Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 29, 1938 · Page 5
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Thursday, September 29, 1Q38 i -.SEAR, HOPE, PAGfc ttVfi! ^Greenberg Fails to Hit Against Browns DETROIT — (/I 1 ) — Hunk Greenberg, needing two more homo runs to tie ' Bdbe Ruth's mujor leiigue record of ( CO, went hitlcss Wednesday its his Detroit Tiger tcmmmiles batted out a 12-to-O victory over the St. Louis V City Meat Market Cliolre K. C. & Nnllvu Mails Son Pnutls - Poultry Prompt Krcc Delivery Phone 7(17 KVUII YVmy LcRoy Henry Browns. The big first baseman walked twice, slrui)k out twice nnd hit one pop fly. George Gjll scattered eight St. Louis hits to win )»is twelfth game of (he scuson. The Tigers hit' Howard Mills, Brown starting pitcher, hard, collecting six runs in the third inning on as many hits. After filling Ihe bases with one out in the sixth, Mills retired. George Tebbetts, first to face Relief Hurler Emil Bildilll, hit the ball into Ihe left field stands to conn the sacks. There were steam nutomobilesrumo- ling over Rnglnnd highways as evaly as 1825, according to Prof. John S. Worley of the University of Michigan. BANANAS, Ib 5c YAMS—3 Ibs lOc LETTUCE, Head .. 6c CARROTS, Bch 6c CELERY, Stalk lOc PEPPERS, 2 Ibs 13c COFFEE FOLGERS—1 Lb. Package A|| A 6 Cup Dripolator «fOC SUNSHINE HYDE PARK Assorted Cakes 25c LIBBY'S ENGLISH PEAS Extra Sifted—No. 2 Can .... 19c RICE SlbC hBag 25c| SOAP CHIPS 5 Ib. Box 37c SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar 19c Quart Jar 29c SALT / /SING BREAD Loaf lOc SAUSAGE Z Pounds S W I F T'S ALL SWEET OLEO Lb 19c Home KiKlled FRESH PORK CHOPS, Ib : 25'/2 c ROAST, Ib 17'/ 2 c CHEESE 2 Pimento, American Swiss, Brick Pound Box 49c FANCY MILK FED VEAL ROAST Shoulder Cut, Ib. 15c BACON TALL KORN, Ib 26c SPECIAL, Ib 29c Three of the Bobcats' Performers Ready for Powerful Smackover r Cnptnln Dean Parsons Roy Tnylor -"-Photos by Hope Star. Thomas Quimby American League Clubs W. New York : 97 Boston 80 Ceveland 84 Detroit 81 Washington 74 Chicago C2 El. Louis 53 Fhiladelphin 52 L. Pet. 52 .651 60 .589 .588 .540 .500 .437 .363 64 69 74 80 93 97 .349 The total population of South Africa is 9,588,665, of which 2,003,512 are Euro- eans. Some of the smallest comets know to mankind are much larger than the earth. ', Prescott Curly Wolves to Play Dierks Friday E'lERKS, Ark.—The Dierks High School Outlaws, victims of a G to 0 ietback last week-end at Ihe hands of the DeQueen Leopards, are going through stiff practice sessions daily preparation for their game here Friday afternoon with Ihe Prescott ligh School Curly Wolves. The two local tackle positions looked very strong against De Queen eleven ast Friday and Coach Bruncr is spend- ng quite a bit of time this week trying to develop a pair of guards that will match the two tackle holes. BRAINS PORK or CALF Set lOc FRESH SIDE HE AT 35c Lbs. I'hone 268 HOBBS Gro. & Market Free The aple tree develops and grows more rapidly than any other fruit ree. Government COTTON LOANS Quick Service Immediate Payment Bring your Samples to ME. TOM KINSER A Government Licensed Classcr. Hope, Ark. By JERRY BRONDFIELD NEA Sen-ice Sports Writer Politics enters the football picture State, according to reports on High schools. Jobs for SEE JETT WILLIAMS For Quick Service when making your Government Cotton Loans. Classed by a Government Licensed Clnsset, 108 South Walnut Street Friday SPECIALS Saturday FLOUR Cherry Bell 48 Lb. Sack $1.39 1 10 SUGAR Godchauxs Pounds 47c SALT 100 Lb. Sack 85c SALMON Fancy Pink—2 Cans 25c POTTED MEAT 10 Cans for .... 29c •I WHITE EAGLE •: SOAP CHIPS •> 5 Pound Box 29c RICE BRAN Sack 99c PURINA CHOWS I ;• Feed your pigs and hogs Purina Pig I* and Hog Chow for quicker gains and fc cheaper gains. Ask us. See the pigs .; here in the store. !j Why Starve your hens when you can •I feed them Layena or Lay Chow and •J make them pay you a profit. :ORN MEAL—Fancy Cream 24 Pound Sack 39c COFFEEE 7 eeders Special—2 Lbs. ... PEABERRY—Lb 27c lOc at Ohio abroad athletes in the various state departments in Columbus might be withdrawn, it is said , . . because some of Governor Davey's lieutenants are dissatisfied with the way university people supported—o.r did not support-* Davey in his losing battle in recent primaries. Nick Katzmeyer, Saint Mary's tackle, is springing some psychology on the Ga,els. ... He clipped all the unkind and uncomplimentary remarks printed about Slip Madigan's boys last year, and pastes one a day on the bulletin board. ... He figures that he will have enough for the entire season. Coaches and trainers agree that most football injuries come while boys per form blocking chores. ... tacklip. ball-carrying, being tackled, and be? ing blocked, produce the next most number of injuries in thai order. Northwestern is three-and-a-half ait the guards this fall. ... The Wildcats have no less than seven top- nctchers, including the lettermcn, Don G-urilz, Dick Wells, Hal Method, John Goldak, and Fred Heitman . . . nnd toughlooking sophomores in Ant Wedbnlski and Joe Lokanc. . . . El- ncr Layden may be sorry that he let Wedbalski get out of South Bend. Big Centers Less Mobile Stubby Corner Jones, Ohio State's All-America center of 1935, returned o his Alma Mater as assistant line couch this fall . . . where he is work- ng on Charley Maag, sophomore snap- '.ei-back who stands G feet 3 and weighs 15. . . . Buckeye fans say Maag lays himself open to manslaughter charges on defense, but has a lot to learn on offensive. Junes prefers a smaller man at con- lei 1 . . . . Big boys are great at batting lown passes, but they can't gather themselves in a hurry for a quick change. Bob Gibson, son of Billy Gibson, former manager of Gene Tunney and Benny Lconnrd, is expecting to have a hangup year at center in his last season at Dartmouth. llinois has a promising quarterback candidate named Val Valiquet, who is i-fi adagio dancer. ... He was worried as lo whether his professional dancing status would impair his amateur standing. . . Dr. Bob Browne, lllini eligibility expert, assured him it wouldn't. One-Man One-Side of Line Fordham wise crackers say Jimmy Crowley will have a right end, tackle, guard, and center. . . The left side of the line will be played by John Kuzman, 230-pound sophomore tackle. Marshall Goldberg and Dick Cassiano have a side bet as to who will be the first to score on Fordham for Pittsburgh. . . . After arguing a while, they decided both would turn the trick in Pitt Stadium. October 29. Bernie Moore indicates he has a successor to Gaynell Tinsley at Louisiana State in Ken Kavanaugh . . . who stands 6 feet 2, carries 200 pounds, and snares passes with one hand. Beefus Bryan, Texas' star halfback, is a 14-foot pole vaulter. He is expected to tpke up jn football where Hugh Wolfe left" off. " LARD Hill Billy 8 Lbs 4Lbs. . PEACHES—Fancy Halves No. 1 Can ... PEANUT BUTTER Quart Jar S Don't worry about the cost of new winter clothes. Let us clean and press (hose last year's suits and dresses. They will look like NEW! Phone 148 A A & V 9'ft \i v II n $ White Star LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Wednesday's Results Washington 4, New York 1. Boston 2, Philadelphia 1. Chicago 14, Cleveland 11. Detroit 12, St. Louis 0. Games Thursday New York at Philadelphia (2). Washinglo nal Boston. Chicago at Cleveland. St. Louis at Detroit. National League Chicago 87 61 .592 Pittsburgh 85 60 .586 New York 80 67 .544 Cincinnati 78 67 .538 Boston „. 76 72 .514 St. Louis 07 78 .409 Brooklyn 66 79 .455 Philadelphia 47 102 .315 Wednesday's Results Chicago 0, Pittsburgh 5. St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 7. Boston 3, Philadelphia 1. Only games played. Games Thursday Pittsburgh at Chicago. Boston at Brooklyn (2) Philadelphia at New York. Cincinnati at St. Louis. It is estimated that 3000 persons are employed in the rose-growing in- dusry in England. FALL DAYS and SCHOOL SUGGEST MORE MEAT DISHES Fresh Quality Meats furnish heat and energy that the body needs, especially growing school children. Our meats are the highest quality and are kept under the most sanitary conditions. Let us serve you with the best in MEATS, POULTRY and SEA FOODS. TRY THESE Choice Branded KANSAS SIRLOIN Steaks 29c Lb MORRELL'S PRIDE HAM Sliced 31cu WILSON'S CERTIFIED Sliced BACON 29c,, KANSAS BEEF SEVEN Roast 17c Lb CITY MEAT MARKET Free Prompt Delivery. Phone 767 KROGER You'll be ashamed..// Aaaamfl^^ YOU PAY MORE FOR f/ THESE ITEMS ELSEWHERE GROCERY PRICES Good Fri.-Sat.-Mon. Sept. 30-Oct. 1 & 3 Alure Soap 4 Bars 17c KROGER BRAND BUYS There arc dozens of others! You don't risk a penny. Buy on our amazing guarantee!- ARMOUR'S STAR 2 CORNED BEEF HASH 16 oz. cans 25c SENSATIONAL CARNIVAL SPECIALS* CORNED BEEF HASH 11 oz. can 9c CORNED BEEF 2 ..12 oz. cans ..35c EXTRA-MILD, TASTIER! P. A. IS BETTER TOBACCO. "NO-BITE" TREATED SOAP .; C. W. Soap—7 Bars 25c 1 Palmolive—2 Bars lie RINCE ALBERT SHORTS Burlap Sack $ Blue Ribbon Bread Don't let Fowl Pox get your profit. Let us vaccinate your pullets for you. We will give 100 Ibs. Purina Layena to any Purina feeder for the best letter sent to us with the record of production or record of broiler weight for the past year These letters must be in by November 1st. T T T T T T *** BABY CHICKS FOR SALE Feeders Supply Co. THE STORE WITH THE CHECKER BOARD SIGN The Hope Star 1$ Across the Street THE NATIONAL 40V SMOKE Avalon and Soap Flakes Package Tumbl " TWINKLE 19c White Mountain Cake and Dozen Rolls Gelatin Dessert (Pudding Ic with purchase) 3 14C COOKIES Assorted Pound 15c 33c Avondale Kidney Beans 20 oz. can 1C~ 2 for Ovaltine Small large 65c 35c APPLE BUTTER 2£r25C SALAD DRESSING QE ±r 22C MUSTARD Embassy Pure 2 , 19c PICKLES Sour or Dill 2 Qts. 25c FLOUR Avondale 48 sat 89c LARD Compound 8 a, 82c FLOUR Gold Medal 24 V:, 89c COFFEE Country Club Lb. Cans 45c 8«Ar At Your Grocer and City Bakery Sunkist ORANGES doz. GRAPES Tokas pound TOMATOES Pound 12c 5c Red Triumph 1 AA Potatoes 10 Ibs. |«Fll Peppers Ib. Loose A 4 A A lUC Carrots . A 0 Ib. LISTEN! GET KROGER CLOCK BREAD FREE ... if clerk faili to suggest Clock Bread when filling your grocery order. Any size, any variety of Clock Bread! CLOCK BREAD 2 20 oz. Loaves 15c Fresh CABBAGE, Ib, 2c Avondale Sifted Peas 3—No. 2 Cans 29c Spaghetti or Macaroni 3—1 Lb. Pkgs. ... 25c Country Club MILK Small 6 for 17c Tall 3for.--.17c FLEECE TISSUE 6 Rolls 25c Dixie Qleo, Ib 20c I Bulk Sauer Pickled Feet, ea 5c I KRAUT, Ib. 5c STEAK ROUND or LOIN Pound 25c ROAST THICK RIB Pound Southern Style PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 15c Salt MEAT 111 A For Boiling, Ib H gp Kroger Rindless BACON, Ib. K. J. Caplinger, Market Mgr, _ KROGER Cecil W. Dennis, Gro. Mgr. ACCEPT THIS AMAZJNO BUY «ny fcrc^ct Item, UKE it ai well ot.better. OR return unUKd pqrtioo in origioaJ conuintr «nd we will KplKt it FPBS Wil4> toy otlwt br«m<J we »cU <f the »«roe item,

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