Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 24, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, December 24, 1938 Sure-fire Christmas Gift: Wearables By MARIAN YOUNG NEA Service Staff Correspondent NE WYORK—No matter how many dolls she orders, a new party dress or a ski suit will please the tinest girl in the family. Much as j'.ie loves beautiful linens and gagets for her home, mother wants to find underwear, and stockings or j jewelry or a new house coat. I Father hopes Santa Glaus will bring ! socks and a sweater a smoking jacket. ; neckties and a new bathrobe, as well j as something nice for, his desk and ^ a few items that have to do with his ;. favorite hobby. Gifts to wear will make every member of the family happy on Christmas merninu. Even the puppy will show barking delight at the sight of one of the new raincoats for dogs— light as a feather and designed to stay on while he chafes cats. To the Ladies— Merry Christmas! With '.he women in your home, news nightgowns that look for all the world like dinner and evening dresses are a Christmas delight. There i-= one especially handsome model with a wide, billowing skirt, shirred to give a hoop-skirt effect, a slim, lace-trimmed bodice, off-the- shoulder neckline and puff sleeves. Incidentally, th-j now underwear that was handmade m Puerto Rice is sure to make a double hit—with her- because all women love handmade lingerie and with you because it costs so much less. Chri?tma=! jewelry is new this year. Give her H chateline piecon a bar pin to wear un her lapel. Or a quaint necklace to wear with her off-the- shoulder or strapless evening gown. Whatever von do don't send slender icate bracelets. tiny clips or thin, de necklaces. Dinky pieces of costume jewelry are completely overshadowed by massive boldly designed ones. She's sure to like a hat pin. earrings and jeweled combs for her hair. Evening sweaters ar.d blouses of jar with he floor- will 'tx- appreciat- c-vemng wra^i with glistening .il id A- various type length dir.ne ecl. ~A white gol cbequin embruiuqry on the lapel is a wonder: mong other-; are: ,, simply tailored housescont of purple lame and one of dull sold wi_.\;l with black velvet sash; a bedjacket of softest maribou (in any colon; a bedjacket of soft washable flannel with .1 little girl collar and Ions, full sleeves, gatherec into a band ;-,' wrists: mules of wine an dsiiver pUud lame; more practica bedroom slippers uf dull-soft kid with wool linings. The newest glove is a three-dimensional affair with a L T -turned wal that runs from thumb around the fingers and clown the side, and allow the fingers complete freedom. If yov send stockings, be sure to specif} whether she is tall, short or of med ium height. Huge bags, in all leathers, are smarter than small ones. A muff is a perfect present. Above-elbow- length evening gloves, recently revived, are very nice. For a ten-year-old girl, an ankle length party dress of taffeta is a nice Yultide idea. For older aister. how about shop- skin lined red leather boots to wear Skibos Bank On Rushing Tactics to Stop O'Brien in Sugar Bowl Game :;arncgio Tech Also Intends to Knock Down Potential Receivers in Choking Great Texas Christian Passing Attack Ky II/\KKY GllAYSON NEA. Service Sports Editor Gifts to wear—The array of smart ChrUlmas sift* for him includes a s.ik dressing gown in ii jarqiiard gold moire, with a fulwer motif in wrap print effect on a 'black hackqvt uml; a silk crepe dinner skill with a nlrali-il bosom; sev eral lies Her hostess pajamas with a skirt hack an- of carneilian -ilk lame. Hhc holds a silk velvet muff hanger from which dangles a mink liinff. Then- are a huge -carlct cliiffon handkerchief with gold metallic einl)rodier.v and Mime fine wliite linen handkcrcheifs. edged with real lace, on the table. If You Wish Friends a "Happy New Year" You Should Make Them Eat Your Words Grown-up Chic—The quilted style which uill wrap her mother in a luxurious robe is featured in this gift for a little girl. Of pastel silk it has a little fastener front, sash of of sell material. ITITSBURG, — Bill Kern can't understand how David O'Brien completed 93 forward passes out 167 attempts. . .heller Hum 55 per cent .. . and 19 for touchdowns. Kern . . . Carnegie Tech's blond coach'of the year . . the most form- lahle tackle Dr. Jock Sutherland ever drilled ,at Pittsburgh . . . talks as though he suspects little Davey O'Brien was not rushed to any great extent. He insists that he is more worried about the Texas Christians runners. "That is one reason why we will stick to our orthordox C-2-2-1 defense," says Kern. T.C.U. will outweigh Carnegie Tech nearly 10 pounds man up front. The Horned Frogs have a fullback in Connie Shirks, who packs a lot of drive at 195 pounds. The 150- pound O'Brien is no slouch as :i carrier . . . off tackle or around end behind the gigantic captain and tackle Insull B. Hale. But to get back to O'Brien phenomenal passing, there are two ways U render aerial fire ineffective. Om is to borrow a man from the line . . reinforce the secondary . . try to cove every receiver. That's too much like locking tin door after the horse is loose to sui Kern. A smart rcciever with a chang of pace and the knack of cutting can lake a fen.se man into a false move, move. One stop is all a receiver like Don Looncy of Texas Christians needs to get on the man assigned to him. A team that permits a hunch of eligible men to get in the open and gives the passer time to wind up is dabbling with dynamite. "It takes 10 yejirs off my life to watch my defenders try to bat a pass out of a receiver's arms," asserts Kern. "By timing bis break just right the pass catcher can slip the players covering him." The other way to break up an overhead attack is to choke it at its M>nree. That i.s the Carnegie Tech system. That i.s what the Skibos hope to do against the faboulous O'Brien. "They tell me O'Brien i.s a cool, levelheaded little cuss who takes his lime before letting go a pass." explains Kern. "I don't know if those Texas teams and Marquctte, Temple, Tulsa, and Centenary rushed him hard, but my kids won't give Dave any time to look around for targets. "We're got a couple of ends who bust»in there and hurry things. "I'm couning on Striegel and Fishei to keep on top of O'Brien. 'Maybe he won't be so cool when he finds those fellows on his neck.' Another point which Carnegie Tech intends to take full advantage of if the fact that it i.s legal to knock down poenal receivers before a pass actually develops. Kern believes in preventing end: from getting out where they can catcl a heave. He never did agree with those who' claim that 5-U-ii-l defense is the surest antidote for an air raid. "With that setup you can't rush the passer or pin the offinsive ends down," he explains. Hi.s guess is that the 5-3-2-1 defense i.s stronger against running plays than passes. Texas Christian may have the grcat- oue-man team overhead, but Carnegie Tech has four passers. . . all about on a par. Carnelly and Condit looped ID-yard end-zone pa.sscs against Pitt. Kern and others who have trailed Carnegie Tech wouldn't be surprised if the Tartans beat the Horned Frogs at their own game of hurling leather Bill Kern admits the possibility of Davey O'Brien making Carnegie Teel ook as foolish as the others, but de- •lares that the football player of the •ecormUering. •ear will have to accomplish such a •emarkable feat without excess time or reconnoilcring. FLAPPER FANNY Washington Mr. -and Mrs. C. C. Stuart oC ltop< were Sunday afternoon visitors ol Mrs. Lee Holt and Mrs. Sallie K. Holt Mr .and Mrs. Melson Fra/ier spen last Wedcnsday in Hope. Mrs. E. R. Timberlakc. Mrs. U. W Patterson. Miss Vivian Beck and Rev G. W. Robertson attended the Method 1st church council at Prescoll last Thursday. Miss Kimnio Jane Elmore will arrive home Thursday from Brinkley to be with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. W.K.. Elmore during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. B. A. Hartsfield of Seminole. Dkla.. came Saturday to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Sallie K. Holt. Mrs. J. A. Wilson. Mrs. Evelyn Hubbard and Miss Bessie Trimble were Hope visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Frank May was a Hope visitor Saturday. Miss Letha Fra/.ner, Mrs. J. A. Wilson. Mrs. J. M. May. Mrs. Jim Mnl- drow and Miss Mary Ann Beck spent Thursday shopin gin Texarkana. Mi.ss Kathrvn Holt of Texarkana COPR. 19318V NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RE6. U. S. PAT. Off. ,Vre in luck! Four of the cousins arc dark-meat an' one of the white-meat aunts couldn't come.-" spent the week end at home. She will return home again Wednesday for the holidays. ' Dr. J. C. Williams is attending a meeting of the General Assembly's Committee on Church Union at Atlanta. Ga.. this week, as a delegate fro mlhe Synod of Arkansas. A New Years greeting that's good enough to eat—small white squares of frosted cake with chocolate letters on top. Cotton Crop Lower m;iy not b<' a .si^n of wi.s: ;, .-iyn of Ijfu.-iiev. John O. NEW YORK—i/I 1 )—The 1938 cotton harvest was close to 12,100.000 bales. Although not far below a normal crop, as measured by the past decade, it fell far short of the record-breaking 1!VJ!W,'J9'J bale harvest of 1937. ft together throughly. rruum to- iffy. Add •ire .stunning lightweight wc."i nightgown.-: und prijam.i for the college girl v.no .,1 ' ' While Frosting <:H!j liealer Flare over fur Hit |jii|j—i ) will bring family raince;.t this year lightweight i-il a.-. '" -•'*:• '- 11 thin-even through a i.fter the ni. - ii;ljbor\ for the Mm i Who "UVar. Well' i'o: i..f-:: bed-i To clean up the odds and ends left after the Christmas rush we are offering these values. All items go on Sale, starting Tuesday, December 27. We will be closed all day Monday. SHOP AND COMPARE. Ladies Rayon Princess A Value Ladies Novelty Sport Pr. $1.50 Close-Out—LADIES Close-Out 'BIN -1 Table Fast Color y d 25c 500yds Fast Color Washable Sorority 1 to 1 yard Pieces ryd I Close-( Ladies Silk DRESSES Spend Your Xnias Money fur a Dress Men's Heavy 8 oz. Cotton GLOVES , 5c 72x84 Double Part Wool $2.25 ea. 36-inch Fast Color Hometown BROADCLOTH yd . 10c FRIDAY WILL BE AT PENNEY'S One Large Table Odds and Ends ea. 25c Boys' 2 to 16 OXHIDE Overalls Blues or Stripes Si pr. Men's Cotton DOMET Flannel MEN'S Pleated Front Dress 28 to 34 Large Size Blanket ea. Close-Out—LADIES Ubc compliment, anyway." 500 yds. Fast Color Fancy 1 In II) yard I'iece yd. Close-Out Men's Dress Soiled in Ximi Kush—No\v »ea. MEN'S 12 Ib. Winter 36 to 46 ea. $4-98 Close-Out—Only a Few CHILDREN'S ANKLETS—Each Large Size Bedspread REMNANTS u 27c Close-Out—70x80 Single $1.00 ea. Ladies Fall and Winter HATS ea IOC Men's Vat Dyed Full Cut 63c LADIES BALBRIGGAN Boy's Leatherette HELMETS-Each 25c No. 475c Ladies First Quality Full Fashioned HOSE MEN'S Fine Quality SUITS Single or Double Breasted Save! $14-75 Men's Sport Slack Socks ISc pr. tea PENIrEY'S I. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Incoiporated ACROSS STREET FROM POSTOFFICE [WHERE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES

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