Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 3, 1954 · Page 16
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Tha oublishftri reserva the rlflht to revlte or edit oil odvBrtlsem.nt! of- ferod for publicotloh and to rei«ct any . obieelionoble odvertlslno submitted Initial* of one of more lettert, oroups or figures such 01 house or tBlephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Stor will not be respoh- -Ilb!r for error. In Want Ad. uneM error, are called to our P"*"" 0 " after FIRST Insertion of ad an* Tnen for ONUY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 - ; Layawdy Open on TrtlKES- BIKES -DOLLS and'Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY, ' 258 VOtJNQ laying hens in pro ductlon. White rock and Rhode Island reds. C. E. Spring, Rt. 1. .Emmet. 12 miles east Highway 4. 27-6t 1947 JEEP, 4 wheel drive, heater good top/ Phone 7-5858. 30-3t Sdxton Wins Dull Battle LOS ANGELKS ;.<P) it isn't fair to .knock two guys who tried c make something ov.t cf nothing 'Or 10 rounds, but the fact remains .oday that the nen-title welterweight match between the champion. Johnny Saxton, and the No, 3 challenger. Ramon Fuentcs, was honestly fought, close with unexcitement. and filled TwoTopSWC Teams Risk Records §y The Associated Press: Texas Christian and Southern Methodist risk unbeaten roccrtls in basketball play tonight following Thursday night action that saw found the champ felor •t.rtlte year with a vie Sportsmen Gather for Duck Calling STUTTGART, ,(/P) — There may be a lot going on in the world tomorrow but people in this little south Arkansas town will kno.v SPORTS ROUNDUP HAYLt TAU10T. NEW YORK I.OThe fall of 1958 only that the World Duck Calling!«» ^ -^ & l £ rc f gUSmy Championship is under way. |^V £ok"-ado will be ready to Upwards ot 5000 festival seek-j throw jt s football team into a full crs duck hunters and durk callei ' 3 | n i ne .g arrl e schedule against lead, rre expected to jam this duck cap-j jn( , g, ic1 j ron powers in every sec ital of the world for the contest-;,.^ of lnc countr y. from Brooklyn the winner by unanimous decision. It also eliminated any public clamor for . a return match for the title, for at the finish bo'h guys were in danger of getting hit with wadded up paper cups sent flying by an impatient gallery. B01S 'D ARC posts. See or write J. M. Walker, Blevins, Ark. l-6t Hope Star SEE THESE GOOD USED CARS st« af HOD. Conwlldqt«d January b, - C. I. Palmer, Pre»ld»nf Atax. -H. Waihburn, S«y-TM«i ot Th. Star BulldlnB 112-14 South Walnut Str««t "Hope, Arkaniai _ V HlOhttay «7 Wei* LUCK'S .FURNITURE CO. J31ty Umlti Wert, fwater Barrels for Salt Ark. UMM Al«x. H. Waihburn, Idltor «, Publlihw faul H. Jono!, Monaglna Wlt»r Jen M. DavU, Adverriilnfl «""«•* George W. Hoimer, Mech. Supt. 1939 CHEVROLET Four door' sedan, good tires, runs The best it can 1947 CHRYSLER New Yorker four door sedan, radio., • heater and runs good 1952 PLYMOUTH Club coupe, good tires, heater. Runs and looks good The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mlit Turner at Hicks Funeral Home tory and Tsxas A&M get in the losers' column. TCU's Horned Frogs whose 92-45 victory ovar Abilene Christian Wednesday nijght was !the most one-sided of the season openers moves to Oklahoma City University. Southern Methodist another easy opening-night victory over Aus tin College stays home to take on Texas Wesloyan. Both Baylor and A&M open their seasons T hur sday ni ght Baylor with a 07-63 victory over Hardin- Simmons and the Aggies in an that will decide which caller is best in the world at talking to ducks. State champions from a dozen states spread from Califoinia to Illinois are scheduled to compete. There were 17 entries in the first This sounds like short notic?, considering that elapses in tha third service school are rot sched ukd to boein until next July and that it will have toilmit itself to frcshmzm spoils its first season, Whitworth Is Named Coach of Alabama There were 17 entries in me nrsi *•-•-•••• • — . , „ . world champ.=onship duck calling But we *re advised by Bob Bow,, contest the brainchild of three f visitor from the ^^...^ Stuttgart residents in 1936. First thai the y boy, ain just $250 C. W. and R. A. Hicks attended the' Arkansas Burial Association meeting at the Hotel Marion in Little Rock on Wednesday, December 1. Entered os second elosi motter «f MM Pdrt Office at Hope, Arkaniai, ITnderThe Act of Moreh 3, U»7. Member of the Audit Bureoii el. Circulation! t ji s Supply Co. EAGLE ^ Subscription Rotas (payable In advance): •v carrier In Hope and neighboring townt— Per week •:,'5X Per year ••••••••; |1>> . UV By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and. Miller coun- ««^ .. is , One month ••••• •*•? Three months fix monthi - ,• •On* year All other mall— One month , Three monthi Six months ...» 1947 CHRYSLER Windsor with radio, heater, fair tires, good finish. (t- O f~ C\ Runs and looks n / jl J good : ^J£-<~>\J 1952 CHEVROLET De Luxe four door sedan. • Radio, heater and rh Q O C clean new seat n O v J covers ^Y ^ ' *-> NUNN - MCDOWELL MOTOR COMPANY Your Chrysler-Plymouth ... Dealer East 3rd and Walnut. . • 2-3t On November 29, Mrs. Fannie Alexander surprised her mother Mrs. Polly Stroughter with a tur key dinner on her 78th birthday Lemon ice cream and cake were served for dessert. The guest lis included: Mrs. Josie Frierson, Mrs. Mary E. Watkins, Mrs. Warnie Lloyd, Mrs. General Phillips, prize was a hunting coat valued a $6.60. Today the contest draws thou big a hurry to take off. "They want the people to see their team as soon as Possible," , Mrs. Lue Daniels, Mrs. Parlee Murphy, Mrs. Addie Clark and husband. Mrs. Stroughter received some lovely gifts. ::::;:::::;;. i.«o T.'.'l 4.50 The Texarkana Spiritual Harmo- nizers will give a musical program at Rising Star Baptist Church Sunday night,'December 5, sponsored by the junior choir. The public is invited. 85-63 loss to the Univelsity of Houston. The A&M defeat turned out to 3e just a case of too much Don Joldebuck. The seven-foot Houston center controlled bth backboards and gave A&M only occasional chances at rebounds. Boldebuck led the scoring with 24 points follo-ved by Aggie guard Roger Harvey with 19. Harvey's performance was heartening tc the Aggies since he's a sophomore. Houston stayed in control of the ball getting 93 field goal Httempts to 53 for A&M. The Cougars jumped ahead 7-0 before A&M scored. Baylor sayed in control throughout its clash with Hardin-Simmons leading the Cowboys by margins cf from four to 17 points all during the game. Bob Trcmsine's two free throws V--Q H-SU a 2-0 lead in the opening seconds but goals bv Jerry Jordan Capt. Don Dickson aril Bill Dalton bui : t an 1C-13 lead for Baylor in the first ten minutes and the subs began coming in. The Bears ir.oved ahead 35-27 by halftime. Dalton led Baylor with 13 .points. Trcmaine paced Hardin-Simmons with 14 10 of them coming on free throws. • -LUUUY UlU UUHLirav viici»o ...v.-v. n.vji ,*.«... „ , . Air l -*1~,,, sands. First prize for the world's he says. "Col. Robert Whitlo\\, - - - - v .,] 10 I-E.S been named the school s first athletic director, had at last count received corrcrpondence contest now is a S1000 U. S. Savings Bond plus a trophy. Sporting goods manufacturers from OpUl lUlg J^lJUUa ni u i n-i icn-n.ii.v.ioiiviiuvw LI ni- i w \. *-••-— ; *4'> all over the world pile on olhar lorn 58 collescs and univei-sitic prizes. seeking games with the academy He should have no trouble getting 1 10 z;;r 3,25 6.50 13.00 'HREE Walker Deer hounds, uaranteed .to hunt, jump and run a deer. See Cyril Orren at 'Oi> ren Service station, 3rd and Elm iHMAN SALES 'New Boston Road 4A U. S. A. Service it;cars, pep us before .••JfouibMy. - tOP) PORTER We.t Nafl AeVertlilng Repreientatlvei: A/Ensas Da'le" Inc.; 1602 Sterlck ''•Ido" Memphl. 2, Tenn.; 505 Jexa», •anV pido., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E 42d St., New York 17,. N.. T,; 1/w Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; T«rm|nal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, '° k JSember of The Attoelateo 1 Prew TJiTStflehSed Press Is entitledI exclusively to the use for republ catlpn of all the local news printed in this newspaper, 01 well os all AP new* dispatches, _ Funerol Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL .. The Hopewell P. T. A. will meet Tuesday, December 7 at 7:30 p. m. ' i Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 will meet Tuesday night, December 7, at the. regular meeting place at 8 p. m. Leo Asserts Giants Likely to Be Stronger By JOE REICHLER HOUSTON I/P) Leo Burocher refused to predict another pennan today but declared the New York Giants might be stronger in 195;)! rnd hinted that Brooklyn and Milwaukee would have to be better if they, are to prevent his world champions from repeating. Relaxing in his plush hotel suite while attending the minor Icag'.ie convention here, the dapper Giant manager conceded his job "might be a bit tougher" if the Dodger!; Roy Campanella and the Bravos' Bobby Thomson return to top phys ical form. 1 good schedule together when he's cady." . ., Whether the flying cadets wil ie ready to lock horns with Arm> t ,nd Navy by '58 and turn th service rivalry into a free-for-all Bowie isn't prepared to guess. He •••ays it will depend upon the nia tcrial and that Whitlow has no intention of tossing his boys m TUSCALOOSA. Ala. M Ears) Whitworth, former jama guard and Oklahoma 3. B. Al;i- AS:M J ft li la &«-'*• l « »•••*- . . , ,»ad roach, was named head foot-all coach at the Unviersity of Alabama yesterday to replace Har- Id (Red) Drew. Removal of Dre.w had been spec- dated for srmc time. He had been ,nder fire by the alumni for SRV- M-al years, even though he produced an eight-year record of o3 victories, 26 losses and seven ties, snd took' the Crimson Tide to throe major bowl games. Among the most surprised wa« Whitworth. He said he knew nothing about his chances of becoming the n e xt Alabama coach until Wednesday morning, when he was asked to como to Tuscaloosa by Alabama's acting Athletic Director Hank Crips. He signed a three- year contract. Drew will remain at Alabama as head track coach and associate nrofessor of physical education " Whitworth's salary was not disclosed. He was reportedly making i was over i,..-.. — hope is to be ready to play Dame by the early 1960s. Next year's freshman, team al • ady has a tentative schedule culling for games against vne ireshmen elevens of Denver, Colo rado, Colorado Aggies, Wyoming Utah. New Mexico, Karras and Oklahoma. The initial class at .he t..ir academy, which will be sit uatod at Lowry Air Base at Den ver until its permanent Quarters nre completed near Coloiado Snrlngs. will consist of only 300 cadetf. Eventually th e cnrolimen reach 2,406, same as vves Point's. Streets, Hope. . 2-3t GUARANTEED .electric Singer sewing'machine. Take over small payments on $24.50 balance. To see machine Write Box D. % Hope Star/ 2- 3 « Help Wanted "I don't know whether we can _ ' the timc being, at least, i dn or not," he said frpnkly. "Ij. cxpccte d that Col. Whitlow will do know we hevc a Rood ball team. I ^ le as a (hlotic director and It may be even better than last ' _.-,.-, 'ndorsiuuv.1 L^ im.v. The 46-year-old Whitworth played guard on Alabama's 1029, 1930 and 031 teams. He .-;crved as assist- int coach at Alabama, Louisiana State and Georgia, and went to Oklahoma A&M five years, ago where he produced a record 01 ^ wins, 27 losses and three ties. Whitworth -still had a year to go in his A«gie contract, but A&M officials had assured him .hey would nrt prevent him from going 10 Haiik' a iba" A&M athletic director said in SUllwater, Okla., thut it is too early to spccualte on a possible successor. There will be a HeaVen-Hell party at the home of Mrs. Mary Free in Fulton Saturday night, December 4. The. public is invited. Admission is 25 cents. The Friendship' club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mattie Hill, Friday, December 3, at 7:30. The Fourth Sunday was 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-ti , lollond Balers Iford Tractors ,wr roetor Co. io/ Ark. HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Cnll 7-5505 lor our agents A23-1 Mo. AM now taking orders for fresh, coconut and jam cakes through December 20, for Christmas. For font FOUR room furnished apartment Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 220 N. Elm. 10-tt FURNISHED apartment. 4 room d bath, $35. K block from City Hall. Adults only. Ph° ne NEWLY decorated 3 room furnish ed apartment at Pecan Grove See Elmer Murph or phone 7 3471. 29-6 THREE ' ropm furnished apar ment, private bath, Utilities paic Notice Mrs. 4622. Milion Eason, Phone -730-Gt very good for the St. Luke'Bap- tist Church at Sheppard. Although two members have been in the hospital, they are now recovering. The pastor delivered the morning message'. There was one accession- in the conference. The pastor and his members were invited to worship with the Union. Baptist 'Church at Fulton. They were having a Feast Harvest. The table was filled with things harvested at home. A splendid program was held, Mrs. J. Wright was the guest speaker. The ad- Tourney Time Names Seem Justified By pRLO ROBERTON Of trie Associated Press Names familiar to college basketball fans when tournarr.e-nt picking time rolls around appeared prpmiriently on the winning side of I the scores today. " 1 There was Western Kentucky, the nation's eighth ranked team last year, champions of. the Ohio Valley and fourth in the^ National Invitation Tonrnament. Also 10th ranked Oklahoma A&M, kingpin of the Missouri Valley an.d Niagara's Purple Eagles, third in the NIT. Alongside them were such annually potent powers as Illinois and DePaul. All 'won with comparative ease. Western Kentucky downed Gusla- vus Adolphus 90-79. Oklahoma Ag- gies turned back Howard Payne 81-44. Niagara had no trouble with Bauffalo State, 81-60. DePaul romped over Kalamazop 98-46 and Illinois did the same against Butler, year's. But it might be harder to win. II all depends on how much the Dodgers and Braves htOp themselves irom now until thf start of the season. You've also got to remember that every club, shoots at football coach, as Col Earl Red does at Army. Whinow play ££ 4458 vards rushing fnr one record- scored 64 touchdowns to wioe ' marks of 59_set by Army s out the champ. That's the way it shculd be." Durocher also conceded he could use another starting pitcher taut added quickly his team, was set and that he had made no attempt to make a deal here. I Calling Johnny Antonelli and Ru- Iben Gomez his "Mr. Left and Mr. Right," who would pitch every fouV days regardless of the oppo sition,' he said he was counting on Sal Maglie, ' 37-year-old clutch pitcher, as a one a-week starter He said he was ccuntin? heavily on Monte Irvin making a come back and predicted the big lef fielder would climb back into the .300 class again next year. Trading business picked up a.bi as the New York Yankees and Bal timore Orioles finally announce completion of their 18-playc-r tlea The Orioles sent first baseman Die Kryhoski,'catcher Darrell John son, outfielder Jim Fridley, pitche Mike Blyzka and farmhand Te . ed tackle on West Point teams in the early '40s and has had con "dcrable coaching experience pTanf caU^or construction of a ootball stadium at the academy n the 50,000 seat class, as well as and Carl Tasseff fieldhouse of some ty. child is in danger when trespassing on the property of others cutting Christmas Trees. l-6t dress stressed Thanksgiving. The Rev. E. N. Glover conducted the devotional exercise, made a short Delguerchio, an Wichita, to the outfielder Yankees wil f o 5,000 capac 83-34. For Western Kentucky it was the Hilltoppers' 62nd consecutive home court ; victory. talk, while Rev. ^Butler from Tejf-| j,. ;jn i n g the ' name teams in the victory column Thursday night TO person who.has our floor polisher, please return, no. extra charges. B & B Grocery. 2-3t arkana delivered the message.' Selections were by the Junior choir, under the leadership of Mrs. McLemore, while Mrs. Aubrey served as Mistress of Cere- Lost mony. GOLD case pocket watch, 23 jewel, five position, lost in Little Missouri bottoms, South of Highway 67. Liberal reward, 923 East Second St., Phone 7-5805. 30-61 Mrs. Liza Morrison of Blevins died at her home Tuesday, November 30. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. MS? Control Cot INSURED InipeeHon Coll PffUVROOKS **, , Night Phon« Phone 7-2205. 1-tf TWO room furnished apartment, Frigidaire, private bath. Bills paid. Couple preferred. 712 E. BOY'S black raincoat and matching cap, practically new. Please return to Star office. 2-3t Mrs. Ellen Warren of Emmet died at her home Wednesday, December 1. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. - Division. 2-3t BETWEEN High School and town, pair dark rim glasses with silver i-i™ !„ -Di-antio f.-ise. Phone 7- UNFURNISHED house. 7 large rooms and bath. Located two blocks from. town, and is near school and churches. Rent reasonable. Phone 7-2450. 2-3t trim In Plastic case. 2895, reward. The Texarkana Spiritual Har- monizers will give a musical program at Rising Star Baptist Church Sunday night, December 5. Sponsored by. the Junior choir. The public is invited.. were such title contenders as Baylor, South Carolina, Wake Forest. Tulsa, Houston and Arizona. Eaylor had the closest call, just managing to edge Hardin-Simmons 07-63. Sevenrfoot Don Bcldebuck tallied 24 points in leading Houston to a 85-63 triumph over the Texas Aggies. South Carolina brushed laside Georgia 74-54. After a wobbly first ha}f Tulsa beat Creighton, 09-54. Wake Forest had no trouble with Belmont College of Nashville, Tenn,, 96-68. Arizona moved past Arizona State of Fpgstaff 68-58. southpaw Bill Miller, a.nd infielders Kal Segrist and Don Lcppert. Kryhoski stays with the Yankees but Johnson, Fridley and Blyzka go to Denver and 'Delguerchio to Birmingham. Another Baltimore player must be sent to New York by April 1, In the first half of this gigantic transaction two weeks ago, the Picks Little AII-Americcm Grid Team Bv HAROLD CLAASSEN NEW YORK W) — Footbal in the small college level worth while to the players? You will get a quick, firm yes from William (Bill) McKenna o Brandeis, v/hc was named a end on the Associated Press' Li lie All Ameiica team today. McKenna arrived at the Wa tham, Mass., college, one of th country's youngest colleges, foi vears ago from Salem, Mass. U r.ble to make the offense platoo in 1950 and 1951, he was the, tesm's leading screr in two of his final three years. Charing the 1954 Little All America honors with McKenna i;re stars from 10 other colleges. The other end is R. C. (Overdrive) Owens of the College of Idaho, the only junior on the first team VJUJll A-/li v»tj «->-*— J 4V. ,hn Carroll and also erased tha -nodern scoring records of bom asseff and Davis. . Lewis registered 46o points. , N avis' 354 was the previous top mong players at maior colleges ile Tasseff'3 355 was the previous igh among all modern players. Both Tasseff r.nd Davis, Like Lcw- s, played four years. Among those named to the .third cam of the Little All-America quad was Lem Harkey of Collegfi f Emporia. Notice Garrett Willis, Clerk. Orioles sent pitcher Bob Turley and Don Larsen plus shortstop Billy Hunter to the Yankees for pitchers Jim McDonald and Harry Byrd, outfielder Gene Woodling, shortstop Willie Miranda and catchers Gus Triandos and Hal Smith. In another major league deal, the Detroit Tigers purchased left- handed Bob Schultz from Pitts- NICELY furnished 3 room cottage! apartment. Electric refrigerator, bills paid. 917 W, 6th. Phone 74345 pr 7-3406. ... 2-3t Wonted CLEAN COTTON RAGS. NO I overalls, curtains, or silks. Hope Star. Wonted to Rent Mrs. Lizzie Wheaton of Richmond, Calif., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim H. Wallier and other relatives. ARKANSAS WINS CHICAGO (ffi The University of Arkansas team won first place honors in market products judging and in production judging in the 31st annual Intercollegiate Poultry Judging Contest here yesterday. James Deaton of the University director of the Pirates and Tigers, was named to the job of personnel director of the Kansas City club. The title is equivalent to the rating of general manager. of Arkansas won .first place in market products judging. Kansas State College won first The tackles are Joe Veto of Junita and Larry Paradis of •Whitworth. Stokeley Fulton, Hampden Sydney's inspiration, is at center, flanked by Guards Roberi Patterson of Memphis State and Gene Nei of Gustavus Adolphus. Richard Young of Chattanooga already drafted by the Chica* Cardinals, holds down the fullback slot with his 200 pounds. Alvin Beal, quarterback for has no at quar terback with Don Miller spark-plug of bowl-bound Delaware, at oni of the remaining backfield berths The fourth goes to Leo Lewis o Lincoln Mo. University, the onlj repeater .from the 1953 team Lewis, who starred for foil years at the Missouri college, vii TRUCK PAIRS Services Offered mechanics to re« pr truck. MATTRDSS renovation an4 wo* Cobb Mattye»s Co South Washington. Phone HOUSE with 5 to 10 acres of land and large hen house. Preferably near town. C. E. Spring, Emmet, Rt. L ' 1 ' 8t RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus- tpm slaughtering. Phone 7-3381 W-l Mo . water well service, any size pr depth, see or write p, T Clark, Cole, Art*, 18-tf Bf IICAW5I FINANCE THE NOW, DOWNTOWN parking ^ $1 pe week, $3 per month. See cler sit Hotel Henry, phone 7-3*91 1-8 Wonted to Ivy Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Taylor of Kansas City, Kans., were Monday guests of Miss Leanna Taylo;-, and father. Omaha Ready to Enter American Asso. By JOE REICHLER HOUSTON 'ff! Omaha Neb. room modern house to move. Send description and price to Box B, Hope Star. 2-3t HiYI gen from 4X50 wp ' was expected to officially become $ member of the Americen Association to«Jay as the minor league convention comes to a clcse, Anpther development will be the naming of the five-man ^vWtva- ion board by minor league President George Trautman to settle damages due the Western Li-ague for draft of its Denver territory. On the piayer end the Associated Press jearned that the 'Brooklyn team is set to sell vet- wen Third BSP*ro*« piUy CPX for $I9,QR0 w onp P* twp Amwca« Friends of Shirley Dunlap will regret to know that she is ill in a local hospital. , BEEBEE MEMoniAL. «?• M. E. Rev. T. J, Rhone, P«tor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Epwortb League. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship MT. ?I9N CMgHVRPH Rev. I. M, M»nnlri8 9:45 ?. m, Sunday U a.m. Morning 6 p, m- Epworth , 7:3Q p. jn- Evenln,|! Worsjjlp 9-45 a. m- Sunday schooi. U a.m. Morning Worsnip 0 p.m. A. C. E. L. 8:00 P. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld, O. N. Dennlfc Pastor 9; 45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. morning wprsulp, 8: 00 'p.' m'. Evening Worship LONOKE BAPTIST JEWUBCH Rov. F. K- P0W*», 'Pfftor 9-45 a.m. Sunday School 1} a.m. Morning Worship, BiOO 1 ?'. m. 'Evening Worghlp RISING 8TAR BAPTIST Rev. VV. M- ^'fey* Pi ' 9:4$ ».m. SMUday school jj a.m. morning Wpr«Wp. 6:00 p, m- P- T. W- ,„ ,., jj'DJ) p, m, Evening Worship plaT^m honors" in al.-around LaHy re-wrot, the NCAA reeor V. s. Atkins, Solicitor for Plaintiff ohn P. Vesey, Attorney Ad Litem Tov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10 Legal Notice IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS. W B. NELSON AND WILLIAM H. ETTER VS. PLAINTIFFS No. 7684 MARTHA ANN JOHNSON DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, Martha Ann Johnson, is warned to appear in this Jourt within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, W. B. Nelson and William H. Etter. WITNESS my hand as Clerk, and the seal of said Court, this 11 day ol November, 1954. Garrett Willis Clerk (SEAL) I " Weisenb,erger & Wilson Attorneys for Plaintiffs Talbot Feild, Jr., No 7688 In the Chancery Court of. Hempstead County, Ark. Wallace T. Fulton Plaintiff Pattie'Fulton Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Pattie Fulton, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Wallace T. Fulton. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 17th day of Novern- (", | ^^P^a • '^-;M Prlrlay; fcetettifeer 5, H 0 P t S f A ft, H 0 P 6 , A R KAH S AS 'r'f-^L . /.^L-SISI •LONDii COOKIE, HELP MAMA DECIDE WHAT i'milt" t ANYTHING, MOM-'. VOU KNOW I LIK~ WHAT '-'-O-T EVERYTHING WOULD VOU I ^-i VOU COOK LIKE, ALEXANDER Winter Weather ACROSS 3 Active 8 Wings „ p^ff—\9 Put nn ° ^ erlume 9 Whpre bests 13 Mexican coin " "„*, tu-j, 14 Shakespeare's ^xc 1 5 CrTlstmas — — w °lf ho un d 18 Saw-toothed Jg wfreless 20 Merits 23 Come in ,i P, 24 Golf 24Begg e ed -%£%" 26 Dispatched ^ Show 27 Constellation pontemot' 30 Allowance • v 32 Seethed 34 Indolent 35 Weaselturning white in winter 36 Dry, as wine 37 Rip 39 Tangles 40 French seas 42 Started 49 Washing establishments 51 Exclamation 52 Hireling 53 Goddess of discord 54 Employ 55 Direction 56 Oppose boldly 57 Musical direction DOWN 1 Roman date 2 Small bay 1 IZ 15 18 Z a 30 34 * Z5 3 /I "JT 1 49 5t 56 43 m \ M 40 Answer to Previous Puzzle E L t f 1 t • f = i_ . i N 'I a i s s. v •> E • R * S 3 A o •• E P O C i 1 T f S L A M E ' R E , / /I F = [ ) N '/ t F T " • 1 1 i *. t - = 1 t \ * V 1 * o * A •> H ^ ?«< Z ^ ^ 'M ^ i* \ N _ 0 = R 5 A T A T ~ L. H 1 f C A •• A L $ T E R t_ 0 A R . T 1 : e . T A N U 0 L. A T 1= T E t T E R K B \-> e R K. O R S O [p e A M O A 27 Kind of 42 What wintry asbestos winds did 28 Lease 43 Comfort 29 Fruit drinks 44 Weapons 31 Belgian 46 Norse explorer seaport Ericson 33 Ant 47 Kind of wind 38 Reach for 48' Australian 40 French painter ostrich 41 Domineering 50 Color 3 > W/, 3) 37 } m 'tb w W b'i 5b > II m fyffb $> 4b '^ 'B St ft m % 7 li) W \\ m $ 1 K) II Z7 bl 54 H lit f 47 4tt ' 3 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner . r, r. M. Rtg. u. B. Pit. OK "rpr. 1954 by NEA StrHarTi "He's been sighing your name to his report card!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroitb judging. Rev. a couple of minor league .farmlands. The inter-lc^gue transaction, ,m all likh'hood. will b * consummated at the majw league meetinf? in New York next wee^. Th* PAly cwj-ent hitcfc is Brooklyn 1 ? inebU- ity to get wsiym w PQX. it Attorney Ad Litem book while doing so. He models More new than before ever F, a,m a.m. Mornto* " J T.«. g«. u. 6. P«t PIT . - t ?"^w:*** t *'fe' 1 Tfr.ii t for going to, jast sumroerl' 1 ' CHURCH QF GP3 C, U. qr9»iUy, a MBRCURY OZARKIKI HAStTT AKiv§55y A SUGGESTION FOR SUPPER? VJHV DON'T WE Ti'' EVER HAVE ANYTHING 1 LIKE? TIME HAS RUN out BUT 02ARK SMASHED THROUGH 7H % cn AWING OC UINE ANT INTO TH'CLEAR.' vou KNOW WE'RE NOT FUSSV ABOUT FOOD-WE EAT ANYTHING VOU PUT OW OUl OUR WAY By J. K. William! TH'BULUQ'TH WOOPS Nie-VER &AWL.e> VOU OUT vat. MOLT*V wsaar MM* Mm HB WANTS? 10 we eowisi ie THAM A LOT OF VELUM' WOULD/ 56-ARCHE5 REFFLES APAKW6NJT... i WASH TUBBS MOT EXACTLV,,.THI& MftY.BE KBKER «To8FwTc*g&w OOULDMgfiP. V BLOCK ^PICKED'UP ONJ THKTSKIFPTOXITHE CRUDER OBCKU"< LOT O 1 PU22LIW6 THINGS' " . ...__.. T. M. B»f. U. 8. . . . LIFE'S" LOMGEST.MIMUTE CM...t<s4n«»•«...»•. i«. With Major TToopte OUR BOARDING HOUSE ELL, T KiEED A CAfCi Of OIL TO BOO I i AND HER BUDDIE V5OOVD X"E\ BUGS BUNNY •i i ^^ » VT. V>. 1] i* J * ' ^. i . ' ' >..; _2uJj-vLL»:XA <,j< V^JOULD V(9O Lll^e IT^ITrA . A CREVJ COT 2 HERE HB ; COMES NOW ANEW DOS \ POOCH ,?! tfLL LET WOVER HANDLE HIM! OO6 SHOULD KEEP THAT PEDDUN'PEST By Herihbergm FUNNY BUSINESS BUSS WWW PV/OM MV DOOR! ALLEY OOP FOR INSTANCE, I RE-1 EMBER THAT WHERE EVER YOU HAPPEN TO BE.THERE'5 USUALLY A PRETTY SHARP NOT FAR WELL? It's our obstacle course to train husbands who go Christ* mas shopping wjth.thgir^ivesi" PRISCILLA'S POP By Nadine Sel«r SWEETIE PIE _ DUSTED THE HALL AND SWEPT THE PLOOR... TH! STORY OF MARTHA WAYN* M N0w th»t we've wHf rt«t «W thtt l^wffi i . i *i. .' «iuv

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