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HdPI STAft, H©*f y ARKANSAS LIAFPUA^CCS " . fi KINS , BAR-B-Q fcfrftltif Httttfef Stot-e* CLASSIFIED ' Ads Must Me hi Office Day Before Publication AL DISPLAY ' MeW for ttlfet; Ward laws Shop 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 JULLDOZER WORK . — Dirt Moving Digging.' Call if DUCKETT ft''6th 8t, Phone 7-3794 SAVE $6.00 JBER DUCK DECOYS ,NOW"$14.95 'before the •eaBort opens-and save. ^WESTERN AUTO .ASSOCIATE STORE . -WANT At) RAT6S , A« WaA* Ad* an (ioydWi to wmtt i W «>d» *nl M et«g«d cvtf ftt« telethon* and occomods- «e« b^Kint. allowed with th* urt- d*rttand!ng th» account I* payable "Wrttff •WteWWt li r«nder«d. Mu»b«f On* Thr*» .Six On* WofA Day Day* Day* Month JD td- tfl ' .<3 .90 1.50 16 to 20 .«0 1.20 2.00 li M ZS >5 1.50 2.50 !6 tfl 30 .90 1.80 3.00 M M 33 1.0S 2,10 , ,3.50 36 to 40 1.20' 2.40 * 4.00 (1 M 45 1.33- 2.70 4.50 (6, to 50 1.50 3.00 5.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 t;me 75c per Inch 3 times «0c per nch 6 times •••••-• 50c per Inch Rates quoted obovo ore tor con- iecutlve insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rota. All doily 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 re|ect any : objectionable advertising submitted Initial* of one or more letter*; groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word, The Hope Star Will not be respon- slble for errors in Want- Ads unles* error* are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then f6r ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Services Offered MATfftES9 renovation and Sitting Wotk. Cobb Mattrew Co. 816 , South, Washlngtoa. Phone . Mat* 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361, 10-1 Mo. FOR -water well service, any size or depth;, see or Clark, Cale, Ark. write O. T. 19-tf Wanted GOOD .team wagon on steel or woodcti wheels. Route 2, Hope. H. M. Dtinlap, 23-31 Plenty Sports for Fans on Turkey Day By The Associated Press Generous portions of college and! professional sports will be available tomorrbw for Thanksgiving Day. fans, who plan to take time out from their turkey. .Traditional football games dot the college football map, headed by the 61st meeting between Cornell and Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. Two football television attractions are scheduled. Missouri arid Maryland meet nt College Park', Md. ABC will telecast at 1:53 . p. m. EST, | At Detroit, the.Lions hope to ad vancc another notch toward a third Andrews Seeking Tw0FightTiH.it. CtttCAGO (tft>) Paul Andrews, a 21-year-old er.-pnratroop- cr, takcs : aim for two boxing.cham ; pionships tonight against a solid trial horse, ex4igtrt heavyweight champion Jey Maxim., in a .television brawl from the Chicago Sta- jium. Oddsmakers listed . the scrap 83 a 0 to 5 pick-it, and should Andrews come out with a decisive win, he could go after either Archie Moore's 75 pound crown, or Walt.a bit and .try for heavyweight Rocky Marciano. MATTRESSES.' • H or Made Into Innertyrlnf Work Guaranteed , Day ServlM. '•-*DAVIS i* & Maftreti.C*. ; Elm Street Phone 7-I21I ^WESTERN SHARES iversified Income Fund i available from Hope Star The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 _ 'Ofbrlrra Item* to M IBB Turner at Hicks Funeral Home Brooks Named All-American by UP Ballots Club. Guests Star of Hop* 1899; Pretl If27 Ooniolldated January 18, 192f published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Atox. H. Wathburn, Secy-Tret. at The Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Strati Hope, Arkantai • Alex. H. Waihburn, Editor & P^ublUlrtr Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor Jen M. Dayl», Advertising Manager George W. Hasmor, Moch. Supt. M.S. BATES Highway 67 Wert >ED FURNITURE CO. 'OfClty LlmltiWeit " "" ' ' Sal. Entered as second closi matter <rt Ihe Post Office at. Hope, Arkansai, under the Act of March 3, .1897. Member of the Audit Bureau el Circulations MINTING CO. lifts Service W AND USED GLASS Cti INSTALLED iyi AND USED PARTS cars, see us before you buy. * • ' i(TOP) PORTER (Sl«* _ ^ ' •Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring towns—Per week • 25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LoFoyette, .Howard, and Miller coun-_ ties— * • ' .^ One month B5 Three month 1.60 Six month - 2.60 One year ».- *.5o All other mall 1 — ;'... . .Or)e month J-'g Three; months -?•„„ fix months •••• 6 -5S 'One year ..13.00 Nafl Advertlilnn Representotivet: 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. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.;..1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; •Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla.' Member -of The Asioelafed Press: The Associated Press Is entitled ex- ,' eluslvoly to the use for republicatlon of all the local news printed in this newspaper, a» well as all AP news dispatches. •'.' : 4-H Achievement Banquet The Hempstead County 4-H Club Achievement Banquet was held last week in the Yerger High School Lunchroom Hope, sponsored by" the .Retail Merchants' Association of Hope. Cooperating also was Meyers Bakery of Hope. The theme for the occasion was "Serving As A, Loyal Citizen Through 4-H Club Work." , . Alvin Wilson, Blevins-Iron Springs Club and.vice president , of the County. 4-H Council, presided. Alvin had just returned from the State 4-H Congress held at Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Ark ' The lunchroom was beautifully decorated in the National 4-H Club colors of green and white. Tables were arranged in the shape of a large "H," covered with white, and one strip of green through the center of each..There was a side table covered with white- and the letter "4" outlined making "4-H", The piano was.decorated with white stands on either side and white flowers and containers and green foliage in each stand and an arrangement on top of the piano. Place cards were of white four Springs Club, Sonja Malone, Idle Mae Smith. Sandra Malone, Doris M. Greathouse, Irene Mefcer and Elalean Williams of Douglas 4-H ,.„„„ were presented which included Mrs. 'Imogene Scott, Negro H. D. Agent, Miller .County, Mrs. Lena Eddington, Mr. L. L. Phillips. Mrs Bernice Boykins/ Rev and Mrs. E. -L. Holmes, Mr, and Mrs. -Will V. Rutherford, Mr*. Neva Carmicheal, Miss ESt611e Mitchell, Mr.' and Mrs. M. Greathouse and local leaders By LJEO T'ETEfiSEN NEW YORK (UP) I The Midi Arkansas, Hope, Little Rock Get Victory Nod By RAY STet>H§NS LITTLE ROCK (fP) — Arkansas ancient footbaU rivalries vesumo Thanksgiving Day, with many an unsuccessful team looking to polish up its tarnished reputation by whipping a traditional foe. \Vith that thought carefully tucked far back in our minds we'll still stick with 'the fovoritcs for the holiday weekend farfare. Even our best selection perccntago of the year 813 on 22 right six wr ° n g and a tio last week I isn't Fights Lost Night By The Associated PrSss Miami Beach, Fin. Willie Pastrano 166, New Orleans, outpoint- ed Bobby Dykes. 161" 2 . Mitmi. 10. Denver Ernest (Red) Martinez 119, Denver, outpointed Teddy Roberts. 118, St. Louis, 20. Boston George Araujo. lab^, •Provic'ence, R. I., outpointed Tommy Tibbs. 132V4, Boston. 10. Traditional Games Feature State Play By TOM DYGARD . . Of The Associated Phrss- Tradition a- powerful force in wr ° n .g foo YbTli T v'ielcis'its heav iest- stick enou»n row when Arto tempt us into pickina an j cf (he spason tomorrow when Ar west and ' the Southwest, anding our players each, dominate the 955 United Press All'America foot- .1OUU wiincu i icaa ^.IA .nuid iv.u AWI>- <=• • . • * AT it *.* ball team selected today'by the | among the major football pow- balots of sports Writers and ! .ers, are in for another rough Sat- Green and white cups &hd- plates and white-napkins weite used in the service of the following me- The University of Houston was hard hit by illness to its team last week and even harder hit by Texas" Tech We think the Cou- gers, ranidly falling from grace broadcasters" from' evel-y section of he country. The other three positions went to one player -each • frohi 'the East South and Pacific Coast. This ev- urday this week. kansas high school teams collide with bitter next door rivals in Thanksgiving Day games For the most part, tradition is the only thing at stake. The Big Seven championship, will hang in lh<? bslarce when North Little Rock's Wildcnis visit Little Rock, but for the four Class AA crowns , hkfemfcef 24, HS^ Bobcats Lose Cage Coach Thompson Bryon Thompson, Hope BobcW- baskctball coach, has. resigned effective January 1, to accept a t position with the Ideal Cement \ Company of Okay, Arkansas. ' j School officials expressed "deejJT j regret" over the loss of Coach Thompson. There were nb immed- late plans fof a successor. In parting Coach Thompson said he felt ttwit h* couldn't turn down the opportunity offered by the C<»' ment.firm and Simply had to lo^ into the future. "I have been very happy m Hopa and my relations with school ofi flcials have been extremely good, I feel like it's a business opportunity which I can't afford to turn down and that's the only reason I'm leavina." he said. Thompson's Basketball team last year went to the state semifinals at Jonesboro and was one Pi the Wednesday, Novemlrec"24,195'4 MOtl STAR, Hi SLONDIfe •f Clitefc DASWOOD, WAKE UP/ 1 HEAR A BU36LAR IN THE KITCHEN/ J DAewodc>, 1^ ( At?E YOU ALL V. > F?i6Ht?—I DIDN'T ) ' REALIZE YOU ' < WERE SO Bf?AVE I DIDN'T REALIZE I WAS SO HUMSRV OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Wllllami Cotton Bowl bound Arkansas has a ] reac ) y v, av e been wrapped up. lost two in a row now and dropped: ' to '10th among the nation's teams j wi'th names written Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME 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. e Parts and Holland Balers Tractors pr V/rlU K|fTrpctor Co, ; dynolio, Ark, , ?82, 689, A 1.140-R For Sale Layaway Open on TRIKE5- BIKES- DQLLS and Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. EUVCK and white setter. 1 months old. Partly trained. Billy Joe Butler, Phone 7-4826. 23-3t leal clovers in areen. Opening exercises were conducted by Mrs. E. L. Holmes of the Douglas 4-H Club. Invocation was given by Rev. E. L. Holmes. The welcome was given by Mrs. Edna Conway, Hope well Club and the response.by Douglas.4-H Club alter which a musical number by Hopewell 4-H Club. . :'' "My Experience at State 4-H Congress" was given by Alvin Wilson. Dorothy J. Muldrow. Douglas 4-H Club, told of her 4-H Club work. Dorothy was' highly complimented on her work by the State Negro 4-H Club Agent. Next was a selection by Douglas 4-H Club and in troduction of speaker. The main address 'was given by Mrs. Lena Eddington, Negro H. D. Agent, Lit tie Rock, Arkansas This was an in spiring address. A selection wa rendered by the Blevins-Iron Sp fines Club. Mrs. Pearline Cheal ham, Mars Hill, president of th County 4-H Leaders Council, the ntroduced Mrs. Bernice Boykins Miller County, second Vice pres dent of the State 4-H Leaders Coun cil, who gave ^ talk on 4-H Leader ship and the part leaders play i 4-H Club Work. After the talks each speaker Was presented wit a corsage of white and green b Mrs. Pearline Cheatham, on beha of the County 4-H Leaders Counci State and county winners wei introduced and presentation of wards were made by Mr. L. nu. - - - . Tomatpe Juice Cocktail,. Baked Chicken'and Dressing, Giblet gr&- vy,- Cranberry Sauce, B.uttered peas, Creamed Potatoes, •'• Green and White Salad; Hof Rolls, Ha Cocoa (with ' marshmallows) •" 4-H Cake, Vanilla Ice Cream, .^ The local agents, Mrs."JFairilla S. Smith, Ass't. H. D. Agent • lo? Negro Work, and Walker Fleming, Jr, Assistant, County Agent'for Negro Work, wish to express their appreciation to all who made this occasion possible. •Pictures were- made and the-banquet was ended with the 4-H Creed, led by Alvin Wilson,' vice president of. the County 4-H Council. .Club. Council The Hempstead County? Negro H: D. Council met last week in the Hicks Funeral Home with,the president, Mrs. Arietta Scott'presid- ing and the song leader, Mrs. Dodie Colbert, conducting ? tKe . opening exercises. Prayer was by M£s. Rhoda Jones. Minutes of the last meeting were re-ad and received. A check on club attendance; for the year was made. Reports were iads on handicraft articles made OUUIfll «11« J. «aV«U.*Vr ^.vwuv. *...— —- - t cry section o£ Iho country is rcprcd ehcu»h to -TIVC Houston a souri.l sented on the-.! mythical eleven **«™<-' w n 'ii tni™ Arkansas .8-7. Chosen as the land's funest college players at their position where •Ends .Max. Boydstonn Oklaho- mtin and Don Hcl'.edcr. Army. Tackles Jack Ellenan UCLA and.Sid Fournet i Louisiana State Guards. Calvin Jones, Iowa and Bud' Brooks, Arkansas. Center Kurt Burris Oklaho- Little Rock defeats Lit- R OC ] C the dig Seven title will but we still think they've got j 1;e thrown into a three-way lie with North Little Reck, Little Rock and El Dorado all holding 5-1 confer- Backs — Ralph Gugliemin tre Dame;. Howard Cassndy. No- Ohio U C u/ciinw, >•-«-•.— — _ .. State; Dick Moegle Rice, and AJan Amechen Wisconsin. , T „ AH are" seniors except Jones, Helleder and Cassndy. and they are juniors • None however was on the United Press All-America team. Of that eleven cnly twD played this-season .c-snter Lairy Morris of Georgia Tech and back j C Caroline o'f Illinois. Morris won the second team center berth Ibis War while Caroline finishe-l amonc the honorable mentions wit.i only 138 points; •• The -308 spert.s writers and broadcasters who voted this year_ repre- uuaivA.3 Y».." T.--- • .._.. +r« son. wu 11 Ldi\i; sented the largest mimber cvci to «nrH^iriato ill 1he All-America bal- f drubbing We'll take Arkansas 8-7. There's little left to settle in the ence'records. Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference except matters of prestige, 'but ^^ _ _ the AIC . is a conference that Ue Rock lf; . 7 thinks hiphly- of prestige. North Little Arkansas Tech, basking in the light " of -an 8-1 season, has finished its football competition with the AIC title in its pocket. However, second place M ftakc and Southern State and Arkansas A&M will settle that issue at Mohticello Thursday. A&M is hard to beat at home Tech will verify this but we. think Southern has the materalto do a good liob on the Boll Weevils. We'll take Southern 14-7. Hendrix and Ouachita open the skirmishing Wednesday night. Two weeks ago this one would have been a toss-up, but Otiachita-s late surge .makes the Baptist odds-on favorites. It's inconceivable that a team that tool: the measure of Southern and A&M can't do. anything it plesses with Hendrix, which hasn'-t won a game all season. We'll take Ouachita, and you Little Rock teat El Dorado 21-7 and El Dorado defeated North Lit- Rock's only other loss was to Blytheville, a team.thai lost only to Mobile, Ala. Little:Roc', has not tost tc an Arkansas tcarh but fell three times before put o state teams. Another Big Seven game pit: \vinless Hot Springs against tlv Zebras at Pine Bluff. Bpth team are far out of reach o£ the cham pionship. Hot Springs has lost eigh rnd tied one, with five straight Bi Seven losses, .and Pine Bluff ha Ihe The other AIC games pit Hen- participate in Ihe All _,,av,tl '*ne oiner *\i>~ SHIHUS v^ n--"- Ibting, and the player who caught derson state against Arkansas Iheir fancy the most w«a S Wisconj statc Tcache] , s at Arkadc i phla on rin's crashing fullback, led the 1953 CHEVROLET, % ton pick-up Will sell or ica iuc i~».» „„ dut .of a..pr.snble total ot 33813. He was'chosen for either a first 01 second .team berth on all taut 35 of ™tvi2'7->3 Thursday. This one should be easy "Will* ft, (• O T T«., J „,.„«.« +rt n-?»l \\it ^\ 1r»Q Ct utstanding teams in Arkansas.^ i-ior to coming: to Hope he coact.* d at Saratoga where all of his cams were outstanding. The Simplon tunnel between taly and Switzerland is rated as he world's longest el. railway tun-, at Pocahontas Corning at Piggott C3A), Harrisburs at TrumaD'j 3A- Marked Tree at OsccoJX Parkin at EarJe (OB), Mansfield Greenwood (4A), Hartford at W.aldron. Danville at Dar dandle (4B) • Fuller at BryEnt, Jacksonville' ot Cabot faA), England at Carlisle, (Stuttgart at Bnnkley (GA) Gillette .at DcWitt, Marianna ot Helena'(CA), Barton at Marvell (OB), Holly'Grove' at Clarendon (6B, Ashdown" at Foreman, Stpr City-at-Dumas (8A), McGehee at Detroit. $'- t 1 Answer to Previous Puzzle Guys and Dolls ACROSS POWN Harry 2 Migratory 4 Meg, Jo, •- worker and Amy 3 Figures of 8 David speech Copperfield 4 Obscure _ and 5 Famous 12 and English school | Mamie 6 Wrestle w R p O R m E S tn -t = 0 0 U R B T « A V 0 V A A f & — R E T '///, A R B 5 N R If E H ^ ^ 1 R N S t>i E S A R HH S A A U 1 o N %4 to 7% A V E *J t3 o r> R / E t 1 iM R E E F 6 i r t . t, fr E 1 I K Aft 4 t MM 5 fe > B K U P A 1* to A g N 13 Toiletry case 7 Strike 25 Center 41 Uncloses 14 Nomad 8 Ventures 26 Kind of nut 42"AuldLang 15 Hole 9 Spoken 27 Ukrainian city •— r " '16 Encourage- 10 Fury 28 Hang 43 Painter Grant ment 11 Encourage 29 Arthur's 18 Adds flavor 17 Expunger nickname 44 Gaelic 20 Rent again 19 Encirclement 31 Small islands' 48 Love god 21 Swine 23 Compound' 33 Poetry muse 47Comiort 22 Meadows 1 ether 38 Type face ^Gaiter •24 Hurt 24 Distant 40 Grasped 50 Head covering 26 and Harry Truman ; 27 Health resort 1 2 3 IT 5 b 7 f 9 10 II for Henderson to win by at least 20-6. nd exhibited: . ''•'-'""• One reed .basket, Mrs., ; Martha Armstrong; New Hope! 'o'Be bas- et.. Mrs. Fannie Mixon: McCas- ill, one reed basket, Mrs. Leatha lawsoh; New Hope, two aluminum Boasters (with, designs), Mrs. : Adania Cheatham; one large alumin- m tray, Mrs. Pearline Cheatham. Each article was well made and club members explained .to council members how the article was made. , Final plans were made for the Christmas Party to be, held December 4. Election of officers for' the ensuing term was held. Results were as follows: President - Mrs. Amanda Jbnn- son, Southeast; Vice President Mrs. Rhoda Jones, McCaskill; Secretary - Mrs. Pearline Cheatham Mars Hill: Assistant Secretary. _ Mrs. Thelma Ritchie, Blevins-Irpn Springs: Treasurer - Mrs. Arietta Scott, Douglas; Reporter - Mrs. Al cola Wade, Blevins-Irpn Springs Scrapbook Chairman -'Mrs..Verdi Walker, McCaskill; Co-scrapbook Chairman - Mrs. -Mary G. Reggans, New Hope; Chaplain - Mrs. Queen Esther Johnson. McCaskill: Historian - Mrs. Irene May, Clow; 'Parliamentarian * Mrs. Delilah Golston, Washington; Song Leader Janie Wilson - Blevins-Iron the ballots. , Ellena was selected as ^ decided Thanks- .giving Day when Little Rock and .,,.., nllt North Little Rock' meet in their • ' ..catena v.uo v— ----.. 00 .. standins lineman. With- 2,69? the UCLA, tackle. was Ameche, traditional battle. North Little assady me, . u -. h}rd te State's brilliarit halfback third in i p | Rock ^can win, the Big Seven race will be thrpwn into a three-way tie between Little Rockn North Lithe -point-getting AVitn - , There were only two close rac^ another conference victory or Lit- or first team berths ,1 inc.!. • . - . T-I._,,V ^rorri. '"= XUICK, wmui; jictai.-. i i"-'- " 6 <-jn-.. Fournet teat -out Fumk >«y, to an Arkanso . s foe this year. It'll ehione. of Notre Dame or na while.Hollcder * ' . ,-, .Art Dorado. However, it looks from here like lie Rock, which hasn't lost a game 73 __ 3 ~. I be close but we give mar- seven-point edge. Rock na, yviinc. •"•"•---- ' . f „- _ fj 0 n. gin of exactly 100 'pomts over Ron aid Bea.gle of Navy for the secona end berth; ia ucii-1. . .{ ijiui Moegle had. the. lowest total oi e »»•* a Among Ihe others, we'll take El . . Fort Pine ' .Mem- Texarkana.. . .For- Carnc , e n. vei Subiaco _ _ Bluff over Hot Springs. votes. among .the b ^ . ^ 3H dyce over Warren. . . Forrest City u,it tvi.-it. cave him a margin 01 Ji« ' ... Tr,Tinoh,-.rr, nvpr. , bvit that gave him a Joncsboro over • 10^1 the Mid- Batesville. . . . Conway over Mor- As it has since: 1951, the W^ J _ Fairview over Mnl- domwatefl the f »rrt mree ..Crossett 'over Hamburg ^ a 'A° ta Jf Jas 'ecdnd u. . . Hope over Nashville Pacific Coast was secona, } over Mot , nta in Home. Binding up wi* seven spots fcj-l- ear Q ye r Beefce _ ^ ^alnut 1'owsd by the Southwest ana^_^ Rjdae ^^ Pocahontas . . .Qsceo- celec- the . dominated the DeQueen Stuttgart o v e r aonuuciws" "— --— nniv thrpe over Mena.... oiuiigur'. uvc. tione with 10 posts, won only thio,. ^ w . Helena over Mar;,._ii „ fv,» -first- three teams thi> \aiui«.H.y. . • •• berths on the first three teams season; ianna. Lake Village over Eu- McGehee over Dermott iason> ^ m ct Viprthq on dora . McGehee over uerm< UCLA won the ™» Bt beith ' fa S2 . . . Dardaneile over Danville, ir luiei. the Ohio _.. game up with three Phillips, Negro 4-H Club Agent, j s pr i n gs • Co-Song Leader;- Mrs. Littlo Hock, Arkansas. Persons re- Dodie Colbert Antioch; Pianist - ceiving awards were: J. B. Boyd ^ 0 be sup piied) lite Control Co. )NDEP . INSURED f'f rwt InipecHon Call IDDUUJRQOKS Jr. Night Phon« n Phone 7-5551. 23-6t Excellent condition. ""* 7" "*|and Susie Booker - Achievement; trade for late model light car. I Ruth Bell Mcpadden and Alvin Wilson - Leadership; Clara Belli m 'utee on insta'llation; - Mrs. Lea- Legans - Canning; Dorothy Muld-| tha L aW son, New Hope; Mrs. ClaS' . Officers will be installed at the Christmas Party December ,4. Com- For Ren» FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, ; Garage, No children, Mrs. Ann a Judson, 220 N. Elm. 1°'^ ma, Georgia and over F o Purdue, Cali-1 Jacksonville, with two only other Ashdown Cabot over pavs. schools !to land more than one spot on the first three teams l ' ' row - Clothing; Ro'sie Ellen Gol-i ston - Dress Revue; Nannie Lee Smith and Henry L. McFadden • and Home Electric; Timothy - Forestry; Aaron Smith _ | Jr.,''- Field Crops; Fern Irene Mi- FURNISHED apartment, 4 rooms tchel - Food Preparation; Rosle and bath, $35. tt block from City Ellen Colston - Gardening; Syl- Hall. Adults only. Phone 7-2153. vester Beone - Gardening; Charles sie Yerger,- Southeast; and Mrs. Fannie Mixon, McCaskill. Subject' matter leaders 'and other committees to be appplnted later. Mrs. Arietta dent, Mrs. Pearline E8 ch of 'the nation', three major undefeated teams UCLA Ohio State and Oklahoma vanked in order in the United Pr... rot- Scott, presi. Flenory, re porter. ings was represented on the America team. Oklahoma won two berths, the only school to get more than one spot. The personnel of the second ana third teams: : Second team: Lost Hooewell School is sponsoring 22-tf Books and Clara Garrnon - Health p re .Thanksgiving program Wed- and Improvement; Odessa Spears -l nes( jay night, November 24', at 7:30 Ends Beagle per. Ohio State, and Dean Dug- Home Improvement; Duprce Lang- j _____ ston - Meat Animal; Claude Tyus WHEEL and tire, 700 x 17, ber and Sylvia Wade - Poultry; Sam- tween Hope and Shover Springs, mye Grace Tyree and Frank Tur- STRUCK IPAIRS p re- cor or truck, sll RY ABOUT Write Ai-k, Box 61, Route 2, Hope,'nor, Jr. - Farm and Home Safety; 22-3t James Duvis - Tractor Maintenance; and Rober Mercer - Hybird Wanted to Buy timber Jand. Price reason- eble, B. J, Barton, Nashville, Ark. ?3-3t titled school auditorium Thanksgiving Hero,' r ad- WILL pay eash for one or two ma nual reed organ. Write details to Bo* A, Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 23-6t mission Adults 15c. school Children lOc. The public is invited. Beautician'chapter" No. 16 Kile .. , sponsored a dance at the American Corn Show. Girls also receiving L gg ion Hut Wednesday mght, UP- 4-H Dress Revue awards were: Ro- vem b er 24. Tickets are on sale 4t 5ie Ellen Colston, Susie Booker.! lhe | 0 nowing places; Hicks Funer- Clepna Bradle, and Rosie Lee Nel-j al jj ome Essie Beauty Shop, Cola- son ot Washington 4-H Club; Claraj mall . s Grocery and Unique Beauty Garmon, Nannie Lee Smith, and Snop Admission advance 50c. At Fern Irene Mitchell ot BJevins-Iron he door 7&Ci The publip is invit- Tackles —Varrichione and James Smith, Baylor. Guards ftm Salesbury, UCLA nnd Tom Bettis, Purdue; Center Backs Morris. Lsrson, George Shaw, Ore"on, Prime Villaneueva. UCLA, and Bob McNamara, Minnesota. Third team: Ends Dan Shannon. Notre Business Opportunity SKILLEP CRAFT training job open du0 to expansion Hope business. Pevmahent 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, J?, 0, , Hope, Avk. 27-tf Notict MAC'S Hestayrant serving the tra dii}Qn.9ji 'fhnksgivta dinner Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT LESLIE TERRY, ET AL . , PLAINTIFFS VS. SAM TERRY, ET AL ............ DEFENDANTS WARNINa ORDER The defendants, Sam Terry, Estelle Terry, W. D. Terry, Mary Terry, Lela Terry Brure and Awue Terry Bruce, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days hereafter ana answer the complaint pf the plaintiffs herein. WITNESS My hand and seal as .Clerk pf this CPurt pn this 16 day p. rn. tp" H p. m. Give,olNpvember, 1854. I treat. Bring the family GARRBTT WILLIS auest out'to Sftt, »Mr«] . • $?$"* £'*V** vvt» f*^ T-^.« /S T «;|*T 4M n* TN*-. 1 O ' M * . • i Dame, and Ron Kramer, Michigan. Tackles Art Walker, Michigan, and Francis Machinsky, Ohio Guards R alph Chesnauskas, V-my. and Franklin Brooks, Geor Matt Hazeltjne, Cali- Junior chplr of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will rehearse We4- lesday night, Npverabej: ; ?4, at :30, gda Tcsh- Center ornia. Senlpr Choir oi Beelee Memorial CME Church will h»ye a c»ll meet- Ing Friday flight, November 26, »t f:30. Harpld Vaughn, spn. Pi Mr. .. .. Mrs. Jpe Vaughn diedl Sunday night, Npvemj?er 8U •••--• • The Rev, of Morris, , will hpW Ws toet Backs Lepnard Dawson, Purdue- Peter Vann, Army; Len Moore, Penn S»*te and Bob Dav- e'nport, UCLA. The average worker in the Unit* d States loses about 7% work days a year because «f temporary iy- ness,,"wyp fte Twentieth -Century Grudge Fights Feature Play in AIC By The Associated Press An ancient grudge battle • with second place in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference standings awaiting the victor featuros the AIC's football card for this holiday weekend. Southern State and Arkansas A&M, each with 3-2 cof»rencc records, meet at Monticcllo on Thanksgiving Day to determine runner-up to champion Arkansas Tech. Tech. which has completed its season, won the title last Saturday with a 26-7 triumph over The College of the Ozarks. while Southern was falling to Ouachita 19-14. The fact that the championship already has been won isn't expected to reduce the action when Southern and A&M, traditionally bitter rivals, meet. Both teams are in g-^od physical shape for the game, but Southern will have to play with the services of ace end Pat Pea-y. Ouachita, who stunned AIC fans with consecutive wins over Southern and A&M, gets a comparatively easy assignment tonight, meeting Hendrix at Arkadclphia. Henderson State Teachers Red- st seven games, four of them in c Bii! Seven. •Camden, the champion of District VA, will play at El Dorado in a ittlc of south Arkunsns footbnll tans, and Subiaco, which finished 2cond in District 1AA, goes t ort Smith to play the Grizzlies • the BigScven. The Texarkana Razorbrcks will ay at home to play Christian rolhcrs of Memphis. Three teams in District 2AA aro chediiled to defend their prestige t home against neighboring Class L teams. Wynne goes to Forrest ity, Paragould to Jonesboro and 5atesvillo to Newport. Malvern of District ?AA will nurney to Camden for a game •ith (he Fairviev/ Cardinals of Mstrict 4AA. Crossett of 4AA will lay at Hamburg. Class A "Morrilton visits nearby ronway of District .3AA r-nd Hope if District 4AA goes to Nashville or a gamp with the Class A scrappers. T\vo of the state's three undefeat- 2d teams will lay their records on he line. The De Queen Leaop- c -.rds, winners of 10 straight this jeason, will go after their 31st con recutive triumph at Mena. Lake Village will try to stretch its un beaten string to 10 in a District BA game at Eudora .Djerks is idle after 11 straight victories. Other Turkey Day games in elude: Harrison at Mountain Horn (1A), Augusta at Bald. Knob, Bee be at Searcy (2A), Walnut Ridge . f *^ • • V% / YOUR PRESCRIPTION Who takes the highly speculative financial plunge to supply the risk capital for medico- chemical research. ,, : You, the citizen, through your , taxes, together, hand in hand, with the pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturer, have filled the druggist's shelves with revolutionary new drugs for treating disease. The basically important antibiotics of the last decade are end results of this mutual effort and | have supplied the stimulus to the hewer drugs which appear regularly on your physician s Prescription pad. / . ?w ] When you visit your druggist to fill your next prescription, remember that you are helping yourself as you are also helping others. Ward & Son DRUGGIST ' 102 W. 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THE COMPETITORS OUR BOARDING HOUSE With .Mojor Hoopj* 54 5 a IB By Dick Turner THl£ PORTRAIT TO ATTlC MOST FUNNY BUSINESS APPLES SPECIAL • FLORIDA ORANGES 3 Doz. $1.00 1 • CAGE EGGS RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET •Of course they had a quiet wedding! Did you think they'd quarrel right before the minister? GLANCES B V Golbroith By Henhbergei TO 901 West 3rd Phone 7-9933 Rom where I sit,., fy Joe Marsh Buz "Badgers" 'Em into Coming (0 cies on of-beaten Arkansas Netlonul fpotball League title at the expense pf the Green Jay The Mont TV vi<}ule State Teachers at Conway Thursday to wind up the AIC season. RgASQN~ FpR SUIT COLUMBUS, Miss., <UJ>) jm>e,s R. Hutcherson was awaid- $4 $111.89 4%mages yesterday became g shoe stpre empJpye poui-ed Bottle «| re.4 dye on Hutcherson's while it was parked on the Attendance at Rotary Club n\eet« jngs was a real problem — until Bufe Walker, the new pr.wid.ent, took over. Buz managed to get 1(JO% turnout last night, "Np matter how good iin organization is," Bu? s»ys, "you . can't do a real job unless you get everybody working together and coining to meetings," "J wanted to be sure all the boys made the first Fall meeting, go I sent each one a badge iu»rk«d 'Reception Committee. 1 Yet, they all showed uj)m?I have » they'll keen Dining b|$k> (Cppyri$ht, From where I »it, Buz know* how to get results by using hi»head a little. That was a worth* while idea of his. Same with Andy at the GardenTavern, Andf co-operates voluntarily with thf Self-Regulation Progr«m-8ppn» gored by the Brewing Indu^tpyt He,keeps his place clean, ne*t, an<} homelike. And in return for his considergtion he get* l r«|l good "reception" from the cpmmunity, 'isi T M «•! U S Pat Olf. Copr 1954 by NE* Slivlci, Inc. "Try and lose this one in the mail like you musta done with *hejette_r_l_ sentjast yearr 1 • ; "" By Na*Jine SelMi HAVE THE BALL FIRST , AMD TEN.ON IHE VIC, I'M A^KAI^ TO >v SOU A VOM SOM6ON6 TAkfe A LIB (7ETEC1OR) tlME,< EL$E...6WteOP T65T.,,AT UBA5T /BUtA THE . ^ ©IV6 MB TIANe TO ) PLACB.MIS6)MAkl'5 WKT- •• f (VC^O« r"W*ij* s£ IW6TAWCE? I'M MEETING VOUR CHAK A UOVELV TMIM&PcSK/COAL £j I'M AeeusnaKER/ ^r 7 ^ v " in ' u<L~~-—X'f *'a (uii/ • ' ^(fi Lk« , i !^»*v;j^\y***' 1 - ;J ^B ^ISfe**! WASH TUBBS PIE ''They're Doming ever in 15 minutes to tf'k at>out the things they've been yoking §l)9Ut sn the phone fpr the ! .:... ... UsiTiPMr! 1 !., ,. v.v;* r>' * .UPSET HOPE PBWW WA* OVER HERSI&" '$SUICIDE, BUT' I DIP, IHMfe KM / HER. BUT "jjgairaf" AND HER BUDDIES ' !•- ^ MPW-^'tt ' "1 I '^^.-ssj PUGS BUNNY FUDD'S PAT/OJii , a=d== •*" '« C B^«""»^t "~1., T M B,« U »• '"• "'• . 'S POP ..WE START KNOCKIN' 'EM OFF ,7 HERE AN' THERE. LIKE SQ AN'/ PRETTY SOON WEIL HAVE f JUMP;OUT- AN 1 ! •EM SCAREP OF SHADOWS. p^- 1 '-"(^^' "" cx^^rj "And marvel at the w TH.I 5TQRY OF MARTHA WAYNi

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