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•>!* .''t't'"" 1 1 -"',•• ' '• <' f*r! Thutsdoy, November HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ^B-Q BURGERS .. EJit*-1.6S ta, jfehlt ** 3 ttf $1.06 "SBAR-B-Q B* and res HOP! STAR, HOM, AftkANSAS Thursday, November 18, 19S4 CLASSIFIED Ads Must fie in Office Day BefWfe fubllcatioB :iAL DISPLAY ftTNew fabrics Hf . In $!«<* Tailor Shop WANT AD ftATfiS Alt Warn Adi art jxiyabl* to dOvantt but odi Will to dec«pt*d OVBr Tnv TOicpntJWI OflO CKCOfftOCKM »lon occrtutiti allowed with the un- d«ritondins the account ti poyabU when itatemettt It rendered. .66ZER WORK Sfrttfd — Dirt Moving [JfBj|?S|d r Ola<jlng. Call " bUCKITT i 6th St. Phone 7-379* ^^ $5.00 JBER DUCK DECOYS ,.Wl9,95fNOW $14,95 r G<t' tHerti before the ijsafiort : opens and save. ^SiOCfATE STORE •Jumbw W Wordi Jp to 13 16 t6 20 !l t« 25 '.6 fo 30 11 to 35 16 to 40 II to 45 10 to 50 Made.lhto Innerturlni ork Guaranteed m Day 8ervlo« «* "DAVIS r« & Mattreti C«. ttreet Phone 7-821t SHARES ilvertlfled Income Fund »pectuk available from .' -'AGENT ' ef Ark. Phone 7-4454 .. ck Highway 67 Weit «; LUCK'S JED FURNITURE CO. tdoe-of City Llmiti Weit, ijliori.Water.Barrels for Sale one 7-4381 „., Hope; Ark. ' 3ravel/.Fill Dirt and ^Spilrlight, Hauling. ' MESTJQNES e -3860 l On* thf*» Six On Day Day* Day* Month .45 .90 1,50 4.S .60 1.20 2.00 6.0 .75 f .50 2.50 7.5 .90 1.80 3.00 .*.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 K20 2.40 4.00 .... 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.5C 1.50 3.00 5.00 13.0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I t'rne 75c per Inch 3 times 60c per Inch 6 times SOt per Inch Roles quoted above are tor eon- •ectrtlva insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rote. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. the publisher* reserve the right to revise or edit oil advertisements of- "fefed for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted •»,••. Initials of one or mar* letters, flroups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not b« responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of HOD« 1199; Pmi 1»J7 Conialldatid January II, 192t Published every weekday afternoon STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, Presldint Aim. H. Washburn, Sccy-TfM, at ThfStar Bulldlnf 112-14 South Walnut StrMt Hope, . Arkaniat Alex. H. Waihburn, Editor.',»' Publltbw Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor Je§« M. Davl*, Advcrtlilng Managw Goorga W. Hosmer, Moeh. Supt. Entered at second clan matter «t Hie Pott Office at Hop*, Arkantat, under the Act of March 3, 1197. Member of the Audit Bureau •! 'Circulation! LOAN* P5&»:| e uHdS^Jupply CoT CO. |Printing , . , *, \0ffice Supplies ' , Front St, kr,, j>'s Service GLAS8 .USED PABT8 !,mq»t cars, see us beforo you buy. PORTER A, Operator. |-2767 Hope Hy 67 West Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In (Hope and nelghborlna towns— Per week , .23 *••!• year ....13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada. LaFayette, Howard, and Miller coun- Hes— •. 3 One month „ i..,...,, .85 Three months _ 1.60 Wx months 2.60 One year ...,......< 4.50 All other mall- One month 1.10 Three months 3.25 •U months „ 6.50 ,0n« year , "13.00 Nefl Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Idg., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. i 42d-ifr.Vr.New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penpbscof Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; rertnlfftl .Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla* *'s •* . i Member of The Associated Presst me Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of all tho local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news .dispatches, Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 154 fi. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 Mo. For Sate or Rent ¥ WO Business buildings on front Street, next to Pool hall; if in* tested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 . E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phohe 7-SSflO or 22-«666. 19-1 Mo. Service! Offered MATTRESS renovation arid Inner- spriag work. Cobb .Mattreft Co. SIB South Washington. Phone tf-2822. Mar. 4-tf FOft PLUMBING Repairs, Call Theb Lohg, 7-3407. 15-1 Mo. RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL . AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South , Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sole Complete Parti and t^'fferylpf fof < v Holland Balers id Ford Tractors Rhone or Writ* |in Tractor Co. - 9l * 1140-R TERMITES lite Control Co, HPED • INSURED , Frt* Inspection Call ' MIDDI.EBRQOKS Jr. » Night «i UJ?;FOR YOUR tp re- in^Jste ppr or truck. ' THREE registered Guernsey bull calves from high producing dams. David McKee, Route 4, Hope, (Old Blevins Road). 13-6t Loyoway Open on TRIKES - BIKES - C50LLS and Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY ' COMPANY. FINEST Johnson grass .hay at barn 3 miles northeast of Emmet. Walter Sallee, RFD, Prescott. Oldsmobiles for'55 Are Best Yet Oldsmobile for 1055 presents a new and more .advanced concept of. two-tone body color, important engineering improvements and a completely restyled. appearance. The luxurious; "98" Series and the ligh performance Super "88" Ser- ^es both are powered by a more ef- 'icient 202-horsepower "Rocket" engine with 8.5 to 1 compression ratio, it was announced by J. F. Wolfram, vice president of Gener-', al Motors and general manager of Oldsmobile Division. The 1955 Old- smobiles go on display Friday November 19, in dealerships throughout the United States, in Hope at Gib Lewis Auto Sales. Oldsmobile's popular low silhouette and wide vision panoramic vindshield are enhanced by the fly- ng colors styling that Oldsmobile lesigners have incorporated in he 1955 models. Oldsmobile again presents three series of cars with a total of 10 body types. There are hree Fisher .body -styles in the lu^c- ury "98" series-four-door sedan, leluxe Holiday couple and Starfire convertible).- The : flashing Super '88" Series has four body types- our-door sedan, two-door sedan, ioliday ( coppe and .. convertible :oupe. In the economy-priced "88" Series, are the four-door sedan. Holiday coupe and two-door sedan. Distinguishing the front end ; ap- learance of the 1955 Oldsmobile re . the recessed .headlights, ' with hrdme-lined .caps: that extend two riches;-beyond' 1 the•••lens at the top, ie name Oldsmobile spelled out n chrome block letters across the pper bumper bar, and a more ugged bumper that curves grace- ully into the fender contours at ach end of the grille opening. The amiliar Oldsmobile world emblem on the hood has an alurnini- zed-background for the plastic or- nnment. The rocket ornament atop the hood is wider and two wind splits extend the length of the hood, merging with the base of the ornament. NEW JOB - Actor Edward Purdom poses with Rita Stetson who makes her screen debut in Hollywood's new movie, "The Prodigal." A former New Yorker, and niece of a famous hat company executive, Rita plans to make acting her career. The Negro Community By Helen Turner , Phone 7-5830 Or bring Item* to Mlit Turner •t Hlcki Funeral Horn* DON'T GET TOUGH — The legendary Paul Bunyan comes to life. He is portrayed by Chet^Shandel, former heavyweight boxer. It's all part of a Labor Day celebration at Ft. Bragg, Calif. axe is six The Hopewell P. T. A. will meet Tuesday night, December 7, at 7:30. THAT'S new? Well, not exactly. A generation ago, many an old granny smoked her clay pipe, not as a fad—as a habit. Tfte Community club will meet Monday night, November 22, at the regular meeting place at 7:30. Beebee Memorial CME Church Lost 15-3t and Mt. Zion CME Church will sponsor services at Bethel AME Church Sunday night, November 21. The Rev. I. M. Manning will do GREEN Parakeet with touches of the preaching.' The public is invit- yellow. Very tame. Named e d "Pete." Reward offered. Susan ' . , - -Davis, 410 South Walker, Phone I There will be a Testimonial pro- Prospect 7-2554. __ i8-3t gram and reception at Bethel AME ,, „ T • Church Monday, November 22, ag - UPS 195 *- at 7= 30 P- ™ in honor of Rev P ~,« near Red ONE male hound, blue tjckTweight years. Gifts "will be presented at homkT Don"Holledw .'.. ' **•' Brooks Named All American, Moore AII-SW Figures Hope to Win Over Prescott Team By RAY STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK f/P)All year long we've hedged on Arkansas' Razorbacks, picking them to Jose four times and being very conservative on the point spread when we picked them to win. Last week, the Razorbocks lost their first game of the year, a 21-14 decision to SMU. It's possible that this defeat was just what Arkansas needed to help it win its last two games of the season. There's no doubt that the Arkansas lads were upset more than tomcv.-hat by the Saturday defeat, and we think the Razorbacks are the type of ball club which will welcome a chance to vent their chargin on Louisiana State and Houston. Arkansas will nr?et LSU at Shreveport, La., Saturday, and we think the Rnzorbacks will win by at least two touchdowns 28-13. The Arkansas Freshmen also should get into the winning and a chance at gaining a tie for the A1C crown. This should he inducement enough for the Wonder Boys, and we'll take Tech over Ozarks 13-7. In other -jcntest Saturday involving Arkansas college teams, we like- Abilene Christian over Arkansas State; Southern State over Ouachita; and Little Rock Junior College over Arkansas State Teachers. Henderson State Teachers, a hot I'nl cold team all year, should be warm enough Friday to edge Northeast .Oklahoma State. Only one Big Seven high school game is on tap this Friday night, and it appears that North Little Rock will have little trouble from Texarkana. We like the Wildcats by two touchdowns, 21-7. Among the others, we'll take Little Rock over Bessemer, Ala. . . El Dorado over West Monroe, La., Fort Smith ovsr Fayetteville. . . Pine Bluff over Magnolia . . . Springdale over Huntsville . . Van Buren over Subiacc . . . Forrest City over West Memphis . . Jonesboro over Benton Smackover over Arka*delphia . .Camden over Fordyce . . .Crosr.ett over Eudora. Fail-view ovor Nashville ... Hope over Prescott Batesville over DeWitt ... . Stuttgart over Searcy. . Paragculd over Corning . Osceola over Piggott Mena over Horatio. , .Morrilton over Bryant . . . Catholic High (Little Rock) over Jacksonville ' DeQuoen over Gurdon . .Lake Village over. Warren. Last week, our percentage was .733 with 19 right anc! seven misses. Boudreau Is NewManager of Athletics KANSAS CITY Lou Ecu - dreau, the new manager of the Kansas City Athletics, sees a' big rebuilding job ahead but he's hopeful the change os scenery will stimulate the club. Bo'udreau, who signed a two-year contract. yesterday, said he bo- lieves the Athletics will do much better here than in Philadelphia where they wound up in the American League cellar last season. "I. Ihink the enthusiasm of the Kansas City fans will bring a change in the club's attitude." Boudreau ssid. "I bleieve there will be mroe effort put put and that the' club will- show general improvement. I'm not comparing this GETTING TO KNOW YOU—"Coco,"-the monkey, looks slightly bewildered as his pony pal, "Henri," tries to make friends with Chiquita," a small leopard. The meeting took place at an animal get-together in Paris, France. RUSHING THE SEASON—Although Christmas is some two months away Santa's helpers are busy getting ready for the holiday season. This woman is baling trees near Tacoma, Wash. CONAVAY, Bud Brooks of , o Wynne, Ark., the dynamic Arkansas Razorback guard, has been named all-star guard . by Collier's magazine. The issue containing the magazine's all-star and all-Scuthwest selections is dated Doc. 10. The cat issue arrived in _ ,..„„ ual , Memorial Hospital here Irst Monday, apparently the result of a mailing error. Hemy Moore, Arkansas' lead:n» leaping fullback, was named to ths all-Southwest team. Collier's all-star team: Ends Max Boydston, JS 75 or 80 ib. No. 11282. 2 years old. Phone 3226 or 216 North Hervey. C. O. Ellis, reception which will be Bethel's Center. Friends 18-3t well wishers of the Paschals are t t, _ * For Rent J jack.s, Wire stretchers, Poit hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bar* g&in House and Pawn Shop, 205 " S. Walnut. Phone 7-2471, J8-1 Mo.lJ 35 . Marco, invited. Fights Last 1 Night By The Associate?) Press San Frsnpisco jinjmy Carter, NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497, a- FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. Mrs, Ann a Judson, 220 N. Elm. " i- TWO 3-room houses, 1 mile on old 67 West, Hazel Wajkins, ie-3t SIX room house, 2 blocks town, , block from Qglesby Phone 7-2249, 7-3390, 16-3J furnished apartment. Pri- bajh. 5H E. Third. n-tf „. apartment, 4 ro.ftm.S, and. b§th, 135. ¥t block from Pity mil, 4«Wt$ only, " stopped Paddy De 134'/2, Brooklyn 15 for world's llighiweight title. Notice No. 7682 ESTHER HAMILTON In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County. Ark. . ................... ... ...... . ......... Plaintiff vs. MARVELL HAMILTON ...... .... ....... . ......... ..... p.efendont WARNINQ QRPgR The dffenden^ Marvel) Hamilton is wemed to appear in this court within thirty days » n <l answer the complftint 9| tfte plain,ti«, Queen Esther Hamilton. Witness my h.un4 and the seal of salcj .cpwrl tW§ 2<Jth day ol October " (S Cfarrett WUUS. Clerk It. C. flyers, P. 0. Tackles Jack E 1 len a,' UCLA- Sid Fournet, LSU. Guards Jim Salsbury, UCLA; Brooks, Arkansas. Center Kurt Burris, Oklahoma Quarterback Ralph Guglielmi, Notre Dame. Halfbacks Dick MoeRlp, Rico; Howerd Cassady, Ohio Suite. Fullback Alan Ameche, Wisconsin. The all-Southwest team: Ends Ben Sinclair, Texas A&M; Boydston, Oklahoma. TackJes Forerest Gregg, SMU' Jirn Smith, Baylor, Guards Ken Paul, .situation with Milwaukee, though. You have to remember that they bad a sound ball club when the move was made from Boston.' The Milwaukee .Braves climbed from seventh place to the national league to sec-ond in their first season at Milwaukee. Budreau, who formerly managed the Boston Red Sox and the Cleveland Indians, had this to say about the players inherited from Philadelphia: "I feel that some of the players are capable of doing belter than they did last season. I'm leaving that up to the players. They'll have to show me they want to stay with the club." , Injuries were costly to Philadelphia last seascn. Pitcher Bobby Shantz, a 24-game winner in 19"i2. had an ailing shoulder. Pitcher Alex Kellner, a 20-game w.'nner in 1949, developed a sore arm. Gus Zernial the A's slugging outfielder, broke his collar bone. Catcher Billy Shante, Bobby's younger brother, suffered a fractured finger. NEW YORK UP) If there is anything of which the average red- blooded American is convinced absolutely, it is th;il, given hair a chance, he could do'a great deal better job of picking college football winners than the uniformed misfits who get paid for putting down their predictions week alter week. ' i suffered were by a grand total of nine pc-ints, and they beat Purdue two weeks ago 25-25. Then you'll want the UCL^ Bruins, naturally. This scourge o tho Far West has left eight op ponents for deed and doesn't ye know its own strength. The underdog Trojans boast onl an 8-1 record having been beate Classen Likes Porks, Rice ^ and Baylor ^ By HAROLD CLAASSEN NEW YORK I/W Annually football stalks off Hie sports Mage in a blaze of glory. Pcrhr.ps, some nf the glory can percolate into thcso predications if not they are consigned to the blaze. Last week there were 13 incor--. rect answers among the 50 dacV sions for an average of .740. The seasonal totals arc 308 coirect answers and 124 incorrect for .713. This week';;' picks: UCLA over outhcrn California: UCLA took last Saturday off to r?nt ready for this one although it is Southern California v/ho is in !ieod of the extra preparation. Ohio Slate over Michigan: The Buckeyes have too much team stpeed. & Oklrhoma over Nebraska: Tha Sooncrs end their cighll' season under Coach Bud Wilkinson without r. loop defeat. Lnva over Notre Dame: Notre Dame tied Iowa a year a?o in a L'ame markod by'feigned injuries. Neither side hos forgotten it but he Iciwans likely remember it a ittle more clearly. West Virginia over North Cnro- ina State: The Mountaineer back- icld is crippled but Fred WyaiiQ .till i? sound. • ^ The others without corr.ment: FRIDAY NIGHT Miami over Alabama. SATURDAY EAST: Harvard over Yale, Co- umbia over Rutgers, Syracuse •ver Fordham, Holy Cross over Connecticut, Pittsburgh over Penn State, Princeton over Dartmouth, Boston University over Temple Delaware over Bucknell. SOUTH: Arkansas over Louisjp rna State, Maryland over George' Washington, Auburn over C'emson, Duke over South Carolina, Furman ever Wofford, Kentucky over Tennessee, North Carolina over ,'irginia, West Virginia over North Carolina State, Vanderbilt ever V'illanova. MIDWEST: Wisconsin over Minnesota, Colorado over Kansas State, Illinois over Northwestern, Michigan State over Marquette Missouri over Kansas, Purdue ovn(.'j ndiana, Wyoming over Tulsn,' Wichita over Detroit. SOUTHWEST: Baylor over SMU, lice over Texas Christian, Texas 'ech over Houston. FAR WEST: Arizona over Arizona State, California over Stanord, Idaho over Brigham Youn.;, Utch over Montana, New Mexico over New Mexico A&M, Oregon iver Oregon Slate, Washington ver Washington State. 1 Admiral Refuses to Help McCarthy NEW YORK UP) A retired admiral \vlio declined to heln circulate a petition against censure of |Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-\Vis) 'lias been dropped from the list of its sponsors. The censure question "in a matter before Ihe United States Senate now and not one for the man en {he street to setUo,' said Vice Adm.. Gerald F. Bogan at his hojne in La Jolla, Calif, yesterday. Bog&n had been listed on the cominiUee fcr "Ten Million Americans Mobilizing for Justice" an crganj'/atioh circulating the p^o- McCarthy petition. He had been included through a misunderstanding and his name lias beon removed from the liit. .said R«:r Ac'.m John G. Croinmel- lin (ret.), who organised the peti- Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 FREE DELIVERY — DIAL 7-4431 n r i? 2 TICKETS TO 1C m R ARK - LSU Foot-bail Game Given Away Friday, Nor. 19 — 6 P. M. NOTHING TO BUY — JUST REGISTER. COME IH AND REGISTER FRIDAY NOV. 19 Round Steak Chuck Roast Grade A Large EGGS 43c Doz. Fat Hens Fresh Fryers Tray Pack BACON T Sirloin Steak T-Bone Steak 39 So we have decided to offer him I early by Texas Christian. The a sm ,vc nave ueiuueu uj oner mm eariy vy Texas uniistian. The all, simple exorcise for this hold a 27-7 victory over Pittsburgi ••£ Sattuday. Un their last three wins over con All we're going to ask is four j fcrence opposition they have yield innpi's niH rvf fnnv nnrl vnn o.,,-,•( CCl Seven DOHltS. TllRV are vev Brooks, Arkansas. Rice; Center Burris, Oklahoma. Quarterback TCU. Ronald Clinscale, Halfbacks Dick Mo eg le, Rice- Carroll Hardy, Colorado, Fullback Henry Moore, Arkansas. Carter Takes Title as Was Expected By BOB MYERS SAN FRANCISCO Who world lightweight boxing championship was bock in familiar surroundings today—in the possession of Jimmy Carter of New York. The. 30-year-old kingpin from Hai'Jem regained the title last night when he battered Paddy DeMarco of Brooklyn Into a mess ond submission in the 15th and final round of a bruising, savagely fought bat- tie 'in the vast Cow Palace. Brooks May Play in Blue-Gray Gome MONTGOMERY, Ala. Wl The Blue-Gray al)-ster football bntUe here Christines Day will ' ' " winners out of four, and you can't be much fairer than that. They are Ohio State vs. Michigan, Noti-2 Dame vs. Iowa, UCLA vs. USC and SMU vs. Baylor. For the sake of convenience, we have oven listed the favorites lirst. Pick the four correctly and just see what you gtt. If our feeble arithmetic is soiru>- cd seven points. They are ver; anxious to go to the Rose Bowl a true champions, not as runners-ui to ineligible UCLA. They jnigh not agree with your choice, but, who asked them? Finally, there are those mightly SMU Mustangs who cast a pall o gloom over the entire state of Ar kar.sas last week. You've got ii our lecoie arnnmeuc is some-! ",, 7," ;,.. ,7 / " where near right, your chances of g .° ^ih tho outfit hat woinpod . ... Ihn T?M-/m*hnf»ks nnrl hno nnt hnor, feontest V'il} be televised by NBC over 100 stations. A TV blackout has been arranged within a 50-mile radious of fcfontgorricry. In addition to' the TV coverage, Mutual Broadcasting Co. will bro,ad.east fee intersections! g r< d- iron battle ^yc/'^OP station? ' V, 8, f lUff* breaking the bank are little less than PO-50. You want to start with Ohio State? Okay, and a vory wiso choice it is. The Buckeyes have tromped on eight straight teams. They're really loaded and headed for the Rose Bowl. Michigt-n hna been licked twice, by Anny and Indiana, Last week, though, the Wolverines suddenly bared their fungs and bit EI 33-9 churek out ci Michigan Strte. They still are eligible for the Rose Bowl too. But don't Jet us throw you off. You'll take Notre Dame because the Irish, defeated only by Purdue in a terrific upset, are fourth in the current Associated Press poll? Right. Iowa, you no doubt have taken into sharp account, has tasted defeat three times, so Where's the argument. Well, it's I probably not worth mentioning, but those three losses the Hawkeyes Ihe Razorback.s and has not been defeated since its opener again* Georgia Tech. All Baylor has done in its last 1'our game.--- was scora 79 points to opponents' 28 -while rolling over Washington, Texas At; gies, TCU and Texas. There's nothing to it, once you've learned the . formula. Our own choices: Michigan, Iowa, Baylor and UCLA. Referee Ray Flores halted ths massacre. Oriole Trade Sends Turley to Yankees By MIl/TON RICHMAN NEW YORK, (UP) The York Yankee ,obtained Shortstop Billy Hunter and Pitchers Bob Turley and Don Larsen for seven players from the Baltimore Orioles in "the blfcest deal in baseball history" which ,. . making the first defense of the championship he captured from Jimmy in New, Yovfc put on bis W& expected to dUbS J ° mUy Ouftlelder Gene Woodling, Pitch- rs Ham- Byr<J a^4 J«n SWC Teams Prepare for Crucial Games By The Associated Press Rice and Texas shuffled their neups as all hands in the sevon4) nember Southwest Conference 'ont through drills Thursday for heir weekend battles. Injuries to end Howard Moon nd fullback Bill Long forced the huffle at Austin, Moon injured a houlder. in the tough scrimmage Coach Ed Price dished out Wedr.es- ay. Long was hurt in the win over exas Chrislian last Saturday. In Houston, the shuffle came as ice Coach Jess Neely sought an mproved offense for the Owls'f/ ame with the Christians in Fort !o\ th Saturday. He said Homer orgstedte, speedy sophomore rom Brenham, would probably ee service. Tuesday he promoted erry Hall to a fart-string berth. Neeiy said neither of the big ' sophs probably would start the TCU game but indicated they would get a lot of service. At Dallas, the Southern Methodist University Mustangs showed,,, their sharpest pass defense of the» ! season as they prepared for their crucial tilt with Baylor. Back of the Week Frank Eidom of SMU was held from all contact work because of a knee injury .suffered in last week's upset of Arkansas in' which he scored all three Pony touchdowns. And it seemed a good thing that the Ponies were perfecting their pass defenses. Baylor's Boars devoted most of the clay to passing drills. Billy Hooper and Bobby* Jones both were hitting bulls eyes all afternoon. Coach George Saner saicl Thursday's drill would be light. Texas AIM and Arkansas took it easy. The Razorbacks, who play i a non-conference lilt with Louisiana • ' State Saturday, had their lightest I work week of the season with no *. > contact work. It took less than an 'T lour. i While the first string sal.it out* 1 at Aggieland, the Texas A&M sec." T' md-strmgers and reserves scnm- «8 Ibs. PURE LARD Pail Skinless Wieners STEW MEAT 5 Lbs. Good J Bologna ^ m _ ^. Lbs. TO Lbs. Corn Meal Delicious Apples 2 5 Lb. Sack Oranges Sack 5 Lbs. Grapefrui Sack All Meat Sausage 4 1.00 Colored Oleo lexas Christian's long injured ist caused the Horned Frogs to ise very liltl e contact work as hey ran dummy drills for the Rice ussle in Houston. End Johnny. Crouch, tackles Dick Laswell, Ray Wl and Vernon Ueker, and quarterback Ronald Clinkscale ars U favoring bad ankles. ( eal which one official said would otal^ "more than 9 million dot There was a good chance that ie Orioles also will receive two more players in the deal, possibly "itchcr Bob Wiesler and Outfield. r Bob Cerv, according to reports. formal announcement o| iL - Place Your Order Now For a Fresh Dressed Turkey Corn Fed - Broad B rested Hens and Toms, Pure Or. Beef 4 1.00 Fresh Neck Bones PRY SALT Meat »*otS.,T«2n.W< Happy Ending to Story of Heartbreak By ALINE MOSBY HOLLYWOOD. (UP) Lillian Roth wroto a happy ending to a Hollywood heartbreak story today wild a successful nightclub return Ilia', fhe confused, was thr; result of a television show and a book. Lillian nine years ago wns an alcoholics Anonymous 'she started ;i pnir.tul road 1o ''ecovcry. She sang at clurs here and around the coumrv "but there was a barnor around me. T was tifraid of what people thought. ' It WMsn ? until IiaJp!i Edwards dramati/i'd her story on TV"This Is Your Lite " she said, that she wan able to start on the happier lifo tliDt brought her to t'^.c climax a star-studded opening night at Mocatnbo Nightclub last night. '•The TV. fan mnil was so full c ! f warmth ancT affection" she said 1 "Those people are all part of the ,»ood Lord who has helped me. I realized people did not stare at mo in condemnation ' I.i'.lir.M had started a book before "but I put it away because I could not look at my life objectively. I still was confused." After her TV success sho re-wrote the book because "I could look back without sorrow and self-pity at last. ' The book. 'I'll Cry Tomorrow, ' a harrowing account of her tragic life tecsme a best sc'ilor and Lillian Rolh once more is famous with club offers .rolli'.ic; every day. Susan Haywfu'd plans to portray Lillian in the movie version, iheir home in fiflioa. „ Mrs. Eraest Co* lfibtc*M Carnderi, Sunday attd was B panied home by het fflbChef, J. M. Futrell, who «"il«gf Mf. and Mrs. Geoffe ^fittlt children of Little Rock, hav*' he recent guests of Mr. aftd Mr!. Wren Scott. Jack Johhson ol Little FtOek, „„» the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johnson. TENSE MOMENT—This picture was snapped during the annual roundup of butf&lo on the gov- einmcnt-owned Fort Huachuca leserve, 85 miles south of Tucson, Ariz. At first glance all seems peaceful But actually it's a tense moment, filled with danger The buffalo have ranged unattended all yeai As a lesult, they are quite wild It's risky to* Game Warden M S, McNeil to get that close to the beasts The horse is tense, as he eyes the big bull eyeing him. In a similar situation, a few days later, this horse was badly gored and had to be destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Sain Mcttewy oi Fordyce. and Li. and Mrs. Will fid Davis of Houston, were the end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis and other relatives. PRESCOTT NEWS Glamour Girl Describes Her Tour By BOB THOMAS SA|N FRANCISCO UPlHow doe'? a glamor girl p.o out on a personal appearance tour? With six fun,, 20 pairs nf shoes and limitiess t'ab, if rhe's Debra Pacjet. These were some of the statistics I gleaned from the doll as I observed first-hand what it's like for Ho'llywoodians to me.et the public. Debra, Sheree North, Jeffey Hunter, Rita Moreno and Tommy Noonan made up the filmland contingent to the world premiere of Marlon Brando's "Desirce," which was sponsored here by the San Francisc o-Oakland newspaper Guild. Debra and her mother walked off the plane loaded down with furs and garment bags. I wondered at the .equipment a girl must take along when she exposes herself to the public glare. She was only to be gone a few days here and in Chicago. But she 'confessed • to taking along a full- length mink coat, a pink fox stole, a blue fox stole, a white fox stole, a brown mink stole and a white mink stole. She and her family bought them all, she explained, her folks having saved $5 bills until they had enough to buy the mink coat. She said she took along four bags, which included among other things three formal gowns, 12 street and cocktail dresses and 20 pairs of shoes. She's nuts about shoes, has 200 pairs at home. "I need all these clothes when I go on tour," she argued. "I usually vear 12 different outfits in one day. I need a new dress for every interview." Interviews go on all day while she's out touring to help plug her studio's pictures. 'She's up at 6 a.m. in order to be alert for her first broadcast. That's usually at 8 .She'll do £>n average °£ eight radio interviews, the same number of TV, plus i wo or three for I newspapers. P. T. A. Observe National Education Week Preceding the regular November meeting of the P. T. A. at the Prescott High School November U, at, 3 p. m., Mrs. H. H. McKen- '.ie gave an interesting report of the County Lay meeting which was held by Nevada Countians who are supporting a move for more public school funds. The theme of this meeting was Our Children Worth Educating? The following delegate members from Dist. 14 for the County Committee were elected: Mr. F. P. Sullivan, Mrs. Jess Hays, Mrs. .T. W Barham, Mr. Freeman Ligon, and Mr. H. H. McKenzie. Mrs. Frank Haltom, vice-president, conducted the P. T. A. meeting. A devotional in song was pre- Primary, Mrs. M. McLelland and Mrs. Nannie Cummings; Park, Mrs. Harold Smith and Mr. Hillman May: Jr-High, Mrs, Julia Gann and Mrs. Frank Haltom: High School, Seniors. by the president. Mrs. A, P. Jones, plans wore discussed for the Christmas luncheon to be held at the Rqdland Club Houso. A demonstration on putting in ippers was given by Miss McClen- lahan. The next (meeting will be with VIrs. Ed Clarke. A delectable .sandwich and dessert course was Served. Holiday House Planned For December 17th The Garden Council met on Club Fedebation Friday afternoon Nixon, Wife on Shopping Tour PHILADELPHIA 'JBVice president Richord M. Nixon and his wife came to Philadelphia yesterday for a bit of shopping ana some meatballs with spaghetti. Nixon turned up unexpectedly at a downtown hotel. With him were Mrs. Noxon and Maj. Gr-n. and Mrs. Wilton B. Persons. The general is deputy assistant to President Eisenhower. Over his luncheon of meatballs and spaghetti, Nixon told newsmen Gen. Persons had decided to visit the clothing establishment of an old friend, Benjamin H. Freeman The general invited Nixon, another old friend to accompany him to Philadelphia to look lor a suit Mrs. Perspns invited Mrs. Nixon a closo friend. After Iheir shopping tour and the spaghetti luncheon the party went back to Washington by train MOTHER DOES AS WELL ANSTIN, Tex., (UP) Texas Attorney General John Ben Shoppard had fiu Ihis week and couldn't take his 12-year-old son Johnny hunting —on the first day on the season. Mrs. Shepperd filled In for Johnny's aliing father. Johnny came back with two wild turkey gobblers and a four point buck deer. The American flag of 15 stripes and 28 stars which inspired the "Star Spangled BSnner" is exhibited in the Smithisonian Institution. tion campaign. Crommelin added: "I accept fu'l iesp"nsinJlily " 'I talked with him' lie coniin^ ue4 snd I thought understood tlje «h.aiac$er of the operation " »lfcB,wrt &&A£ V?i v . scnted by Mrs. Harris Langley's Sextette composed of Mary Buchanan. Betty Wilson, Shirley Anderson, Alma Lois Ferrell, Betty Erskine. Margaret L. Phillips, and enevieve King. Accompanied by Mrs. Bobby Whitmarsh they sang. "Who Will Our Pilot Be?," 'Have Thine Own Way Lord," 'Heart Divine" (prayer). Mr. Harold Smith gave a most inspiring talk on "Teamwork for Better Schools." Minutes of the last meeting and the Executive meeting ware read hy Mrs. J. T. Worthington. • The January meeting will be Fathers Night with a pot luck supper. Mrs. O. W. Watkins gave the Treasurer's report and the report of the Budget Committee which was accepted as presented. Mrs. Jack Harrell read the State President's message. Mrs. P. A. Escarre reported that over 90 first grade pupils were examined at the Fall Check-up at Primary School November 10. Mrs Wayne Eley announced that on October 28 room mothers substituted for teachers while they attended a meeting with a Reading Consultant. Mrs. McKenzie gave a report on the District Conference held in October and thanked all who helped make it a success. Mr. Harold Smith announced that Wolf Trails are now on sale. Mrs. Floyd Hubbard invited parents and friends to the Primary School Visitation November 12. There will be a Study Course November 18, at 2:30 p. m. at the Home Economics building and Mrs. Vernon Buchanan urged mothers to attend. Winners in the rooms count were '^ | in the home of Mrs. Ellis Stewart Lovely arrangements of mums decorated the rooms, The president, Mrs. N. N. Daniel, presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Roy Duke, and approved. Mrs. Daniel appointed an advisory committee composed of Mrs. D. L. Moseley, Mrs. A. R. Underwood, Mrs. Jessie Porter and Mrs. George Cashman, to assist Judge Mitchell with the landscaping of the court house lawn. It was agreed to have Holiday House on December 17th. The homes, to be announced later, will be open from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. and 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. The theme will be "Christmas in the Home." Cake and coffee were served by the hostess. Mrs. J. C. Buford Hostess To •'..... Center H. D. Club • The November meeting of the Center Home Demonstration Club was held on Friday afternoon-in the home.'of Mrs. J. C. Buford with seven members and. Miss Loretta McClennahan present. Mrs. Buford ' gave the devotional. During the business conducted Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache •'Nagging backache, loss of pep andenergy, headaches and dizziness may be due to slow-, down of kidney function. Doctors say good kidney function is very important to good health. When some everyday condition, such as stress and strain, causes this important function to slow down.many folks sufternag- eing backache—feel miserable. Minor.blad- der Irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause gettingupnightsorfrequentpassages. Don't neglect your kidneys if these.condi- tions bother you. Try Dean's Pilla-a 'mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions f^r over 60 years. It's amazing how many times Doan's give happy relief from these discpm- forts-helpthel6mllesof kidney tubes and filters flush out waste. Get Dean's Pills todayl SCOTT'S WEEK END SPECIALS Men's Flannel SHIRTS Sanforized for permanent fit. Small, medium and large. Corduroy CRAWLERS These are in assorted Colors and sizes 8 to 12. 1.47 Cotton Training PANTS These have reinforced crotch. Sizes 2 to 6. 15c Ladies All Wool SWEATERS Pull over styles. Made to sell for $3.98. While quantity lasts. 1 .77 Mittens and Wool Gloves Ladies and, childrens. Large selection to choose from priced from 17c to 1. Sixe 72x84 BLANKETS Ravon and nylon blankets in red, blue, green, and maize. A BUTLER BROTHECIS i, Y O ti t Mrs. Robert Maxwell was the Sunday guest of her mother, Mrs. W. O. Hays. Mrs. W: D. Golden and Miss Si mone Golden were Saturday vis itors in Little Rock. Mrs. J. J.' Battle and Miss Mat tie Royston were the guests of Mr and Mrs. R. P. Hamby on Sun day enroute from Hot Springs to St., the- Slid Mr. find Mrs, John Vittitow and children of Lewlsvllle, visited her rtother, Mrs Alta Qrantt, over the weekend. Miss Jackie McMahen has re-< tuined to Little Rock, after a vi' sit with her mother, Mrs. Chiistine MeMahen. (ik >* ^ the rock Vtfflg three 1 t* d Mls<! Loyce Stewart of Little Rock, has been the guest of mother, Mrs. Bob Stewart. her ABLE SENAtO WASHINGTON, Homer Hod fl^yay terday, He waS 36* Used! leagues ' "able tept referrlhg " iible senator Vuel Chamberlain spent the weekend in Grand Prairie, Texas, with his daughter, Mis. Dick Jdhn- son, and family and was accompnn- nied home by Mrs. Chamberiaih (< who has spent the past week there.' Mrs in day R P. Hamby was a Sat visitor m Little Rock. < Mrs J. A. Cole and her brother, Mr Mtnto McGill, of Chide^t attended the Homecoming activities at 1 the University of Arkansas during the weekend. Charles McKelvey of Little was the Saturday guest of Mi', auo Mrs, J. M. 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