Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 7, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SBt HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Five-Year Fortune Plan Is Underway Marshall Field III to Control Vast Estate at Age of 50 CHICAGO — One of the greatest American fortunes begins this month to pass under exclusive control of Marshall Field 111. On his 45th birthday, Sept. 28. Field ' is to recieve from the estate of his | grandfather S3.000.000 in cash, and ac- cured which may amount to S90.000.0W. That day he will also begin to receive the annual income from the estate, around $20.000,000. Five years later Field will inherit the entire estate, conservatively estimated at 3200.000,000. He will then hold ix!rhaps the largest personal c\s- tete in the country. Marshcll Field, founder of the Chicago department store bearing his name, died in 1906. Th estate was left in an elaborate trust which immobilized by law. In 1920, Marshall Field III tried to break the will, arguing that it was contrary to public interest to tie up so large a fortune. The courts refused to break the will and the million dollars the lawers dragged down never dented it. Income simply piled up in trust. Fought Marshall Field II is sole heir to the fortune. His brother Henry, who was to have a shared it, died of illness incurred while with the British army during the World War. He enlisted as a student in England. Marshall III enlisted in the United States Army as a private. He went Friday, October 7, with the old First Cavalry (o the Mexican border for training, and Beginning this month, Marshall Field III, above, enters into a series of inheritance.-! which will make him at the end of-five years one of the richest men in the United States. ' when the outfit became the : 122nd Field Artillery he went through ;!the fort Sill School of fire, a'nd tnen to Franc*. l*he regimtnt went to the front September, 1918, with Uv> Pnu« rie Dlvison, and Field em«rRpd a captain. After the war, he headed rcemploy- ment work for Chicago's returning veterans. He was an organizer of the American Legion, Young Field went to work for u bond house, then organized his own investment company, from which he later withdrew as president sure of personal affairs demanded more and more-time. He rode to hounds with the Prince of Wales in England, and bought a 2000-acre estate on Long Island. His horses ran in the big British and American races. If> 1930 he learned to fly. . ••- -.. Endorsed Roo^oveK In 1927 the Field estate had begun a • $(,000,000 low-cost housing project for Chicago. Thus was generally believed the result of Marshall Ill's increasing sense of social responsibility. Fifteen huge corporations, banking and industrial,, carried the Field name on their boards of directors by 1933. Yet in the 1936 presidential campaign, Marshall Field III was the biggest name affixed to an endorsement of President Roosevelt drawn up by 30 business and professional leaders and made public by Francis Biddlc, former chairman o f the NLRB. Last year became a trustee of the University of Chicago. Field has been married .three times, divorced twice, from Evelyn Marshall in 1930, and from Mrs. Audrey James Coats in 1934. His present wife was Mrs. Ruth Pruyn Phipps, whom he married In 1936 , . Clerk: "Well, Johnnie, what do you want—chocolate,?" ' Johnnie:- "Yes; but I have to get soap, rt YOU BUY FIRE-CHIEF GASOLINE. OuY.'stron£esf a^gunSjntis this simple statement Fire-Chief at its prtce /* un^kciell/fid—fifny'^tiere. And when you read about, the free services that-go with it, you'll find that driving into*our stations is just good motoring sense, because . . • WE GIVE. CIRCLE SERVICE. Our modern way of servicing your car — more thorough- more complete. One ' circling" gives you a clean windshield, rear window, clean lights for safer driving, as well as gts, oil and water and proper inflation of tires. WE GIVE. REGISTERED REST ROOMS. It is our privilege to offer you hospitality on the road. Our Registered Rest Room signs are our assurance to you of neat, clean rest rooms, completely equipped, carefully maintained. We pledge them spic-and-span. WE GIVE.. COURTESY . . , from the Gentleman who serves you. Your wish is to enjoy the use of your car. Our wish is that you will find more of that enjoyment by dealing with us. We make every effort to serve you so that you will always prefer to stop at our stations. YOU BUY ONE—you get ALL FOUR at TEXACO DEALERS Townsend Service Station Otis Townsend, Prop. Emmet, Arkansas Cecil Wyatt's Service Station Third ju»d Washington Streets. Fhoue V Launching Largest Liner """"^ F 'I*. England s Queen Elizabeth returned to her native Scotland to launch the world s larfiest ship, the Queen Elizabeth, at the famous John Brown shipyards in Glasgow. The picture above shows the Queen •Elizabeth just before she slid into the Clyde river. The new ship, ouut in the same slips that held the Queen Mary, is 1030 feet long . and displaces 85,000 tons. Washington Mrs. Lee Holt. Mrs. J. M. May. Mrs. J. A. Wilson. Mrs. A. P. Delony, Mrs* Lat Moses and Mr.s. W. H. Etter attended a meeting of Ouachitn Presby- tcrial Group Conference at Lewisville last Thursday. Mrs. Holt presided as chariman of the group and Mr.s. Etter gave a report of the young people work at Ferncliff. Mayor A. P Delony made n business trip to Little Rock Sunday. Mrs. I. H. Garner was the Sunday night guest of her sisters, Mrs. W. R. Pruitl and Mrs. Gertrude Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jackson and son Kenny and Mr. and Mr.s. W. H. Etter and little daughter were visitors in Texarkana Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. R. King of Memphis, Tcnn.. was the guest of Mrs. J. A. Wilson Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, Klc., Required by the Acts of Congress of August 2-1, 1912, and March 3, 1933. Saturday. Mrs. Bc=sic Battle of Fulton aiu Mrs. W. R, King of Memphis visited tho cemetery here Thursday afternoon. Miss Mary Ella Hubbard spent several days at home this week. She re- turned Wednesday to Little Rock where she is n student in business school. Friends of George Robertson regret to know of his serious Illness, nnd wish him a speedy recovery. Miss Grnco Childers celobrnled her 13h birthday with n dinner party at her. home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Stroud. W. V. Prnzicr and W. I. Stroud spent Sunday and Monday in Shreveport where Mr. Stroud nnd Mr. Frazicr received medical treatment. Mrs. K.-H. Amonnctte spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Bycrs. J. M. Mny and son Jimmy were Hope visitors last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Barnctt of Tex- nrknnn were Sunday guests of Mrs. Pink Hortmi and Miss Ella Monroe. Mrs. Omar Williams and Mrs. June Pincgiir were Nashville visitors on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ray and Mrs. Zfin Ray were Hope visitors Monday. .Friends of Miss Joclla Gold will regret to know that she is ill with ton- silitus and kept from her classes at Arkansas College, Batcsville. Miss Evelyn Ann May entertained 16 of her friends with a party Saturday night at her home, the occasion bein her 13th birthday. The evening was cnjoyably spent at a variety of games directed directed by the parents o fthe honoree. Refreshments of cookies and punch were served at the conclusion of the party. Miss Nnncy Clark spent Sunday in Arkadclphia with her parents. The cake walk given Friday night at the Old State Capitol building by the band mothers was a big success. A large crowd attended and spent a pleasant evening walking for cakes to the music of the Stroud band. About $20 was cleared for the benefit of the band fund. Wedding of Miss Trutfie Merle Davidson to R. Thomas Page in Hope Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Davidson of Fulton announce the marriage of their daughter, Trudic Merle, to Robert ThnmiiK Page, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. 'Page. The young couple were married Saturday. October 1 in Hope at the home of the Rev. Thomas Brewster, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, who performed the ceremony. Their only attendants were Miss Bonnie Davidson and Paul Simmons, sister and cousin of the bride. Mrs. C. C. Stuart of HOJMJ was a visitor here for » while Siiturdny.. , Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weathcrington of Blovins were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Delony one tiny last week. Mr, and Mrs. Jasper Lively of Shreveport were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jasper Lively nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Nelson were Sunday guests of Mrs. J. A. Wilson. Miss Myra Lee Boytrtt of near Hope, vilstcd Mrs, Earl Bruce Monday. Miss Boyctt has enrolled for the commercial course at the local high school, The September social meeting of the Presbyterian nuxilnry was held Monday aft'irnoon at the homo of Mrs Luther Smith. The meeting was culled to order by the president, Mrs. J. A, Wilson, who read us a devotional selections from the third chapter of Phillipians and led in prayer. Eight members answered roll call with it verse of Scripture and the minutes were omitted because of the absence o fthc secretary. Mrs. J. M. Mny read the message of the Moderator of the General Assembly regarding Church Paper week Oct. 9-1G. A message from the Arkansas Synodical president was read by Mrs. C. M. Williams. The next meeting was announced to be til the church. with Mrs. Holt leading the mundtablc discussion "Forgotten Areas in Our Cities". After the Mi/.pah benediction the hostess served delicious ice cream and cake. Mrs. Val Jean Pincgar was complimented with n .shower Tuesday iif- ternoon nt the homo of Mrs. W. I. Stroud. Co-hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. O. A. Williams, Mrs. June Pincgar and Miss Mary Levins. The house was attractively decorated with marigolds and clusters of lantnnas. The honoree was presented with miiny dainty gifts by her friends. More than 20 guests were present nnd the hostess served n delicious salad plate with punch. P. Q. Lovclis, Jr., and A. D. Monroe hnve beeii reported seriously ill this week. Texas has more miles of railroads than any other state in the United Suites. Olrl Customer: "Docs this llfftifell > . t come off easily?" ' J /'" Cosmetics clerk: "Not i." you put lift a fight!" i, OPENING SPECIAL ,.;J Tills coupon good for 1 game M nillurtls clip and tnke to"', CKINER'S BILLARD nnd > ,,, DOMINO PARLOR \. [• Next door to New Theater* HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Phone for Estimate v Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 HH Government I COTTON LOANS ^^__ Quick Service 9HH Immediate Payment MM|M Bring your Samples •• to ME. TOM mm •MB A Government Llccm ^^^ Classcr.. ( . •H Hope, Ark. [Government Cotton Loans Quick Service— Immediate Payment Cotton Classed by K. C.Rrowu, Licensed Government Classcr in Our Office. E. C. BROWN & CO. Hope, Arkansas OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME TO "Texaco Service Station Frank Hcarnc 3rd and Shovcr SU. Hgy. 67 933 Service Station I'eiry Taylor Division SUcct Of Hope Star, published daily ex.- cept Sunday, at Hope, Arkansas, for October 1, 1938. State of Arkansas, County of Hempstead, SS. Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Alex. H. Washburn, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of the Hope Star and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the data shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1!U2. as amended by the Act of March 3. 1933, embodied in section 537, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the roversu of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher Alex. H. Washburn, Hope, Arkansas. Editor Alex H. Washburn, Hope, Arkansas. Managing Editor Leonard Ellis, Hope, Arkansas. Business manager, Alex. H. Washburn, Hope Arkansas, 2. That the owners are: Star Publishing Co., Inc., Hope, Arkansas. C. E. Palmer, Texarkana, Texas. Alex. H. Washburn, Hope, Arkansas, 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: C. E. Palmer, Tcxarkuna, Texas. Alex. H. Washburn, Hope, Ark. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the nainet of the owners, stockholders, fc,nd security holders, contain not only Uie list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also, in case where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company us trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than tfiat of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has tny interest direct or indirect in the wA stock bonds, or other securities than as ao ftated by him. 5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six mc*uths preceding the date shown above is 3,911. ALEX. H. WASHBURN. Sworn to anH subscribed before me this Bth cliiy of October, 1938. Paul H. Jones, Notary Public, i My commission expires March 11, l!ju. 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