Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 22, 1938 · Page 6
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HOPE STAR, Thursday, September 22, 1938 BOOST THE BOBCATS Opening Home Game Friday, September 23 HOPE HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM Kickoff at 8 P.M. CLARKSVILLE Vs. HOPE Heththcn-: We do hope you had a pleasant Summer vacation. Because \ve know you will want a now and flattering coiffure for the new term, we have a smart style all ready for you. It is a practical modification of the popular "swing high" hail-dress with a fascinating arrangement of soft puffs at the forehead. And we have a new manicure technique that is just the thing to restore trim smoothness to your hands. AVe you rcudij fur the Football Game? We hope you will make our shop your "beauty headquarters" during the coming year. It will be a pleasure to serve you. Kate's Beauty &* Gift Shop y New. CuU 252 Brtidluy Knits Dobb's Hutu .'-..• —Photos by Hope Star FRONT ROW,-left to right—Jimmy Daniels (55) fullback, 180; Tmniiiy Samuels (SO) quarterback, 132; Roy: Taylor (06) center, 170; Boh Kllen (70) right end. 166; Jack Fiilkcrson (71) left end, 180; Major Simpson (72) riglil tackle, 25«: Phillip Keith (611 left half, 138; Mike Schneikcr (63) tackle 183. ; . ' . , • - MIDDLE ROW, left to right-sloe Eason (6S) halfhack, ISO; Dean Parsons (60) right guard, 170; Elmer Purtle (65) center, 185; Thomas Quhnhy (51) left guurd, 130; William Taylor (68) center and guard, 17'.!; Wesley L'alhoiin (fri) tackle, 212; Raymond Bright (water boy). '•'-.':• TOP ROW, IcH.'to'iHght—Conch Foy II. Hainmcn.s; Curtis Breeding (57) right guard, 10(1; David Colcman (5!)) halfhack, M!); Charles Kay Baker (fi2); halfhack, 150; lx:y Ward (58) end, 171); Tommy Turner (52) end and guard, 154; Bill Tern Bundy (67) fullback, 1168. . .... : s .. ;. • . . , ; : ;. \ . : .' •, \ Three memhcrs o{ the squa'd were absent when the iihovc picture waV'njndc, Tlu-y are Norman Green, tackle,. l!)2;,..llmniy Taylor, guard, ( -16S; iin'd'!'Ji.PI J<;m:s, pud, ,185., We'll Clean THAT FELT... Make It Look LIKE NEW! An efficient, modern method is what makes us so .successful at cli-aiiitif! hats. People are often .surprised when we make a hopeless looking one look new. Send yours today! Remember the Game. Send Us Your Cleaning Early. Cleaners & Hatters Phone 385 Play the Game SAFE NSORE FIRE TORNADO LIABILITY Roy Anderson &Co. Phone 810 210 So. Main St. DC Your FOOTBALL GAMING in a COAT FROM DUGGAR'S $C.95 5 9 95 $ 16 Wines, Coppers, Blacks. Greens, Naturals—every wanted fall color in many different weaves. Sport and fur trimmed garments—wide variety of styles. Top the style touchdown list—wear a coat from Duggar's—You'll be proud of your choice and so will your friends. Other garments priced 512.95 and 519.95 up. SHOES Hammons' Teams Have Won 34 Games, Lost 11, Tied 1 in Past Four Seasons Rise of Hope High School Football Begins With 1934 Season—Prospects for Good Season Bright— to Play Clarksville Here Friday Coach Foy II. Hammons, do;:n of Arkan.'-a.s athletic director.";, begins his fifth year in Hope and his £0th of a long and successful career that in 1!I2"> gained him national fame v.hen hi.s Fino Bluff Zebras defeated a strong Ohio team for the national schoolboy loolball championship. Hi.s record at Hope shows 34 foothall victories against 11 losses and one tie over a four-year stretch which begun with the season of 1934. Since then Hope has shown a rfcpid rise toward the heights in Arkansas prep football. The records for thevpast four seasons show: i'f*'' - 1334 1035 li)36 1937 *lP YO 4. Totals 34 H- j ;V.'l' ''''* Open Ik-re Friday Victorious in the first game of the .season last Friduy nifiht at Haynes- villc. !) to 7, the Bobcats open before home fans with conference b<.tlle here *#&• Havana Tan • Black Suede • 2-95 A new shoe in our line-up! As shown—Havana Tan Suede, with calf trim or black suede with black calf trim—A budget saving number! SEE OUR WINDOWS DUGGARS Womens and Misses Shoes 's Misses, rhildi'ens Ready-to Wcai •"'' -• •^'•^•^-jH-^fttlf^ »•'• •*'--•<" ' -,^,—if Pritchett Loses in Men's Singles Hope Player is Defeated by Culp of Gunion, 6-1, 10-8 The boys singles and doubles in the Southwest Arkansas Tennis lourna-l rnent begin Thursday at Fair Park. I Results Wednesday in the men's doubles are a.s follows: Culp and Cabe of Guidon defeated Hawthorne and Frisby of Hope, 6-4, and 6-4. Ware and Pritchett defeated Young and Taylor. 6-2 and 6-4. Young tnd Taylor defeated Archer and Stanford, C-0 and G-2. In the men's singles. Culp of Gurdon defeated Pritchelt,, (i-1 and 10-8. This victory for Culp enables him to advance to the finals. i Ware defeated Frisby, 6-3 and 6-2. ! This advances Ware to the semi-finals. '; Ware meets C&be of Gurdon Saturday. this Friday night, meeting Clarksville ; it 8 o'clock. The officials were announced a.s Kerns Howard (Ouachitu) referee; Bill Soinmcrvillc 'Henderson) umpire; Paul Philbrick (Missouri) headlines- n.an; Earl O'Neal (Hcndrix) field iudge. Tickets will go on sale in three downtown places Thursday afternoon or Friday morning. They can be purchaser! at Hope Confectionery, Jacks News Stand or Webb's News Stand. Coach Hammons reported that he had .stressed offensive drills in practice this week and sairl the team looked better than ut any time this season. "The team is blocking better and the ball carriers are getting away with more speed," the couch said. .Four, men are on the injured list but three of them will see action, fend has a knee injury and i.s dcf- j 'of the game this week. j ^Pean Parsons, linemen, I it;-will see action. Cal-j " ' leg injury. Par- j iipcrcd with boils on • ustcr, received in Bcafi Ecarh Allison W. Hamzy R, Hudson Yorbrough McNally" B. D:.-!monego BU.-ckard F. Delmoncgo Oyibic. .Smith Warren ' Upton Rehot'r Clark Ba.shajn Hit-key Poynor Boggs Bock C. Hudson Sunders EVERYDAY VALUES ROBE BLANKET REMNANTS 49c Average Size 48x72 54-Inch CURTAIN SCRIM va IOC QUILT SCRAPS Lb . Help Yourself LADIES SMOCKS 98c UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 5c LONG SLEEVE HOUSE DRESSES 98c Sizes 14 to 46 Ladies Full Fashioned SILK HOSIERY 49c LADIES NEW MILLINERY 98c 66x80 Part Wool Double BLANKET SI. 4 9 Double Bed Size Single BLANKETS 39c Double Blankets .... 79c KRINKLE BED SPREADS 49c Double Bed Size Green, Rose, Blue, Gold Ladies 80 Square Print DRESSES 59o Sizes 14 to 20 Ladies' New Leather. PURSES •••I 3 Pound Cotton BATTS 25c 2>/ 2 Pound Bleached Cotton Batts 390 FAST COLQR PRINTS v,8c Yard Wide Men's Woven Madras 98c MEN'S FUR FELT IATS_^ Jjl J8 Boys Grey and White Sweat ' 3 J I lfi& "i8" (ft M A iHIRid 49c ?*KMKBlM:Ml|BM!aMBBHIMmWinUBtX5«iMEHKB0nBMMMMM^HV Herring Bone Weave Khaki 'AISTS 98c SANFORIZED ""MEN'S SCOUT WORK iHOES P.S149 MEN'S WATERPROOF $2.98 8 oz. Sanforized Denim Jumpers to Match Children's All Leather 69c .69c Pr. LADIES NOVELTY^ $1.98 Pr. 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