 57 !s87 Chicago ................... 78 Gl ,5G1 Cincinnati ................ 7G G2 .551 Now York ................ 75 04 .540 Boston ............. 09 71 .-193 St. Louis .............. G9 72 .489 Brooklyn ................. 03 75 .457 Philadelphia ............ 44 93 .321 Wednesday's Kesults St. Louis 4. Boston (1. Only gcine played. (! a mi's Thursday Chicago nt Philadelphia (2). St. Louis at Boston (2). Cincinnati at New York (2). Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2>. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thi« Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief au?Jklv y r"""Vi'' t " r'' 1 '"'" '"W"* backnclii quii Itly, once they discover that tho real cniui of llii-ir iruulile muv [,o tired kidm^. I lie fcitluv.VH arc Nature's chief way of tnkiiil MLf'n™! 1 "'" 18 "","' ""»'«.«>"• of the Wo, : i ."USE'S ';;"t"! luul 3 """" " ''">• ur 1 " J '™' •rcciuent or scnnty piusaiim with muurtini ™ tlr '.'?Ki»t fur non milTiuns fur over Preserved Tomatoes Keep Autum Colors Ready to Brighten Your Winters Menus Tomatoes crimson the September landscape. Now is the time to catch that delicious flavor for the winter days ahead. .Ripe Tomato Kullsh (Almost .1 quart) Two and one-half ripe tomatoes, 2 small onions, H-i cups chopped celery 5 -tablespoons chopped green pepper, G tablespoons -sugar, 2 teaspoons salt, 1 tablespoon mustard seed, '/a -clip white vinegar. Feel the tomatoes, chop and drain them. Add other ingredients. .Star until well mixed. Pour into sett-Mixed containers and cover tightly. Lot stand for at least 24 hours before serving to permit flavors to-blend well. Mere's an old-fashioned recipe with modern "foul-proofing." Old-Fashionetl Tomato Preserves (About 9 glasses—G fluid uz. each) Three cups CiVi Ibs.)) prepared tomatoes, fi'/4 .cups (2% IbsJ sugar, 1 bottle fruit pectin. To prepare tomatoes, scald, peel and crush about 2'A Ibs. ripe tomatoes, or use acnned tomatoes. Boil 4 cups crushed tomatoes 10 minutes, uncovered, stirring constantly. Add >/i cup lemo njuice and grated rind 1 lemon. Measure sugar and prepared tomatoes into large keltic, filling up last cup with water if necessary. Mix well and bring to full rolling boil over hottest fire. Stir constantly before and while boiling. Boil hard 2 minutes. Remove .from fire and stir in bottled fruit pectin. Skim; pour quickly. I-araffin hot pel-serves at once. Keiffer pears make winter nicer. Try this recipe from the new Bureau of Hope Economics bulletin. Ginger Pear preserves Wash, pare and core the fruit and cut ilno .small uniform pieces. For each pound of fruit u.sc >,i. to ",'., pound of -sugar, 1 to 2 pieces gingcrroot and Vi lemon thinly sliced. Combine the sliced pears and sugar in alternate layers and let them stand 8 to 10 hours or overnight before cooking. Boll the lemon for about 5 minutes in only enough water to cover. Add the lemon with what water remains and the gingerroot to the pear and sugar mixture. Boil rapidly and .stir constantly until the fruit is clear and of a rich amber color. Pour at once into hot .sterilized jars and seal! Residents claim a white settlement was made at New Smyrna Beach., Fla., in 1565, nine years before St. Augustine, which is generally regarded the oldest city in the United ttipe, plump tomatoes are ready for preserving. Now is the time to think of those winter relishes that crimson the pantry shelf. House VICKSBURG, Miss.—(/P)—H. N. Levy and J. M. Fried's cqbin is getting higher in the air. The cabin, used as a fishing lodge, is built between two trees well above the ground and firmly anchored lo Ihe trunks. .Tlje trees have grown 18 inches since Ihe lodge was erected a few years ago and are slill growing. ECONOMIZE WITH THE BEST! KRONER'S SPOTLIGHT COFFEE Fresher because it's HOT-DATED 3 Pounds 43C 1 Pound 15c CATS UP C. C—14 oz. SUGAR Pure Cane ri Aim iLUUll Grocery Prices Good Fri-Sat-Mon Sept. 23-24-26 "NO CHARGE" SALE Country 24 Ib Club Bag APPLE SAUCE, Country Club—3 No. 2 Cans WAX PAPER Cut Rite TISSUE Waldorf TISSUE Fleece 2 5 5 For 75o 29c 15c 25o COFFEE, Country Club Pound Can 23c 1 m.. Her Grace VANILLA No Charge 20 m.. Loaf CLOCK BREAD No Charge 1 I'kg. Paper NAPKINS No Charge One Roll T ISSUE No Charge I Roll Fleece T I S S U E No Charge 1 Sin. Country Club M I L K No Charge jOc I0 47e Ibs FLOUR Avondale 48 Ib. OA. Bag 096 White or Yellow ONIONS 4 Pounds .. lOc Seedless or Tokay GRAPES DOZEN LEMONS lOc SWEET POTATOES 4 Pounds GREEN" CABBAGE Pound BULK CARROTS 3 Pounds 2c •HHOI lOc CREAM MEAL 24 Pounds LARD 8 Compound Ibs 07: NORTHERN BEANS 4 L . 17c ^ RF.D ••MVAIIB"A M .• • 82c RED BIRD MATCHES 6, 15c TISSUE, Scott—3 for 22c FRENCH BIRD SEED 14c FRENCH BIRD GRAVEL lOc CHUM SALMON, 1 Ib. Can lOc - POTTED MEAT—10 for 29c SALAD DRESSING, Ql 25c Sandwich Spread, 2G 02. Jar 23e C.C. Pork & Beans, 1 Ib. can 5c CRACKERS, 2 Ib. Box ,. 15c GRAY SHORTS $1.25 WHEAT GRAN 99c DAIRY FEED 1C%-100 Lbs $1,29 DIXIE OLEO Pound 20c| Pickled Pigs FEET, ea. 5c HAMS Country Club Half or Whole, Ib. 25o Genuine Lamb SHOULDERS 15c Lb. Best Grade SALT MEAT Lb. 15c BACON Kroger Rindless Sliced Fresh—Lb. 25c Swift's Brookf ields, Ib. 25cl Bacon Skins For Seasoning—Lb. 7ic K. J. Caplinger, Market Mgr. KROGER Cecil W. Dennis, Gro. Mgr. ACCEPT THI$ AMAZING GUARANTEE BUY any fcrojer Item, LIKE u «• well or,belter. OR return unuKd portion in original container «nd we will replace it FREB with toy other brand we Kll of the tame item, regar<Ueti of price. in Play-Off Series ill Crouch, Nashville Ace, to Face Crax in Sec-} ond -Game lr ATLANTA— (fP)— The Atlanta Crackers, pennant-winners of the Southern Association, defeated Nashville's Vbls_ 7 to 4 here Wednesday night to take a one-up advantage in the final Shr:ughnessy play-off series. Long Tom Sunkel, league-leading pitcher, who displayed occasional wildness but fanned eight and scattered eight hits, got three hits himself and batted in two runs in four times •it bat. He scored twice. • — Crackers First to Score Atlanta opened the scoring in the first with two out when Buster Chatham tripled End scored on Johnny Hill's slow roller to third. Nashville unade four runs in the third. Ray Bluemire and Red Brown singled. Woody Johnson forced Blaemire at third and Hubby Walker walked, filling the bases. Bill Roclda forced Johnson, and Brown scored. Then Chapman walked and Johnson .scored on a passed ball. Lee singled to center, scoring Rodda, and on a double steal Chapman scored and Lee look second. Chatham threw out Haas for the third out. Crackers Tie Score Atlanta tied it up with a three-run .spree in the fifth on doubles by Sunkel and Jack Boiling and singles by Emil Mailho and Fritz Getting. In the s eventh, the Crackers took a one-run lead when Sunkel scored on Hill's singles to left which was juggled by Outfielder Lee. Atlanta .added two more in the eighth. Marshall M&uldin doubled to left and went lo third as Paul Richards was tossed out at first. Getting doubled lo left, scoring Mauldin. Sunkel got his third hit, a single to senter, scoring petting. The two teams play the second game of the series here Thursday night, with Bill Grouch, 21-game winner, pitching for Nashville, and Bill Beckman, a 20-win chunker, on the mound fur Atlanta. Both are right-handers. Smokeless Boiler Invented in State Arkansan Applies the Principle of Aid-Cooled Furnace HOT SPRINGS, Ark. —Joseph A. Grant, official {joiler inspector for the state of Illinois under the Department of Public Works and Buildings, came ho:- Monday to witness a demonstration of a smokeless boiler. The device is the invention of Ray B. ii, a ncngineer and former Hot S| rings boxer. Grant conducted the investigation and demonstration. He said he brought with him every device and instrument that is demande in Illinois for testing boilers. The demonstration was held in the boiler room of the Craighead laundry, where Bell's invention was installed. Grant saaid he subjected the boiler to every known test and highest possible degree of heat, burning all manner of materials that would produce smoke, and failed to get any of the latter. Bell's device, simplified, is that of an air-cooled furnace, constructed on zoning principles, bringing the air in from the top. It materializes in almost complete combustion, Grant said. No. 1 Army Flier Killed in Crash General Westover Meets Flaming Death at Bui-bank, Calif. BURBANK. Culif.— f/IV-Thc army's No. 1 flier, Muj. Gen. Oscar Westover, .chief of the Air Corps, went to a flaming death Wednesday in the crash of his airplane. The general was piloting his own ; plane. His crew chief, Sergl. Sain 'Hoynes, who had been flying with the .general for three years, died with the ;oir chief. The crash occurred near the Loek- .heed Aircraft Corporation, not far from Union Air Terminal. The engine backfired. There was an -explosion, and the craft fell in flames setting afire two buildings. Flames enshrouded the bodies of one of the world's foremost authorities on •flyint', both heavier and lighlcr-lhan- .nir, and his sergeant pilot. One of the flaming bodies w;;s catapulted fro mine wreckage by the im. The general, who rose from the ranks in a brilliant career to the army's No. 1 flier in 34 years' of service, had c short lime before paid tribute to army bombers at March Field for a distinguished year's record of safety in flying. He had presented a trophy to the Nineteenth Bombardment Squadron. Ordered to the scene from Los Angeles by Assistant Secretary of War Louis A. Johnson, Mai. J- L. Stromme, Air Corps procurement planning officer, conducted c hasty investigation. He said General Westover, unfamiliar with tricky hot air currents in the San Fernando valiey, might have been caught in a thermal draft that sent his plane out of control. He said the motor apparently was functioning perfectly. He reported the general had "dragged" the field once to determine the wind direction and then circled back. Many Registered (Continued from Page One) Smith; Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bland, Z. M. McCarroll and daughter. Mrs. Jane McCarroll- Jansen, Walnut Ridge; .Dr. H. D, Ferguson, D. C. Oldner, Hot Springs; Mrs. A. B. Gibson, Hoxie; W.'-II Payne, Sherrell; Bert Larey, Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Applegate, Mr.' and Mrs. Terry Peel, Berf- tonville; Tom J. Compton. Prescolt; Mr. and Mrs. George List, Pine Bluff; E. E. Mitchell, MorriUon; R. E. Speaker, Conway; Mrs. Albert Simms, Lake Village; Mr. end Mrs. H. T. Gingles, Ben ton. Little Rock residents who have registered for the trip include Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rebsamen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmelzer, Bob Traylor, John Collins, Harry Galloway, E. E. Ashbaugh, Tom Shamel Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Rowland Mr. end Mrs. C. Hamilton Moses, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hamilton. John Weinmann, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Parker and R. E. Warden. Reservations fro more than half the space on the special train have been received an rlarrcngemsnls for passports and courtesies of the Mexican customs are being made by railroad officials. A special invitation to worn- Movie Scrapbook Tax-Exempt Bonds Again Criticized They Make It Too Easy for Government to Go in Debt NEW YORK-(/P)-Tax-exempl se- curilies should be prohibited in the future in the opinion of a Twentieth Century Fund Committee which studied the subject and made i-ublic its report Wednesday night. The Twentieth Century Fund, is an' orgunization endowed by Ihe lale Edward A. Filene, Boston merchanl, to conduct indcpendenl researchs in -lo social and economic problems. The report indicated some uncertainly as -to future efforts on the general economy of present exlensive holding by institutions of government obligations. The report also said that state and local governments had reduced their indebtedness since 1933, and that the net .federal-debt is not so large as some claims have indicated. Tax exemplion of federal, state and local government securities, the report said, "makes it unhealthily .easy for government bodies to go into debt," and makes "debt investment too attractive to wealthy people who can best afford to run the risk of direct ownership in stock;:, real estate, and other equities." Mrs. Sally Ann Hardage Dies at Prescott Home PRESCOTT, Ark—IW-rs. Sally Ann HardagQ, 94, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Boswell, here Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at DeRoache church near Arkadelphiu, by the Rev. Troy Wheeler, putor of First Baptist church of Prescott. en wishing to join the party has been issued by wives of committee members in charge of the tour. Inquiries have been received from business women an dothers who wish to join the party, and a special car will be provided for women traveling alone, railroad officials said. The tour is open to all Arkansas citizens of good character, and reservations are being received by Mr. Moss at the Missouri Pacific station and by Mr. Rebsamen, Mr. McCarroll and Mr. Bland, members of the committee in charge. The train will leave at 5:30 p. m. September 29, and will-reach Mexico City October ,2-after stops at Monterrey, San 'Luis Potosi and Queretaro. Entertainment will be provided at each stop. While in Querataro - the party will be taken on a sightseeing trip to the tomb of Maximilian and will visit some of the most famous cathedrals in Mexico, returning to the Grand hotel for a banquet and floor show in which well known Mexican entertainers will be featured. Time will be allowed -for shopping in Queretaro and in Mexico City. 2 Million Dollars in Crop Payments Passed WASHINGTON.-(/P)-The Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) announced Thursday it had received to date 36,608 Arkansas applications for cotton adjustment payments on the 1937 crop, and that 26,053 had been approved for payments to- BANANAS, Tb. 5c Fancy Yams, 3 Ibs. ..10c Green Beans, Ib. .. lOc BELL PEPPERS 2 Pounds taling $2,196,000. •Community 'Singing All singers are invited lo a public singing al 2 p. m. Sunday at Spring Hill. Singers are urged to bring song* books. Approximalely 7,500 persons lose their lives by drowning each year in the United Slates. THOSE CHILLS AND FEVER! Take This Grand Medicine for Malaria Don't suffer like a dog! The minute you feel a Malarial chill or fever coming on, start taking Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. This good, old medicine will soon fix you up. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic contains tasteless quinidine and iron. It relieves chills and fever due to Malaria and also tends to build you up. That's the double effect you want. The next time you suffer an attack of Malaria, try Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. This is no new-fangled or untried preparation, but a medicine of known merit. It's pleasant to take as well as effective. All drug stores sell Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, 50c and $1. The latter size is the more economical. 15c LETTUCE Jumbo—2 for CARROTS, Bch. ..:~.. 6c Delicious Apples, ea,- 5c LEMONS, Doz. ...... 19c BLUEBONNETT SALAD DRESSING Pint.. Quart .19c 29c •Big 4 White CAAD LAUNDRY OUHl 0 Cakes l9C .NEW CROP HONEY l / 2 Gallon Can 55c 1 Gallon Can ;$1;00 SUNSHINE Surprise Package 1 Pound FANCY DRESSED POULTRY BACON TALLKORN Pound IO WAN A Pound 25c 35c FANCY CUT STEW MEAT 2 ,.h, 25s Fancy Shoulder of BABY BEEF ROAST or STEAK Pound 15c SAUSAGE Very Best Mixed 2 ,, 25c FANCY FED LOIN or T-BONE STEAK * 22ic DRY SALT p MEAT For Boiling, Ib. IDC Tender and Tasty CUBE STEAKS No Bone-No Waste Pound 39c Fresh Home Killed PORK CHOPS, Ib 25c ROAST, Ib 17«/ 2 c Phone 266 HOBBS Gro. & Market Free Delivery TRY OUR CHERRY PIES Blue Ribbon Bread At Your Grocer and City Bakery J>TARrep ACTING- IN 'Revues WHIUE SCHOOL. „»».. PIPIN AND PANGING- PAVORITS . By BILL PORTER and UEORUESCARBO One of the Gule Quadruplets, June Gale is the only one of the sisters who is making her way in iho movies . . . for 12 years the .sisters sans and danced their way around the world . . . the team broke up when the sisters be.gan to t)cl married . . . June was featured in George White's "Scandals" . . . been in pictures since 1933 . . . has appeared in 14 of them so far . . . detests potatoes and coffee . . . likes to read mystery and adventure stories . . . plays a good hand of bridge . . . fears earthquakes . . . was 23 July G . . , unmarried, but intends to marry when she's through ucling. BE IN STYLE DRESS IN FLOUR SACKS AND REMEMBER DRESSWAY REG. U.S. PAT OFF. FLOUR Is Guaranteed to Be the Best FLOUR That Money Can Buy For Sale By LEWIS GROCERY—Hope FARMER'S SUPPLY—Ozan T. O. MARLAR—WillUville JEWELL WHITE—Prescott

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