Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 23, 1954 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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vJ^ f^pfgH/r 5 ".*'''';' r . f -'"^ ' Trc*™^ f * . r gSP^r v ^ HOPE STAR, H 0 PI,, A R K A N S A S /1$.f4 :GIAL DISPLAY " y Day T6 Fit •Wordlowi lr$*teet Tailor Shop CLASSIFIED • Ads Must fie In Office bay Before Publication WANT AD RATES 4 ttrof* AiJl flr» Boydtt* M but eds will be acc*pt*a "tf» telethon* and oecomodo* tlort bee&unti allowed with ft* Ufg derstondlriB «h« account Is poyabtt whBH statemeftt » —' Jp to 16 to U to !6 t« II H ». tw (1 to _ LDOZERWORK CleaHfig--Dlrt_Movlno Call 7-3794 ,_ ER DUCK DECOYS the , opens and slave. i 01 ATP STORE &4.JJ " V. - _ - 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 SO On* ThNM Defy Day* .48 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 .60 ,75 .90 t.OS 1.20 1.35 1.50 * MoSS 4.60 6.00 7JJO 1 — 2.00 2.SO 3.00 .3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 9.00 ATTRESSES C*. MrtHMtryrt j; Phoni)7-821i ^WESTERN SHARES efslf fed Income Fund ectuv.available,from - « ? >»«»« 7-238 t - •*< •* Co. ce'£,upplies* j '»W Front St. ND USED,GLASS NSTAtLED PARTS, POP) PORTER ',»^v,.*, V. , *_-(, J ' , Operator. "— ' Hy 67 v let« Part* and ollond Balers frj Tractor Co. / Ark. * 1140-R . « Control Co, 4DED-INSURED MRANTIED Frit litipection C«ll JDUEBROOKS Jr, Night fhon. FOR YOUR CLASSIPIED DISPLAY 1 t-'m« ,.,u..*.»* 75c per Inch 3 timM i«" «•*»••••••••»•»•»•• oOc pftf Inch 6 times ;.'..!.„.. 50e per inch Rates quoted obova ore for con* iect^lve insertions. Irreoulor or skip* date ods will take the one-day rat*. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted .until 5 p. m. for publication.the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of on* or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone "numbers count as one word, Th* Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention ofter FIRST Insertleh '6f ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 and Iniief- »pfln| W6HJ. C6bb MattfeiS do. 816 South -Washington. Phone Mar. 4-if RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOR Water well service, any 'size or depth, see or write O. T. Clarfc/Cdle,-Ark. 19-11 Buiirtess Opportunity SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope business. Permanent job. Requirements: Male, in 20"s, with military service "behind him, high school graduate or better. Tell about yourself in letter in own handwriting. Write: Opportunity X, P. O. Box 98, Hope, Ark. 27-tf Notice ~~ HapeStar Star 6» Hope 1199; Press 1927 GontollddteH 'January II, 1929 Published every \veekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Waihburn, Seey-Trt* • at'The Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkoluai Alex. H. Waihburn, Editor & Publliber Paul H. Jonei, 'Managing Editor J«l M. Dayii, AdverHsIng Manogei George W. Hotmer, Mech. Supt. MAC'S Restaurant serving the traditional Thanksgiving dinner frorri 4-p, m. to 11 p. m. 'Give Mother a treat. Bring the family and your guest out to cat. Mr. and Mrs. Mac. 23-2t UP Poll Group Rates Arkansas as 9th Team By NORMAN MILLER NEW YORK (UP) — UCLA having completed 1he first perfect-record season in its football history topped the United Press ratings today for the fifth straight week and now awaits. next weekend's wrapup games for approval as 1954 national champion .•'•-,• After finishing theJr season with a resoundi ng 34-0 victory oyer Southern California to clinch the Pacific Coast conference title for 1he srecorid year in a row the Btuins were chosen No 1 by 22 coaches on the 35-man United Press rating board That gave Coach Henry (Red) Sandors* men a 28-point margin over Ohio State and 43 over Oklahoma both 'Of whjch have been dogging UCLA in the ratings • for the past four weeks Ohio State Wanted GOOD team ^wagon on steel or ' wooden wheels. H. M. .Dunlap, Route 2, Hope. 23-3t which wound up an unbeaten and .intled seasdri and won a bid to the Rose Bowl was the fiist-place choice of eiijht coaches While Oklahoma with a 9-0 record and one game left to play was the top pick of four Notre barhe which ictaincd fourth place nttracttd- -the only other first-place vote in this week's ratings ; The coaches will Vote .on the inal 1954 ratings after next Sat- urday's' games which .involve seven teams among this wcnk's top 10 • UCLA swept through its nine- game 1954 schedule With a scoring average of nearly 41 points per game- Despite- its impressive rec ord' however the Bruins are ineligible for the Rose Bowl because they played last year The Rose Bowl berth' went to Southern California v/;ii ch dropped from rixth to 13th in the ratings after being trimmed by UCLA Army which meets Navy in the annual classic at Philadelphia Saturday ranked fifth once again keeping the order of the lop five teams exactly the same as last week Navy Mississippi each moved up one notch, to .-sixth and seventh respectively folk wed in order by Wisconsin Arkansas and Miami (Fla) Wisconsin and Miami -wore the week's newcomers among the top 30, both returning after an absence of a few weeks. Both jidvanctd five places from the previous week. Arkansas moved up one place, even though it was upset 7-6 by Louisiana State '.ast. Saturday. Southern Methodist, like Southern California, .dropped out of tho big 10. With points distributed on a 10- g.8-7-rt-5-4-3-2-l scale fof votes from first to 10th place, hree is how the top 10 lined up; UCLA 332, Ohio State 304, Oklahoma 3P9, Notre Dame 326. Army U!6. Navy 13!5, Mississippi 109. Wisconsin t!2, Arkansas 45 and Miami 40., Baylor headed the second 10 teams, followed in order by Mich igan. Southern California. Mary land. Penn State, Duke and Southern Methodist. Rice and West Virginia were tied for Kith, and Georgia Tech and Wichita were tied for 20lh. Denver. USU, Auburn. Texas Tech and Virginia Tech _were other teams that received points in this week's voting. The leading teams v/ith first- place votes and won-lost records in parentheses: 1. UCLA (22- (9-0) 332 !i 2. Ohio State (8) 9-0) 304 3. Oklahoma (4) 9-0) 289 4. Notre Dame 1 7-1) 238 ' 5. Army 7-1) 1HB 6. Navy ti-2) 7. Mississippi 9-1) 109 8. Wisconsin 7-2) 32 . 9. Arkansas 7-3) 45 10. Miami Fla.) 7-1) 40 Second 10 'teams 1. Baylor, 33; 13. Michigan, 33; 13. Southern California, 20; 14. Maryland, 16; Hope, Nashville End Season on Thursday Hope journeys to Nashville Thursday afternoon for a 2:30 game thai pairs a couple of ancient rivals in a contest where the dope has very little to say. Dating back to 1928 the teams have met 26 times. Hope has a one game edge with 13 victories to 12 for the Scrappers and one game ended in a tie. Nashville was the winner in the first 10 years of the series, but Hope evened it up in the 1930s and in the early 1940s Nashville again dominated play winning four straight. However, in the last ten years Hope holds the edge taking seven 6E the ten'games. Last year the Bobcats took a 21 to 12 decision.- In the series the Scrappers have scored 338 points to 364 for This year the teams rate abbut even with perhaps Nashville's upset o? Fairview last weekend Jiving the Scrappers a little edge. The Scrappers have won 10 games thw^ f fall, losing only to DeQueen. They'* have; bealen Idabel, Oermott, Malvern, Stamps, Hot Springs, Prescott. Merta, Ashdown, Gurdoh, Fairview. „ . . Comparative scores: Hope too* Stamps two touchdowns while Nashville beat them-26 to 0; OeQueeft i easily downed Nashville 32 to 6, while having a tough time beating Hope 13 to 8; both teams rah all over hapless Prescott and Gurdofi. Fairview edged Hope by ah fexlrtkjf' ! point while the Scrappers teal , them 13 to 6. Hope's record which Includes a little slitter opposition than Nashville has met, fs not at all impressive. The Bobcats have won four tied one and lost six. I Thursday's game could be a good I one if the high and low Bobcats are on one of their "high" days. Despite 10 victories.Nashville's season is not successful unless the? .»> beat the Bobcats. tliesJay, NdVfcfttfeef S3, 1954 3LONB1! N 2. A YOUNS FELU5VV LIKE HOW ABOUT b)> vou SHOULD CETtiNe rr 4 LEARN TO STAND STARTED fX" ^VS ON HIS OWN ^ OMTHAT '-**' • , V.--.t-'VT ^ p^ ^A$sV^M$ ^-{>:.:^fe!ifi .5 <x Ts —*-— 1/r—^—sir ii V> f^_/a *Sf*&< <*L^^m Songstress ACROSS 9 Naval air 1 Songstress. station (ab -> 15. Penn State, '15; 16. Duke .14; :7. Southern -Methodist. 12; IS. tie, Rice and West Virginia. 9 each; 20. tie) Georgia Tech and Wichita, 6 each. Others Denver. 5; Louisiana State 4; Auburn. 2; Texas Tech and Virginia Tech, 1 each. Monica 10 Clutch iviunica • "•••-' ,. ;-, , ,, .. 7 She Is a radio 11 Royal Italian ARRESTED At GAME MIAMI (UP) Detectives had no trouble catching the -alleged thief who stole $428 and two football tickets to the Miami-Alabama game. They found the suspect, Eugene Moore, 31, at the game. family name 12 Bamboolike grass 19 Altitude (ab.) Entered 01 second clan matter «t Hi*. Post Office at Hope, Arkaniat, under the Act of March 3, 1197. Member of the Audit Bureau ef Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In ad- 1 Vance): BY carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— *>*r waek .25 P*r year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LoFayette, Howard, and Miller counties— " i On* month •••— - 85 Three months - 1.60 llx months .4 2.60 On* year - 4.50 ' All 'other mall— , On* month 1.10 Three months 3.25 llx months ....^ ..." 6-50 On* ,y*ar 13.00 * Nafl Advertising Rtpreitntat'.voi: Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas,- 360 N. Michigan Aye., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. ,42d St., Now York 17, ri Y.; 1763, P*nobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.;' Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, .. Member ef The Associated Press! The* Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND'*"HAZEL.. . . 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 Layaway Open on TRIKES - BIKES - DOLLS and Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. .WALLPAPER, lOc a. single roll and up, BUI Wray Supply Co., 510 S. Walnut, Phone 7-2348. 20-3t BLACJC and white setter, t months old. Partly trained. Billy Joe Butler, Phone 7-4926. 23-31 J953 CHEVROLET, Vj ton pick-up Excellent condition, Will sell or trade for late model light car Phone 7-5551. . 23-6t For Rent FOUR room furnished apartment. jElectric refrigerator, Garage. No .children. Mrs, Ann a Judson, 220 N. Elm. 10-tf HMV truck, f If G «!£ FURNISHED apartment. 4 rooms and bath, $35. ^ block from City Hall. Adults only. Phone 7-2153. 32-U Found 250 Tfc. CJALF found in my pasture. J. W.. Reyengo, Emmet. 20-3t Lost WHEEL and tire, 700 X 17, between Hope and Shover Springs. Write Pox 61. Route 2. Hope, Ark. ?2-3t to Buy PINE timber land, Price reasm- pble. B, J. Barton, . Nashville, Ark. 33-3 pay cash for one or two m&- reed organ. Write details to A, Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 33-61 Sqlesmqn Wonted YOVB PLAN? lor 19- A £PQd Ravflelgh Business is line weU est?i» felisfted mate*s gop4 profits. Oj>« |«l South *M* fc^- ; '--"^ Discover the thrill of The Totally New '55 FORD! 1 ,. -- W^r . • ' • ..." Longer, Lower; Roomier more Powerful than ever See totally hew styling inspired by the Ford THUNDERBIRD There's never been a car like the Thunderbird! 'And, quite naturally, the fabulous Thunderbird styling is reflected in all the totally new Fords for '55. From the wide, smartly-contoured grille and visored headlamps to the fin-shaped rear fender line, the '55 Ford is the smartest, most distinctive new car you can buy. Try totally new power EXCLUSIVE TRIGGER-TORQUE PERFORMANCE FROM 3 MIGHTY ENGINES Your first look tells you Ford is longer, lower ... the body totally new. But, what you can't appreciate at a glance is Ford's totally new chassis . . . totally new poiver , . . that make driving any''55 Ford excitingly new. As you slip behind the wheel you discover the thrill of Ford's totally new wrap-around windshield with over a square foot of added "look-out" area. home" in Ford's new . tastefully upholstered Your first test run will convince you that this is no ordinary car. You move out swiftly and oh, so quietly ... with all the power you'll ever need for safe passing and smooth, easy hill-climbing. And you can enjoy exclusive new Trigger-Torque performance in any one of Ford's 1955 models, whether" V-8 or Six'. You can choose from 3 mighty engines: the new 162-h,p. Y-block V-8 with higher compression and greater displacement; ' the new 182-h.p. Y-block Special V-8 with an extra-high compression ratio and 4-barrel carburetion (available with Fordomatic in Fairlane and Station Wagon models); or the new 120-h.p. I-block Six; the industry's most modern six ( You feel completely "at sofa-wide, sofa-soft seats . . in fabrics fresh and new. And then you discover perhaps the greatest thrill of all ! You turn the key . . . you nudge the accelerator -. . . and instantly Ford's totally new Trigger-Torque power surges into action. It's the kind of smooth, responsive power that only the world's greatest builder of V-8's could bring you . . . and it's yours in any of Ford's 3 mighty engines for '55, You'll discover the thrill of Ford's totally new ride almost' instantly, too. Even the smoothest roads seem smoother with Ford's new Angle-Poised Ball- Joint Suspension, Enjoy all these thrills and many more when you take your personal Test Drive in the '55 Ford. Your Ford Dealer invites you today. Choose from 4 new lines...16 body styles FAIRLANE series .irlftne Victoria, shown at the top of this advertisement:, features a completely new and ultra-srnarfc body line and decorative £r im com^ bination. Inside,' you'll discover rich new upholstery fabrics neyer before offered iu a car, New CUSTOMUNE series The (Jistinguished Customline series offers smart new models like the Tudor (shown here). As in all '55 Fords, you get a full wrap-around windshield, a beautiful new Astra-Dial Control Panel and more passepgey $nd luggage space that) ever before, New STATION WAS9N "wlfl Ford offers fiv* distinctive new double-duty 8tjrtio.iv wftgcMjsrthe 2-do9r, 6-passenger R^nch Wftgpn wd Custom 'Ranch Wsgon; trated); the 4-door, a'paa^pge|i ^pu^tiiy Sedan and Country Squire, '- ••••••, WH" "(HP *^B1^^ ^^w ^s^^^B^kw New MAINLINE series You choose from three beautiful new body'styles, including'the Fordor (above). They all have Ford's new Trigger-Torque performance and new Angle-Poised Ride. And you may choose Fordomatic, Overdrive or Conventional. PLUS ALL THESE OTHER BRAND-NEW "WORTH MORE" FEATURES jf New tubelets Tirei offer extra puncture and blowout protection, a softer, quieter ride, longer tire life. * New Dgql Exhautt System on V-8 engine; in Fair-lain* and Station Wggon rnqdels. reduces exhaust back pressure for more responsive power. if New Tprqvt-Toilorerf R« ar Axles give you just the right over-all drive ratio for brilliant Trigger-Torque performance. •k New Speed-Trigger Fordomatic Drive has an automatic low gear for extra-fast starts and quicker, safer passing ability at low speeds. if New Turbo-Action Spark Plugs resist fouling, maintain operating efficiency up to 3 times as long, •A- New 10% Larger Brakes mean smoother slopping and up to 50% longer brake lining life. '55 FORD AUTO CO. 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