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Phone 7-2652. liar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus- 12.00 13.50 15.00 . 1,50 ,,3.00 'CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I tJm* ................. !. ..... 7SC 0er Inch 3 Urn** ........ /..........,„.. 60e p«f Inch « trmei; ..... ,.,>. .»...>....» 50e p«f Inch Rote* quoted above- ore ; for con- weirtlve insertions. Jrregular or tklp- dals ads will tok« the one-day rate, All dally classified advertising copy #111 be accepted until S p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher! reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered ' for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted . . Initials of one or more letters, groups' or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not, be responsible for errors in want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertlen of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star fl'verslfled Income Fund ' ctus available from S; BATES ,.,<;Hlflhway 87 West. BUCK'S FURNITURE CO, \\y" Llmitt Wert • H Cjt j Vjiier BarreU for Sale Ark. • to • «w ly Co. IOHNSON CO. IPffice Supplies • -2541, W FrontSt, KK? ^ Service USED GLASS USED PARTS cars, see u» before * buy. PORTER Operator. Hy §7 West Sptnpleto Part*, and for or Balers ractors Wrlt» - !Fii r TracrorCo, ignolio, Ark., A 1140-R Star of MOB* !•»»; Pr«u If27 ConiolMoted January U, IMff Pub'Dihed evtfry Weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. ^.C. • C. Palmer, Praildant ' Atox. H. Wathburn, S.cy-Tm. , ' 'of The Star Bulldlnf " 112-14 South • Walnut Stiacl " ) Hope, Arkaniai Alex. H. WoihbUrn, Editor * Publlihw Paul H. Jon»>, Managing Editor )nt M. Dovlf, AdVtrtlilng Manaiar George W. Heimer, Meeti. Supt. tnterad. ai iecond clan matter at Hie Pott Office at Hope, Arkaniai, under the Act of March S, 11*7. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation! • ' Subscription Rates (payable In', advance): : •y carrier In Hope and neighboring tOwnt— Par week 25 Par year 13.00 . , By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller counties- One, month 85 Three" months.....; - 1.60 ilx months ; 2.60 On* year ..j - 4.50 'All other mall—One month , 1.10 Three month* •'• ......'...„'... ..3.25 Ilx months 6.50 One y%ar ,...,.....,.. 13.00 Nafl Advertliln* Repreientatlvei: oifkansai Dallies,- Inc.; 1602 .Sterick »lda., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas lank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., N«W'York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot B)dg., Detroit . 2, Mich.; ' Terminal Bldg.,, Oklahoma City 2, 'Okla. A <,*<<- w.-»'X" ,-j';i-- »* Member ef The Aisoclated Preui The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for ^publication of ,all the local news printed In this .newspaper,'as well as all AP news dispatches. . Sftfvic«f Offcrt d torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. 'Oft Water well service, any size or depth, dee or write O. T. Clark, Cale.'Ark. 19-« A. A! EAST well digger. 322 South Walnut. Mark Yokum. 2fl-3t Wonted <QOD team wagon on steel or wooden wheels. H. M. Dunlap, Route 2, Hope. 23-3t MarlarLeads Bobcats Over Nashville 14-6 A Bohcat team which has had ery little to enjoy this season smashed favored Nashvllfi H to 6 yesterday in the annual Turkey Dav/classic which date's way " Help Wonted 1KILLED 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, JP. O. Box 98, Hope; Ark. 27-tf BUSINESS .still on upgrade for the flawleigh Man. Company now completing six story addition to Memphis factory to take care of your growing Southern business. If interested in a good business for yourself in North Hempstead write Rawleigh's, Dept, AKK- 641-107i Memphis. Tenn. 26-lt ALL"AMERICANS - Dick .Moegle, Rice, left, Kurt BurHs, Oklahoma, center, and Bud Brooks, Arkansas, right, have been named to the 1954 United Press All American football team. — NEA Telephoto ' ' , : Porks Striving foEnd2-Game Losing Streak HOUSTON, Tex. The Cotton Bowl-bound University of Arkansas Razorbacks will reek lo break a two-game losing streak tomorrow when they meet the Uni versity of Houston here in their final game of the season. Arkansas winner of seven Notice MAC'S Restaurant serving the traditional Thanksgiving dinner from 4 p. m. to 11 p. m. Give Mother a treat. Bring the family and your guest out to eat. Mr. and Mrs. Mac. 23-2t straight games before losing to | thing that Southern Methodist and Louisiana cerned. State, already has clinched a tie for the Southwest Confer o n c e championship. Tomorrov/'s game doesn't affect Arkansas' standing in the conference. Houston, weakened by thn illness Wyott Firmly Denies Tennessee Offer FAYETTEV.ILLE (UP) Eow- dcn Wyalt, whose University of Arkansas Razorbacks will play in he Cotton Bowl New Year's Day, denied a story in the Birmingham, Ala., Post-Herald that he Was considering returning lo the University of Tenncsr.ce. The story sigend by Sports Editor Naylor Stcne. sa'd Wyatt \voul( take over the he'ad coaching job at Tennessee from' Harvey Robinson and said that the university in Demake -the announcement in December. ' Wyatt called it "a vicious rumor' and said, Langs ton Wins Si-ate Title HOT SPRINGS (/P) — Langston High of Hot Springs won the stat Negro high school football cham pionship by defeating the Merril Tigers of Pine Bluff 25-19 her yesterday. James Love passed for touchdowns — to Hamp T. C. Walker and James Hill — to lead the Langston attack. Guar Augustus Lumpkin scored the othe Langston touchdown by picking u a fumble and racing 75 yards t the goal. Quarterback Willie Roy Wood thre> Grant . The ' Victory-' "was due largelv to "This is the port of hurts everyone con- «y- play spurned in by Steve ar Who 'was Easily tfie oiitstanrl« ins '.back "on the field yesterdar Marlar passed and ran when it wa« sorely needed.': • " The Scrappers took .the lea'f n the second quarter with Coy Me Cullough' : going' the final five cli maxlnfe' a 1 ' 45 yard drive. Extra joint try failed. With time running out in the same . quarter Hope marched yards for a score. Marlar's 30 yard scamper was the backbone oC the push and it was Marlar who took it over. Bruce Duke kicked the extra point, and that was all the Bobcats actually needed. Hope went some 80 yards for Its insurance touchdown in the final quarter with Marlar connecting, passes, one to Roy Mullins good for a total of 48 yards. Bruce Duko blasted over from the eight and Paul Huddleston kicked the extra point. It was a particularly 'sweet vie tory for the Bobcats who have had trouble all season winning. Previously Nashville had lost only to DeQueen, and boasted ten victor- pas'sed for two Merrill touchdowns, I ies. The outcome competely > mar onnecting with Lee West and Lee red the Scrapper homecoming. Randall. Oliver Warren covered 1 - af Hope rolled up 253 yards rushing Southcrh Stdte TokesStcond fey the Associated Pr*si After aU the m'idi-season confusion, the Arkansas Intercollegiate conference has closed out football with the teams dropping into thB slots forecast for them before tna season opne. . . Southern State's MulenderS clinched second' place with .a thanksgiving, victory over Arkatt sas A&M. The .Muleriders scored. In the. last minute to win a 13-8 decision, The loss dropped A&M into third, along with The Collega of .the Ozarks. ..Arkansas Tech wort the crowa .With a 5-1 league ;mark. . Ouachita defeated winless Henr' At'Oi 19-12 with a disputed touch-, down in-the final second. Render-' son stayed out of the cellar by trimming Arkansas State Teactara 35-7. '•'.••' Hydrogen is the lightest known gas with helium second. . . Funerol Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOM AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF INSURANCE 2ND, & HAZEL - 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. Baylor Needs Win to Tie forCrown By The Associated Press. : , The Southwest- Conference football race comes to its rowdy; close Saturday with interest centered on a game at Waco when; Baylor .seeks a share of the championship and a'possible spot in the" Sugar Bowl. .•''-. Baylor can attain the first and strengthen its hopes of the "latter by faceting Rice. In that event tho Golden Bears .would finish in t a tie with. Arkansas for the top- but woudn't get Into, the Cotton Bbwl a spot already reserved for Arkansas since it defeated Baylor in regular season play. At Dallas Southern Methodist and Texas Christian, neither v/.ilh prospects of going anywhere, play another conference game. It has been eight years since SMU beat 'TCU. Arkansas will be winding. up.- the season against University of Houson at Houston. Defeat for Baylor and victory for SMU would mean a sccond-plnce finish for SMU" and a tie for third Between Baylor and Rice. Texas clinched fifth place yesterday when the L'onghorns beat Texas A&M 22-13 in their traditional. Thanksgiving ay-game The Aggies finished alone in the cellar. After this 've<;k there will be only one game !cf! on the sechedul Southern Methodist's intersectlon- al clash with mighty Notre Dame Football of several squad members, took a 01-14 drubbing from Texas Tech last Saturday.but the Cougars are expected to be improved physically lor their date with Arkansas. ' Arkansas, which player", without the. services of two starters, center Jerry Ford and tackle Jim Roth, in losina 7-6 to LSU last'Saturday, again will riot be at full strength Coach Bovvdcn Wyatt sauT today that Roth, who is suffering from P knee injury, probably won't be able'to play. He v/;H bo replaced-, in 'the starling line-up by junor- Bill Fuller, a 205-poundcr from El' However, it is likely that Ford, a sophomore, will start the game, Wyatt said. .Another line-up change will move Walt Matthews ahead, of Ted Soutcr at weakside cnrl..,:,, On the basis of past perform...ices, Arkansas rules a prohibitive frvoritc over Houston. Before losino to SMU and LSU, the Razorbacks rolled up consecutive victories over Tulsa, Texas CViristian. By The Associated Press ,-it Excelsior Mineral Bowl Springs, Mo. ; ' Hastings 20, College of Emporid BLACK and white setter. 1 months <?ld. Partly trained. Billy Joe Butler, Phone 7-4926. 23-3t IARANT£EP r** Inipectlon Coll '" 1953 CHEVROLET, % ton pick-up. Excellent condition. Will sell or trade for late- model light car Phone 7-5551. 23-6t PECAN trees, Strawberry plants, all kinds fruit trees. Call 7-4598. 28-3t et Dallas Dec.- 4. Crowds totaling more than 00,000 will see the three games Saturday with 40,000 at Houston, 30,000 at Dallas and 22.000 at Waco. Detroit Lions Squeeze Past Green Bay DETROIT UP) After getting a "bod" game out of their system, the Detroit Lions today wore with J950 OLDS. "88" . hydramatic. in one victol ; y of clinching their Radio and heater. Good condi- thj,.^ straight Western Division ti- tion. $695. Phone 7-585P., 2ff-3t tie end a spot in the National Football League's championship game. Baylor, Texas, Olc Miss, Rice and Texas A&M. Houston has lost to Baylor, Mississippi, Wichita and Texas Tech, sr.d holds decisions ovor Texas A&M, Oklahoma A&M and Villa- n °Houston and Arkansas have in.n only one time previously, m 1952 with Houston winning 17-7. They had been scheduled to play last .,-n- but the came was cancelled. Probable starters for the afternoon game are: •' . Arkansas Matthews and Jerry McFadden at ends; Eddie Brad-ford and Fuller at tackles: Bud Brooks and Wayland Roberts -at guards; Ford at center; Preston. Carpenter at blocking back;-/Jo? Thomason at— v/ingback; George Walker at tailback; and Henry Moore at fullback. 14. Other ga rr.e.s : Cornell 20, Pennsylvania 6 Brown 18, Colgate 14 Miami Ohio 21, Cincinnati 9 \Vichita 33, Tulsa 19 McMurray Tex 6, Missouri Valley 6 tic Maryland 74, : Missouri 13 Wm. and Mary 2 Richmond 0 Virginia Tech' 46, Virginia .Military c . ; • : " Chattanooga 2"), Dayton 14 Alabama Slate 23, Tuske'gcc 2 South Carolina State 15, Benedict 12 . Tex-.s 22, Texas A&M 1 Henderson 35, Arkansas Sta'.e T^chrs 7-, ' ''Southern State Ark 13, Arkan sas A&M 6 Cameron Okla Aggies 20, Nev Mexico Military 14 • Denver 34, Colorado A&M 0 Utah State 35, Utah 19 Western Cclo State 21. Cali Poly 20 Fresno State 39, San Francisc .State 20 yenr. Your heart is about as big a your closed fist. ilocked punt in the end zone he other touchdown. Tech Puts Self in Bowl Picture DALLAS, Tex. (/PI Texas Tech las injected itself into the Cotton 3owl picture as a possible opponent for the Arkansas Rnzorbacki. The idea started wit li Jere layes, Dallas Times Herald sports lirector, who advocated a Tech- Arkansas meeting in his column. DeWitt Weaver coach of Tech ikod the idea anc'. telephoned Bowden Wyatt, the' Arkansas coach. "Wyatt said he would mention t the next time he talked to the Cott.on Bowl folks," Weaver said of iis conversation with Wyatt. Texas Tech is a member of the Border Conference. This year the Red Raiders have won six, lost two and. tied one. They close the season Saturday against Hardin- Simmons. for .and passing to Nashville's 203; each team made 12 first downs, Hope drew 25 yards in penalties while Nashville was assessed 30 The following seniors playei their final high school game; Lin dy Pate, Franklin McDowell, Way ne Johnson, Bruce Duke, Jack Keck,- Rufus Herndon, Gilbcr Honeycutt, Paul Huddleston, Mar« hall Rowc and Johnny Burke. Yesterday's victory gave Hope a 14-12 edge in the 27 game'serie with one game ending in a tie. scrip, November outdoor match in Korakkuen Baseball Stadium. The fiery Latin, who wasn't glv en a chance against the champion won by a wide margin on all thro official scorecardsi Argentine Boxer Wins World Title By JIM BECKER . TOKYO — (fP) Pascual Perez, a terrifice little 'terrier from Argea tina, won the flyweight championship of the world, tonight (Japanese time) by battering heavier and rangier Yoshio Shirai of Japan into a stumbling daze In 15 violent rounds. More than 15,000 fans saw Jap an's first world champion lose in a Notice No. 7688 In the Chancery Court p Hempstead County, Ark Wallace T. Fulton Plaintif vs. . Pa'ttie Fulton Defcndan ;' WARNING ORDER . " The defendant, Pattle" "Fulton, i warned to appear in this c.our within thirty days and answer .th complaint of the Plaintiff, Wallac T.' Fulton. , Witness my hand and the seal o said court this 17th day of Novem ber 1954. Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) . W. S. Atkins, Solicitor for Plaintif John P. Vesey, Attorney Ad Litem Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10 Legal Notice IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS. V B NELSON AND, WILLIAM H. 'ETTER....- PLAINTIFFS VS. : • No. 7684 MARTHA ANN'JOHNSON • • „....;.-......:,.. DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, Martha Ann John- _ oh, is. warned to appear in this Court, within thirty days and answer he 'complaint of the plaintiffs, W. B. Nelson and William H. Etter. ' -WITNESS my hand as Clerk, and he seal of said Court, this 11 day/ of Nbvember, 1954. •" ' Garrett Willis Clerk -(SEAL) . iVeisenberger & Wilson .; "• ;' Attorneys for Plaintiffs Talbot Feild, Jr., Guardian Ad Litem F.;C. Crow, '•"• Attorney Ad Litem Nov.' 12, 19, 26, Dec. 3 • Legal Notice NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS -HEREBY GIVEN, That in-pursuance of the authority- and directions contained in the •' order-.of the "Probate Court ' of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made .and entered -on November. ' 10, 1954, in the matter of the estate • oi W. -G. : . McMullen, deceased, the undersigned, as administrator of..,. the,estate of said W. G. McMullen,.. • deceased; will offer for 'sale, at • piib'lic outcry;'to the highest and., best bidder, for cash, at the front ,. door or, entrance to the Court • House iq the City of Hope, Hemp-' stead County, Arkansas, within thei , hours .prescribed by law for. ju-, . dicial : sales, on Monday, the. 6th day; of, December, 1954, the follow-, ing 'dqiscribed land' ' situate'd in " Hempstead County, 'Arkansas; to- ' wit: " •• The North, thirty (30) acres of the Northwest Quarter of the . Southwest ' Quarter: (NWV4 ' : SWVt)' ;; -of Section Seventeen (17), Township Ten (10) South, "" . Range Twenty-five (25) West. """ ' C. D. WALKER ' Administrator of the Estate of • 1 W. G McMullen, Deceased Nov. 12. 19. 26 - : You get the First-Choice Features in America's First-Choice Truck! Houston George For R«nt The Lions, playing loosely both on offense and defense, squeezed FOUR room furnished apartment. p as t the Green Bay Packers 28-24 ' Electric fejtr»gerator t Garage. No yesterday in their annual Thanks- v children. MfS. .Ann fl Judson, 220 giving Day game before 55,532 N, Elm. J-0-tf fans in Brings Stadium. FURNISHED aparun 4 'r-gf.^^!^ it a . , fl '° n i.Hl., y moved the Lions into a position Hall. Adults pnly. Phone 7-215J, • whci . c one morc victory will sond ** rl *ithern against the chapipions of the ' E tern Division in the title game Hy nes and Ronnie Emberg at ends; John Dearen and Lavell Isbell at tackles; Berle Cray pnd Wayne Shoemaker at guards; Billy Mcllroy at center; Jimmy Dicky at quarterback; Joe Bob Smith at left na d back; Jim Baughman at right halfback; and Jackie Patterson at fullback. room extra largo ff ern vson n e e game aartment, large closet?, private , wlflic > ^ arri »S complicates, is bath, entrances. 801 S. Main, set for Dec. 86. Phone 7-5837. 26-3t'. But . th ,? Lions were dull and un:._.. r . , r ........... .., _ iimaginativn against the Packers. 5 rqom feouse, 16-point undevdogs who narrowly missed pulling. a big upset. There were flashes of, brilliance in Detroit's game, such as Bobby Layne's two touchdown passes and two dazzling runs by Jack Christiansen, wh-> went 30 yards with voom garden, garage and, Miss Lillie Middlebrooks, phone 7-2984. 86-3t Arkansas Football By The Associated Press Little Rock 38, North.Little Row 26 El Dorado 14, Cnmclon 0 Pine Bluff 49, Hot Springs 20 Subiaco 27, Fort Smith 6 Texarkana 19. Christian Brothers (Memphis) 6 Jonesboro 41, Paragould 13 . Hope 14, Nashville 6 ' Crossolt 33, Hamburg 12 Newpoit 19, Batesvillo 0 ; Malvern 14, Fail-view < Mansfield 13, Greenwood 7 Do Queen 51!, Mena 0 Dormott 6, McGchee 6 (tio^ Clarendon 32. Holly Grove-13- Helena 6, Marianne 0 Ashdown 48, Foreman G Pipgott 32, Corning 20 Cabot 21, Jacksonville 13 Stuttgart 25, Brinkley 7 Pocahontas 40, Walnut Ridge 13 Augusta 13, Bald Knob 7 Washington St. Mrs. Phone 7-8125. apartment, 3?0 N. Sandf.fur, 'SS CHEVROLET TRUCKS Uoil sn4 tire, 100 x 17, be. tween Hope and Shover Springs. Write Pe* 81, Route"?, Hope, Wonted to Buy limber land. Price reason,'». J. J&artcw, » 26"lt an intercepted pass for one touch down and 61 yards with a punt return for another. But for the most part the sharpness which characterized Petroiv's play earlier in the season was rnlssing. Tobin Rote, a one-man team if ever there was one, alm«?t single-handedly upset the Lions- The former Rice star handled the ball plays, passing for one touch- 2,3-311 Fights Lost Night By The Associated Press West Palm Beach, Fla. 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Sturdy all steel Double-Wall cab construction means extra strength and safety. 7. down and scoring another. completed 13 oJt 38 passes for 204 yards, 9^4 j-aj\ Basketball By The Associated Press Minneapolis 95, Rochester 84 Philadelphia 103, Boston «8 Syracuse 91, Milwaukee b5 fort Wayne n AMERICA'S FIRST f> CHOICE TRUCK! Is first In sofe* In weight c0po«/f/f« dlk ^KP^ ^imf w - w ^fciBp ^nir ti^ iw JB.W.W w ^^ ^^ ^^i^^ j^j^^ ^^P^, ^p i ? ^^^ ^w^^ ™ * * i b > _ ^ ? ? -v i SHW t >• East Second Sfc f^^s , >^!!HSwiPI».^Si.. (_te«»!M*-« Lilt of Delinquent ^ Personal Property Hempstead County, Arkansas CERtlFICATE STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF HEMPSTEAD: ss. I, Mrs. C. Cook, Sheriff and Collector of Hempstead County, Arkansas, do hereby certify that the foregoing is true, and compared, list of all persons, firms and cor- '•jMrations, whose personal taxes were not paid within the time prescribed fy law, and the same are hereby returned delinquent for the taxes of .the year 1953. Witness my hand oh this the 16th day of November, 1954. Mrs. C. Cook Sheriff artd Collector of Hempstead County, Arkansas. (SEALl -Subscribed and sworn to before l*ie on this 16th day of November, 1054. Harry Hawthorne County Clerk of Hempstead County, Arkansas. Name of Owner "g <8 3 ^ 3° . H W •Wope, Ward 1 Mrs. John Aaron 430 25.87 O. W;, Amos 185 11.44 Martin Anderson 445 26.60 Andrews Inc. Co 100 6.35 Anderson G. E 5C 3.i»7 Atchley D. B 90 5.76 Baber, Walter M 470 27.78 Beasley, Jimmie 275 18.46 Beaty. Joe 465 23.16 Blackwood, Roy Payne 40 2.76 Black, Clarence ...; 95 6.06 Boster, Carlie 50 3.37 fibster, Vinctta ,\ 40 2.76 Bright, John T 190 11.74 Britt, Mrs. W. G 385 23.72 Brown, Margaret 25 1.87 Bruner, Jack 570 28.18 Butler, Gladys 325 20.85 Byers.Drug Store 2500 130.75 Calven, Lonnie ....: 25 1,87 Cannon, A. Virginia .... 275 18.46 Carrol,, Bob •. 385 23.72 Carter,- B. W 310 • 20.13 Chism, R. Erwin 200 12.34 Ctofe City 5(30 29.22 Clinton, Mrs. Virginia 500 29.22 Clinton, Roger 470 27.78 Clydes, Mrs. Shop 200 12.34 Conner, T. L , 355 22 28 Crank, Mrs. R.. N 220 15.84 Dairy" Queen, The .'. 500 29.22 Daugherty, Denver 90 5.75 Davis; Thomas C 290 19.18 Delaney, -J. B 800 48.58 Diamond Cafe 2COC: 106.00 Billard,' M. D 375 23.24 Downs, .Joe M 415 25.15 8t>wns, '" Arlis 185 11,44 Dudney, Mrs. Gallic .... 320 i: , ' 20.61 Equipment Finance Corp 85 5.46 Ferguson, Elmore 50' 3.37 Florence, Lucille 60 3.96 Galloway, Rufus 365 22.77 Garrett, Kenneth 280 18,70 Gilbert, Glen 145 9.07 Gilmore, Gus 100 6.22 Godwin, J. W 160 9.95 Grant, Norman 50 3:37 Green, Hollis C 340 21.53 jfaddix. A. R 25 1.87 Hall "Drive it yourself" Co. ' • ' 455 , 27.08 Haltom, F. G 4$5 28.51 Hampton, Louis .... 6D 3.96 Hardage, Dr. A. L. ...: 860 51.46 Harsis, A. L. . 140 8.75 Hatfield Mrs. Callie .... 100 6.22 Home, J. N K 1.87 Hervey Jack '..,.. IOC/ 6.22 Hightower, Geo. 50 3,37 Hightower, Orby 390 23.04' f ll, Minnie Jr. and Willie' C. , ; : f .',..,;.;..;..........;; ?00 12.34 Hope Wrecking Co. .... 206 12.34 White, W. W. r & Others 650 41.41 Hudson, Billy 345 26.11 Hughen, Calvin 270 18 ?1 Hunter, James 75 4.86 Jackson, Laney 260 17.74 Jenkins, Robett Jr 165 10.25 Jones, Andrew 40 2,76 Jones, Marie 60 3.96 Kern, Dora Dean 305 19 91 Latham, J. .L. ... 65 4.26 3ft;wis, P. J . 185 -11.44 Lloyd, Vander Jr. 250 17.27 Logan, M, M 280 18.70 Mansfield, Felix W, .... 350 22.04 Marcrum H. B 125 7 85 Marshall, Mrs. J. M. .. 615 39,72 Martin, Henry C 175 10.84 Maxwell Joe 185 11 44 May, J, F 40 2 76 May Jesse F 125 7 85 McCormack, Paul W. 515 29,94 McQueen, 0 385 23.72 M cRae, Benford 470 27.78 cWilUarns. E. G 285 18.94 Meadors, Mrs. U. H. .... 125 7.85 Milus, Mattie 50 3 37 Mitchell, Estelle 275 18 46 Murphy, Edwin M. .... 34C 21.58 Nelson, Sevier „,„.„.... 2.Q.. .1.57 Oliver, Wm. S 475 28 03 Oliver, AT 210 15 35 Pardue, Clyde 585 38.19 Pate, Garland 215 17 50 J Patterson, Paul gs 4 27 Perkinson, T. S 42s 9s R? ahi)Ups, Minerva 21 1.37 Pjckens, Willie 75 555 Pierce, Benjamin F, .... 16(J 0.95 Porter, Lee 65 427 Furifoy, Chas. J, Jr. 325 20.85 Purglar, James ', 240 }6 78 Record, A. H 525 3o'4" Beeves, Olin . 355 22 77 Hilcy, Mrs. Florence E. ; 350 g;j 04 Roach, Carl 283 18.9.4 Robertson, Lowell ....... 275 1Q.25 Rogers Edward & Eldridge Ik • 5fc 367 Ross, Elton 170 10.55 Royal, George & Ruth 200 13.34 i Sandeifor, Lewis 90 5.76 Scott. Noble 90 5-?5 Seitritz, Hollis R. 275 18,46 i Shewmake, Mrs. Willie 1 , .20 1,57 I Shields, ppj-is 275 J8.4J I Smith, I* C. • • 100 9,9| I Eli IK i -i «•• 1§ 13 Standard Auto Co 6000 313.50 Stfeftsdh, t)*ft- .-. ....180 11.14 Stone, Mf*. E4rl J. .... 335 21.3S Stroop, fiilly '... .....j. 60 3.S6 Stuart, Julius, J1-. 75 4.86 Sunderman, Harold C. 255 17.50 Taylor, Dodson 265 lt.97 Taylor, Mrs. J. tt 205 15.11 tedder, J. W. 160 9.95 Thompson, Billy R 345 21.81 Toilette, Saiiford 325 20.85 Toilette A. B. ....... 610 39.47 Tremble, Jack Co 395 24.20 Tyler, C. B. 20 1.57 Waddle, Marjorie 345 21.81 Wallace, John A «20 . 39.97 Walters, Frank ,..„.. 855 51.21 Walters, George i. Imp/ : •1 :.-.-.., ... ....3590 187.70 Wells, Mrs. p, i). „ 265 17.37 Whittefi, J. At. ..:..:.* 25 1.87 Williams, W. A 565 37.33 Williams, Lonnie ,.....: 240 16.78 Willis. Moody fl 610 : 39.47 Willis Mph's Store 2000 106.00 Wimberldy* B. M. ........ 485 28.51 Wood, Wilford W. 235 16.54 Wortman, Harry 180 11.14 Watt. Pollyanna 180 11.14 Mope, Ward 2 Allen, Willie C 375 23 24 Atnmotis J L 210 15 34 Bailey Earl E 160 9 95 Baker; Claud D 50 3.37 Boswell, Mrs. J. M. _.. 50 3.37 Bradford, Norman 525 30.42 BrCedlove, Virgil 390 23.96 Bright, Mrs, Mary .... 50 3.37 Brown Bill 4"0 25 87 Bycrs Howard 665 4? 12 Pai-vpr Vuc«r>11 97^ 1R4R Ohambloss Ed L 845 50 74 Clark John H 425 25 63 Goker P. P 300 19 65 Copeland, M J 370 23 00 rtavnnnnrf C2ttfr.tr 19^ « 7 flt Devenney, Thehna .... 160 9.95 Duckett, : Tom .... 445 31.60 Elbert, Geo... E. 460 27.31 Ful'er L C 22 i 1607 Gaines, Mrs. Clifford .50 3.37 GlEJ.gow, Austin 310 20.13 flri*jHam H C\ 10H R Tfl T-TnlHc Tamnc n 9J.* 17 m Holt Paul B 26*"' 17 74 Holt* Bill ,„ .170 10.54 Jones, Sarah 130 8.16 Konnpriv "Rnhhi** 40^ *>d RS Konnpriv ' W ' f 100 11 74 Kennedy, James A. .... 330 21.03 (Maiden Doyle 160 9 95 Vlillcr, Curtis 575 37 81 Montgomery, Earl .... 620 39.97 M?mrt» P P V?^ 9^ 94, Mnrdlook T W 9Q5 1Q 41 Wnrric T TJ 1 ^9*i 90 ft^ MulHns, Chas._Q. 360 22.53 Munn Fred" ' ' 100 6 36 Nic'hols Fern 185 11 44 6'Roarkc, David 125 7.85 Owens, Terry W 130 8.14 Patton B J 70 455 (Porter, Billy Jack ........ 125 7.85 Ratliff David 290 ID 17 Ray William H 115 725 Rbwe,. Bobbie Virginia 270 18.21 Sallec • Walter 4C 2 76 Shivers BoT> 385 23 72 Smiley;. H. E. .., ..280 18.70 Staggs, Mrs. Cora ......'.. ' 50 ' ' '3.37 Steadman & S.T. Scott 265 18.08 Story ' R E 425 2062 Taylor, H W 110 6 90 Tibbett Howard 150 9 35 Turner, Don L • 375 23 24 Turner, John 110 6.90 Turner, 'Ben 375 2420 Valentine, Carlon J 140 8.75 Warmack, Sirvetus Jr. 335 21.33 Whitten, Herbert G 330 21.08 Williams, W. S 385 23.74 Wilson, William Chas. 40 2.76 Hope, Ward 3 Andrews, A. A. ... . 280 18.70 Bagiey, Johr W. ' 270' 18.21 Brndeh, Laura H; 135 8.37 Browning, Clinton E. 445 26.60 Calhoun ' J Alvjn 25 1 87 Clark, Mrs. Glemie Faye '••'• . 330 21.08 bjark, "; W. -L. .,,... , i405 24.88 Cox, ; Benjamine S 355 22,28 Dixon, H; : G, '..;• 90 5.75 ;Downs, Willie ,...i 415 25.15 .'i^aotcfUhi^.. Nevej 50 3^7 ]ElIq4g^, ,Mrs,vHi C. .... 160 . 9.95 EU'edge, ' 'kenrieth 26"6 17.74 Evans, Joe "Is-' Wm 100 6.36 Evans, B,' F. ••; ; 40 2.76 Pagan, W/ E, : 490 28.74 Faulkner, WiHg.:; 425 25.63 Fisher Capt.i ^C°y, Leslie . . ... ' ...,..,.,:,. 240 16.78 Fleming, H6ward J. .... 315 20.37 Foster, M. C; .... '.'. 103 O.Cfi Harris,, Dale. ......i... 265 17.97 HaWield, Carl 170 10.54 Hightower, Harold' ....... 345 21.81 Ingram, J.'H. 440 26.35 Ives, Raymond ............ 200 12.34 Jeanes, Dcwey A. 78 4.86 Mauldin Wm. W. 45 3.05 *tay, Minor . .:;. 240 • 16,78 Mcdlock, Earl 225 16.07 Miller, Geraldine 290 19.17 Moore, C. P 415 25.15 Mouser, Fr?d 170 10.54 Pihkard, .WUbur W. .... 525 30.42 Robertson, Buddy 100 6.!»6 Sparks, R. C 150 9.35 Stockton, Jim 265 17.97 Sutton, I. , J i 190 11.75 tayjor, Waymond- 405 24.68 Taylor Wm. W." . 420 25.40 Tucker. Mr,s,J.: C. ,.:..,.„ .. 7.0. 4.55 Whatjey, J, T, 90 5.75 Williams, flerschel 450 26.83 Hope, W4rd 4 • •"•'.' Adco.ck, Mi-s. Faye. ».,.. 335 .21.33 Allen Roy , 75 4.86 Bias Dr. A. J. ' '.. ;•• 150 9.35 B lllines William 200 12.34 BosweJJ, Vernis ,....„ 20 4.32 Br6ck ' Jes«ie 75 4 86 Bryon Hudie. ........V...'. 130 8.14 Cannon Will 100' 6.36 Caple Eddie ' . . 370 23.00 Cassjdy J E 200 12.S4 Cassidy! Mrs. J. E 495 28.98 Cobb AW -. 335 21.33 Cooper Clyde 75 4-86 Cornelius C. D 50 3.37 Cox, Sam 80 514 Crnjn, Rev J, F. C 120 7.55 Crider, Jim 55 & 06 Cdder, Henry . .100 6 36 Crockett, Joe . 50 3.37 Delaney, J. B. 355 22 23 Dickerson, LeRoy . . 210 15 34 Pprman, Karl 220 15.83 Douglas, Calvin 3£0 21.08 Oouglas, E, J^ . , 125 7.85 ElMngtojj, Arcfe Hw*e 190 11.74 Fieldl, JT. W. f ' 315 20.37 iF'prsu^^i 3Pti!^r f «*«• ^^ 4 86 FrfivoiUi EiiMcjMt R* >f • 4?^ 4J***IN ^^rt * ^^^^ ^^ T^ ^ ^ Hall, Hugh B „. 405 Match, J. T. . 150 Hazard, Lawrence .... 395 riill, Margaret Reed .... 25 House, Bertha 25 Howard J. H S5 (Ingram, Gillis 210 Johnson, Early 110 Johnson, J i) 205 Johnson, Pearl Frierson 50 Jones Andrews & Josephine 230 Jones, Harry & Mary 50 Kennedy, Mrs. Amye 50 Logan Eddie 250 Loudermilk Hoy ' 260 Loudermilk Johnnie .-... 155 iLoUgh Johhnie H. 255 Madlock, '.Geo. E. ......... 150 McCorkle/ JomeS £>. .... 20 McDowell, Douglas '-..,. 125 McGough, Billv 75 Monk, L C. . '.. 775 Montgomery, Jas.. D. 15 Morrison Tommie . ,. 75 MOSRS, Arthur Lee 50 Nichols, Don ... 325 Noble Jack 20 Norman, H. M 750 Ogden, Clarence 110 O'Stcen, J. H 300 Person, Ellen 25 Pearson.Ruthie Bell .... 25 Perkins, Ben 50 Pettitt, Arlice & Jewell 150 Poindexter, Fred 280 Quillin Donald .. 40 Searlc, Billy Ray 345 Shapley, Hilton 100 Slay, Ed 95 Solomon, Stella 25 Sowards, Wendell 75 Sncarman J. C 90 Smith, LeRoy 390 Smith, A. A 260 Turner, Hayden Odessa 50 Tyree, Williams 375 Walker Jessie . 75 Walker Argustus 80 Ward, Mrs. Clara 200 Ward, Roy 225 Warrpr Pho<-t#»r 190 Warren, Melford ....... 270 Warren, Jim 50 Watson L L 125 Williams Henry 160 Wolif, H. B 175 Warmack, G. W. Jr 365 Fulton Corp. V C Cook 70 Harlesb J W 260 Horton W G 350 Holton Robt 130 McCain, Haywood 420 Ross Fo-*rest ' 390 Temple Cotton Oil Co. 500 Hope, Spec. A Aaron . 150 Allen W L % 205 Allen, David Lee 65 Allen, Homer 270 Anthony, Edwin 320 Ashley Robt. L. 190 Ashley, Lee . 90 Atkins Curtis . .20 Bain, Robert 245 Barham Joe R 2?0 Beard J B 40 Bell Dorman A. 320 Bostic James . 20 Bradley, Henry".., 50 Brandon, Daley ' 3o Brandon, Elbert 150 Brooks, Albert . . . 130 Burke E. S 240 Bush, Lester 285 Calhoun, Hollis L '70 Carrigan, Carl . . .... 100 Christiansen, Meryl N. 475 Clevenger, H. E 32S Cogbill Sam .... 130 Cole J D 225 Coleman Carrie ' 100 Collier, Eugene 240 Cox, W. L 325 Crawford, D.- C 150 Crimpler W T 200 Cummings, Samuel .... 180 Daniels, Mrs. Amy .... 125 Dearth, M D. 330 Dennic, Kate . . .. 315 Douthitt, Howard 80 t>unn, B. E ... 100 Enoch, A. B 770 Erwin, Winston 40 ITionoy, Lawson 50 •Flepoy, Horiry .. 130 Formby, W. A. Jr 320 Franks, Robert Lee ... 150 Freeman, Ray . .. 620 Gamble, Vira Dell .... 75 Gibson, Jim 25 Gilbert, Glen 325 Gillispie, G, G 150 Gray, Otis 215 Green, Orvill ... 110 Green, Taylor A 275 Green, Wm 190 Green, Flovd 480 Green, James S 390 Gresham, Ernest W. 295 Gunn, A. B 20 Hall, Chas. V 285 Hampton, Grady 130 Hampton, L. J, 1710 Harris, Jesse 165 Harri^, Roy L 180 Hawthorne, Walter .... 75 Hawthorne, M. F 105 Hays, F. W 50 Henderson, Wm. R 40 Hendrix, Hiawatha .... 100 Hendrix, John 90 Hill, Nehemiah ISO Hogan, Phillip 75 Holder, Ellis 265 Holt, Alex & Queen Ester ; 23 Honeycutt, W.. O. 275 Hope Mfg. Co 1300 Horn, Earl . ;— 100 Jlotton, Odessa 90 Houston, Pelton 235 Huqkabee, Robt 50 Hunt, Dale 240 Jackson, Lizzie 50 Johnson, James 260 Jones, John R 310 Jones, Seymore 265 Jones, Harold 40 Jones, Olen E 325 Kennedy, L. G 210 Lafayette, Arthur 225 Lawson, Luther , 100 gmmet, No. 2 Legans, Jesse 245 Light, J. T 100 Light, Porsey 215 Laudermjlk, Jack 95 Lynch, Robt 165 Malone, Wm. E. 40o Martin, Clyde 145 Martin, John W, 170 Maxwell, Bwker J. 80 McCoy, W. L 265 M,pF«d4lnj Pejcy •• 230 McKamje, Chester . . 199 McM.Uis.tl, |jl°yd, . , ., 69 ftJls^Km^i'b-: t Gi ™ M ^fe/^ 24.68 24.20 1.87 1.87 isi? ?!02 15.11 3.37 16.30 3.37 3.37 17.27 17.74 9.64 17.49 9.35 1.57 7.85 4.8S 47.38 1.27 4.86 3.37 20.85 1.37 46.13 6.90 19.65 1.87 1.87 3.37 9.35 18.70 2.76 21.81 6.36 6.05 1.87 4.86 5.76 23.96 17.74 3.37 23.24 4.86 5.14 18.70 16.07 11.74 18.21 3.37 7.85 9.95 10.83 22.77 4.56 17.74 22.04 8.14 25.40 23.96 29.29 8.31 11.22 3.81 16.59 18.85 10.42 5.14 1.44 15.67 15,03 2.49 18.85 1.44 1.70 ' 3.02 2.20 8.31 7.23 15.46 17.37 3.98 5.6B 25.42 19.06 7.25 12.29 5.66 15.40 19.06 8.31 1Q.96 9.90 6.99 19.27 18.64 4.61 5.66 42.90 2.49 3.02 7.25 21,39 8.31 31.56 4.35 1.70 19.06 8.31 15.58 6.19 16.95 10.42 25.63 21.81 17.80 1.44 18.22 7.25 82.72 9.10 9.91 4.35 5.92 3.02 2.49 5.66 5.U 10.42 4.35 16.52 1.70 16.95 65.35 5.66 5.14 15.25 3.02 15.46 3,02 16.31 18.42 16.52 2.49 20.59 11.47 12.29 5.66 15.67 5.60 11.76 5.41 9.10 2245 805 9.36 461 1652 1503 10.42 3.55 ,«U3i Mo'ss, Arthur Muldtow, Willie Mullins, Travis * Mulllns, Fertell Mullins, Jimmie Murphy, James .... Neal, W. A. Nichols, Walter L Nichols, M. P Ograh, Edwin J 4 Osborn, J. B O'Steen, Percy '.. Palmer, John Parker, James A. Pennington, H. E. Phillips, Horace Phillips, Tyree Phillips, Robt Phillips, Talbot PhilHps, Lilton ... Phillips, Augusta Pickard, Arthur Powel), A. W Purtle, Chas PUitle, O. P. Puryear, V. H Ragland, Claude and £ Rateliff, Norris Regans, A. J Relaford, James Richards, Cnrl E Richardson, Chas. C. Rir.ehart, Curtis Rogers, Mrs. Ruby .... Ross, Leonard ..... Rowe, M. T Rowe, Richard Russell. D. B. S Russell, L. C Sampson, James Sanders, Neal Session, Harold L Smith, John Smith, G .C. Smith, J. W Smith, A. A Snell, J. C Somers, Earl Stroud, Hubert H Stroud, Dave Stuart, Bennie Stuart, Luther Summers, Rena Summers T. C. Terry, Mrs, Lucy Terry, Henry Thomas, Goodwill Tippett, Henry H Turner, James .... Turner, Bob Groc Turner, Wayne Turner, Blackie Vance, Ethel .... ' Wall, James Stanley ... Ward, H. O Warren, Chester ' Washington, L. C Watson, E. V. Watterson, Mark Wesley, Willie •Witherford, W. W. Wheat, William ". White, Robert L. White, Willie Whitehurst, Claud Whitehurst, A. T Whitley, Georgie C. . Williams, Amos Williams, Amos Williams, Rosie Van ... Williams, Emma Lee Willis, J. W. Willis, Hazel ........ Wilson, Eddean ... Blevlns Corp. Clark, A. B Stephens, W. C. Blevlns Spec. Bailey, Howell Beavert, O. D Beene, W. M. .. Block, Herman Lee ... Bonds, A. W Boyd, J. W Brooks, Dale •Brown, J. Brown, John H. Burke, Roy Burton, Cleophus Calhoun, Leo Bruce ... Cooley, A. M. Coopwood, Floyd . Corley, E. G Cummings, Clifton Duke, Joe ....... Duke, C. E. ... Fellows, Ada Folsom, W. W Gantt, W. M Glasgow, Kermit Govan, Andrew .... Grey, John !.,.., Harri^, Oscar Howley, A, A Head, Earl Hembree, R. T. Henry, Lawrence Hood, Mrs. Clara ; Howell, Don Huggans, Milton Hunter, Joe' W Johnson, Jimmie Johnson, Vernie Johnson, Thco Jones, J. E '.. Lockhart, Ben ... . , Lyons, J. E Maxwell, Simpson Maxwell, Chas. W McClendon, Frank McGill, Ruben McKnight, Mrs. Gertr McMorris, Pelvin Miller, Don Robert ... Miller, S. M. Miller, A- M Moore, Mrs. Ruby Moses, Gus J. Phillips, Roy Phillips, A. M Rhodes, Wm Samuels, Jack Scott, H S Shapley, L. P Shapley, Delmar ........ Smith, Robert Lee Smith, D, C. 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W 25 Reyehga, John 220 Vines, T, J 65 Williams, 0. C 95 Guernsey Barham, Tenis A 315 Clark, J. Bud 205 Clayton, Ralph 200 Collier, Lloyd 180 Conway, Clarence 140 Cbnway, Robt, 55 jFagan, Dan 375 Gilbert, Flnley 300 Gilbert, Thos. L 455 Gilbert, Chas W. 440 Solden, LeRoy 25 Harris, James M 390 Johnson, Lester 25 Madlock, Ervin 480 Martin, Thos 25 Parks, James 230 Porter. Joe "Baby" .... 75 Powell, J. K 70 Rosenbaum, Mrs. Mable 215 Sinyard, L. A 100 Sinyard, Bessie and Henry 215 Smith, Howard 50 Smith, Australia 410 Smith, Charles James 365 Surles, Joe 25 Thornton, Ray 20 Toner, Mrs. Roy .....'. 485 Williamson, Londell .... 370. Hemp. County Dist. 3 Caldwell, John H 225 Calhoun E. H. .„ 570 Cheatham, Richard- .... 50 Cheatham, Mary Jane 45 Cheatham, Ford 80 Davis, Julius 135 Faucette, Essex Gilbert, C. F Gilbert, Wade Green, Frank Hamilton, Melree .... Harp-is, Flander Hood, Clemmie Johnson, Frank ........ Marshall, Arthur M. Moore, Higeloze .... Moore, Jeff Mosier, Paul T. .... Neal, Walter A Neal, W. A , Norman, Roy .... Sipes, Wm Stockton, A. A Stuart, Rosia ...„ Stuart, Exie B .... Trotter, E. D. Trotter, Isiah "Mat" West, .John Witherspoon, Lemon Bryant, Rufus Chandler, H. C. ;... Elder, Arthur R. .... Hodges; Vernon .... Hutson, A. C Powers, J. E. Taylor, W. R. Varies; Hubert Lee Wisdom,,W. H. ........ Wisdom,; Walter .... 45 605 605 25 65 180 190 55 , 60 , 90 . 85 , 60 , 325 . 185 . 45 . 70 . 460 . 25 . 260. , 210 . 60 , 390 . 55 . 200 . 75 . 630 265 . 300 .220 .295 . 655 . 25 . 45 Formby, L. E. 60 Formby, : G. R 135 Gibson, J. S. Jr 315 Hollis, J. E 815 Hollis. Verdo 590 Huckabee, Rex L 25 Jamison, Curtis 325. Jones, Rex 25 Lee, Hughie 45 Lee r Clinton E 40 Moss, A. R 70 Odom, D. .H. 245 Palmore, Henry 85 Porterfield, J. A. Est. 45 Powell, V. H 140 Rider, J. W 365 Rogers, Homer 50 Shultz, John 80 Turner, Roderick 110 Vines, Horace Jr 120 Vines.. Laverne 75 Ward^W. C. 110 Williamson, Johnny .... 90 Saratoga Arnold,. Emma 25 Barnes,, John 135 Bolls, Chas.. Sr 185 Bradley, Garnell 125 Cheatham, Lee 150 Cheatham, Ford '. 45 Dodsori, Herman 345 Evans, Chas. ..i 30 Franklin, Carrie 15 Greatjiouse, L, E, 100 Green, Rosie 130 Hall, ;Wm. M 45 Hester Bob and O. B, Poland 2000 Hester, C. E -.... 175 Holland, Mrs. 'Madge .. 100 Holmes, Cora Lee and Sj 1.80 17.40 4.09 3.32 18.08 17.40 15.11 16.94 7.51 15.34 2.07 21.05 10.36 1065 864 1150 950 15.79 l.?0 15.11 J.51 Jackson, Glen Jackson, Wm. Henry Johnson McDuffie King, James R Linton, Lee May, Gene M Morton Ernest Moss, Gus Muldrow, Lester Sipes, Herbert James Smith, Calvin C Spring Hill Anderson, Billy Andersen, Ervin A. ... Bobo, J. W Bobo, -J?..8 Brooks, J. W Brown, t)on .-. Burns, tioyce Burn?, Billy Clark, Earl Clark, .Tracy Collins, Brooks, Collins Ponald ... Flowers,, Mrs,, J..F, ... Foster, W- C, • Hagkicr, Jehjn p Houck, John H, Jr. ... Huekapee, Mrs. H. C. Huckabee, Wayne- J. .. . WTOr Key, T. S. Martin, J. B. .. MorgajR, R. 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SlS Stevenson, G. Vi .......*_. 28 (turner, Mrs. J. W» i... 60 Wright, Eiery 40 Wyatt, Jas. It 80 Yocum, Perry u 180 Washington Corp. Dickson, Benjamin £\ 35 Kelly, Kenneth K „ 280 Langston, Lor a „, 75 Odgen, Jimmie ..... SO Saunders, Earl Roy .... 235 Yarbrough, Jessee „. 45 O«n Corp Smead, Autfy i . ... 350 Webb, J. t) 105 White, Willie . . .... 205 Washington Sp«c, Adams, J. E.' 245 Bain, J. E 100 Brewer, Thomas and Bertha 180 Clark, W. C - 70 Jones, Momos G. ........ 260 McFadden, Ernest 50 Muldrow, Maddeus .... 30 Norvell E. 0 225 Orr, James A 170 Polndexter, Eugene .... 40 Powers A L 220 Stuart Worthy 95 Stuart, Henry Lee 230 Webb John W. x 20 White, Sarah and Rick 40 Williamson, Bradley 75 Wingfield, D. C 285 Hope Corp. Ward 1 Ozark Oil Co 510 Ward 1 Supl. Anderson, T. D. 80 Colman, Bob 250 Cottage, Drive Inn .... 200 Green, Milton 50 Green .Buddie > •••• 70 Gulley, W. H. E. 25 ECall, James 40 Hope Drive Inn Theater ISO Jamison, Andrew and Mary 25 James, Jim '. 100 Lois Beauty Shop 300 Mclver, W. G 385 Miller, Gerald 260 Ward 1 Supl. Phillips Edna • .... 25 Poindexter, Governor 100 Prater, Chas 50 Revel, John 350 Rlinc, Izaria .... . .. 50 Sherman, A. L 150 Stuart, Ed 100 Stuart, R. C. 50 Thorton Charley 50 Tyus, Eugene 50 Ware, Perry ..' 35 Warren, Marvin ........ 50 Williams, Hershel 395 Ward 2 Supl. Broom, Vance J 50 • Browning, John H 50 Chism, Ardalia „.. 25 Doyle, Andrew ;. 200 Downs, Farris C 50 Easterling, .K. ,E. ....;..;• 350 Masbn, Joe M 100 Ridgdill, Ernest 130 Thurman, P. A 220 Walker, P. W. 225 Ward 3 Supl. Cromer, G. C. 50 House, Perry 50 Powell, A. W 150 West 4 Supl. Black, Emma 25 Bissick, Frozy 25 Brandon, Elnora 25 Cox, Zadie and Willie 40 Doss, Sylvester 25 Ed's Place . . 100 Johnson, Morgan Sr. 50 Moss, Joella Nelson .... 100 Patton, H. B 50 Reed, Lorene •••• 25 Stokes, Delmer 50 Weston, Melvin 100 Fulton Corp. Everette, John 100 Harvell, Lynn ••••.' 480 Jackson,' Ed 150 Sampson, Johnny 25 ,. Hope Spec. Supl. ,. Arnold, Lee „ 305 Atkins, Jess 100 Bates and Duckett 600 Burton, Leon 100 Bradley, Harrison 25 Bradley, Mariah 25 Juries, E. V 250 Jamison, Hill , • 105 Jones, E. A 100 Kelley, R. C 25 Phillips, Henry 80 Pool, Harold Elmore 75 Smith, Cecil 480 Surnpter, Jack 125 Watkins, H. L 525 Blevins Spec, Boyd, J. W 185 Henry, Lawrence 125 Johnson Sherman 50 Mixon, Fannie and Reese 25 Ritchie, Amon and Melma 250 Shaw Sampson 160 Turner. Grandison 185 Woodson 12 T 25 Woodson, Dale 275 Emmet Spec, Hodeer Albert 250 Williams, LeRoy 315 Guernsey R. D, 20 Edwards, Mrs. A. W. 50 Jackson, Phillip 50 Mitchell, Ozie Rae .... 240 Morrison, J. E „. 800 Rpvnnlds F. L; 155 Supl. HempaUad No. 3 PVmathaim D D 475 Johnson, Sam 95 Porter, Paul 70 Nashville Spec, Supl, Fienbter, Clell 80. Holzwger, Ed 800 Ray, J .E 135 Scoggins, E?sra 835 Tapscott, Herman ,.- 25 5 Webb, J. T 50Q Weems, Devyey * 75 Patmos Spej, Supl, Jamison, Bud ......... 125 Maytan, Frank 35Q RateUU 0, P. «>• •••« 919 ftygere, Clyde ,....,...,.,.,.. §8 ¥«&« V» A v^'-'"* j$H * 4.28 1.78 12.55 4.2* 8.15 2.60 4.82 10.40 $.35 19.01 1.90 TV After i Midnight Is Practical 8y WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK m TWO men with _.„ .horn-rimmed glasses are out to 2.20 prove that network lefeVistdfi after 16.81 3.12 22,43 6.80 15.33 15.95 5.80 10.15 4.17 3.09 16.60 2.00 3.09 2.00 15.09 midnight is practical. They are Sylvester L. (Pat) Weaver Jr., president of N»e, wnft cooked up the project, and Steve Allen, who Is trying io frv.t It oVof in tonight from 11:80 f>- Ifl. to 1 a. m., EST, Monday, through ff| day. It must be based on one or both ot two daring assumptions: (1) that anyone still up at that hoUr would be in a mood for TV, or (J) that you can induce any substan' tial segment of the early'to-bed school to stay up later. While there hasn't been time since the show begin Sept, to provide a conclusive verdict, NBC -'BO'reports it is encouraged and many _ ' . YftctttmVB itQ\fA f/tim«4 <**« «4lf-f<k*tAMt 2.55 12.32 5.52 15.29 3.09 1.46 2.55 4.45 17.69 29.71 5.16 3.37 17.27 12.34 3.37 3.37 4.56 1.87 2.76 3.37 • 6.35 1.87 6.35 19.65 23.73 17.74 1.87 6.35 3.37 22.05 3.37 Q OK eiss 3.37 : 3.37 3.37 2.46 3.37 24.20 3.37 3.37 1.87 12.34 3.37 -.22.05 6.35 8.16 15.83 16.07 3.37 3.37 Sunda g v -^, „ ^n, Lesson present the tlttlett, "Man M to tparks By upward,',' other jcsuc and sreatest of - --. — — — —.. j VMWt *WM&~B1 <rf »iStt are said .to*2 8lr&n*th to kbof;«ihd;i SO U Seems tot \hetd «« *»t Isblated'bf the Bible's *£6otd,« t ir w should be pointed tmt that-.' Psalm is areat because^ v truth and f eaUsm. ft i efieeU? moods la the uresehce'fcM wrrow, and'death »*. the dou rebelilouBhegs^ thfe despiW viewers have found It's different, to say the least It ranges from dull to delightful depending on which night you happen to catch, and neither the viewers nor Allen himself can be sure of what's coming next. The versatile Allen is spreading himself pretty thin in attempting co many hours on the air'but Is smart enough not to try to do it alone. He always has several musical numbers and special gimmicks in reserve. If a particular stunt goes over well, one or more musical mint bers may go by the board, If mem* bcrs of the studio audience sit on Ihelr hands, out come the reserves and some of them are pretty good, such as Woody Herman dojng vocal solos the other night. Allen is at his best in satire, as in a skit in which he played the head of a big audience research outfit studying what people yerp watching. It varies by cities, he said "and in Washington they watch each ether." V/eaver, with an informality unusual for network presidents, had dinner with Allen at a nearby restaurant recently while camera 8l\d mike recorded every word • and bite, < ' AS Job was tempted to and die, ,; . , v But is rises out' of tha Into the great ,exprfssl yer, 'faith, and confidi the beauty 6f the Lord upon us; and establish work of our hands uponj ui;' the work of • our \hands ^eat Thou It." Compare wlthttWi triumphant 'note' with- which closes his 15th chapter ;Ol»I thians, ' ",„ v. JTor the Bible,' if at In telling of 'man's tells of the more aburidan God gives. in the over trouble. • W That 40th Psalm has a : v ticular , message for 4oda ward aspect 'the world .ihV Psalmist wrote was aboi like our pfe 8 ent.da>iy»l< could -imagine.' It had modern discoveries' 'ari and even a greatvpart'- ght have' ibeen,. the irk was far beyond the Psal ledge* and experience/?«Sl • But in essential, -experl the dangers with whiCh'he's fronted, his- situatloi% much like, ours in thislat when -;danger t not; only, i 0\nt supposedly :-,sate^5£i when man's life on,.earth?f possibility J of'destrUc,UdnV^ The Negro Community Or brlnq Item* to MlM Turmf •t Hloki Funeral Heqi* • 9.35 Funeral Home is in charge, 1.87 • 1.87 1.87 2.76 1.87 6.35 3.37 6.35 3.35 1.87 3.37 6.35 6.35 28.27 9.35 1.87 18,21 5.66 30.71 5.66 2.04 2.04 15.89 5.92 5.66 2.04 4.61 4.35 8.32 25,63 6.90 27,53 10.94 7.51 3.24 1.80 16,72 9.50 10.94 1,80 17.85 17.81 81-08 3.80 3,80 18.37 53.64 10.93 20,77 5.27 3.PJ 4.04 37.69 7.51 16.02 16,94 S8.12 445 784 WM M3S Mr. John Henry MqDonnld, M,iss Easter May Weston and 'Miss joy Marion LaGrone. was dinner 'gijesf of Mr. Clarence Hadley and mother Thanksgiving. Jessie Smith of Fulton died Wednesday, November 24. Funeral ar-; rangements are incomplete^ Smith The Hope Fire Department sponsored a Fire prevention poster drawing contest among the schools of the District of which five Jlope- well students entered. They werp as follows: Deloris Brown, fourth grade A; Katherine Jackson fourth grade B; Sarah H. Wfttspt) ?»n4 James C. McFadden, sixth grade A; and Elzie Dennis, sixth grade B. Three of the students were ft* warded prizes by Fire Chief Willi? and Mr. Burke on Friday, November 19. First prize contestant was Deloris Brown $3.50; second prize' James C. McFadden 92,50 and third prize Katherine Ja?kgoi) $2.00 The posters, along with otbet? winning posters, are to be, displayed in some of the , dowp'town store windows. These three students will have a chance to participate^ the National postfcr-drawing concept. Mr. Burke also pointed out that this was the only schppl (o have tjiree winners, , •'That' little; world -.of^ 1st was situated bet conquest, as .^ have warred for : conq pur 'own time,';pre1ft tho south; to' y the west was tending. , they- wer little land of Palcstlric size of our -In 722» before Kingdoms of .' never iq-'be were the 'a*c ot Israel," , anW%llH» stirrd up some>trouble by niy ' their d Saxons. , Then in 580 later, the Kingdom -j of 3, J Southern Kingdom of,rthe^ bes, , was Invade4.'>nd^tiw carded off; in exile'ji6^ From that exile the glorious return' pooks of Bzra glorified 1 }n >rophecieiifa .whiph ' the ' Mrs, Dora Munn and Simmla Munn, Jr., have been called to the bedside of their son and father, Sinvmie Munn, Sr., who js i}) id Los Angeles, California, BEEBEE MEMOI-HAL o* M. ft Rev, T. J, Rhone, Pait*r 9:45 a.m, Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 8 p.m. Epworth League, 8:00 p, m. Evening Worship MT, ZION CME CHWRCH Rev. I, M< Mannlna, Pf|t«r 9:45 a, m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship Ray, John L, 400 Walker, Walter 870 Spi'lnahlll Supl, fiapHman, w. E 35 Lafiferty, Oscar J 5Q Stuart, M. J 75 Turner, frank A 215 Washington Spec, $up(< Ford, J. C m Crreen, Sam 1Q5 Green, Lee „ 05 Goistpn, Wilson, 85 McFaddin, Clemmon „ 295 Smith, Joe 80 OgRTIFICATg' STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF 23.13 17.33 9.19 4.55 12.35 9.80 8.07 §,00 8-27 18,11 it County Oscar Lak ey about 10 mile* was disking pear accident pqou|w*', Deputy Sheriff. said the tractor.* i|p jrtMmP, . lay . for 40 minutes l(Atfeg was the tracer 7i3P p. m., /fiyepglli * **ffP B "l^l! > ll^^^T^f j\ IBTHfLA, W.m.CHWI F, "• W !i»'W<w .fe&Mt. n ,w &v^fH»i^|

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