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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS tailor Shop .DOZER WORK pflno — Dirt Movtnfl pitPtflBlnB. Call , >M BUCKET? ,6th fit. '*" Phone 74794 CLASSIFIED * ' Ads MuSt fie in d&ce Day Beiofe Publication WANfADRAtlS Art Wont Aft <H* But 6* Will «an aeeauMiiiowed wtth m^ uft* 8«ttf6hcflhd fli* dee&JM U poyobl* wftert tfoterMWt li r«hd»r»d. 14 On* Mwitti 4.50 'AV^^^&£gp-^^ ^^ e heart of IN' AUTO scMte, STORE , WESTERN SHARES . Income Fund pefctut, availabK from • s; Highway 67 West vLUCK'S FURNITURE CO. of City tlmlt* West ' L "' t Water 'Barrels for Sal* EAGLE A ~ On* ThN* J1* SWI # W ^ if&ii # 13 is 7 6 is hi 18 i?§ 83 ^ 6 to 40 20 2.40 4.00 12.00 i? to 45 -35 2.70 4.50 13.50 U to 50 ll50 3.00 6.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t t.'lM «...«.......»» 75C p«f jfieh 3 time* ,...M..~ •••••••• gOc p*r men 6 tlrtW* ,. 50c per Inch Rotes '(Suoted above or* tor eon- Mcutlva insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads Will take the one-day rat*. All dally classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 3 p. m. for publication the followlnfl day. The publishers reserve the rlflht to revise or edit alt advertisements offered for publication and to reject ahy objectionable advertising submitted Initials of of* of mor* lettert, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as ohe word. Th« Hope Stor will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention otter FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star ef Hop* H99; Pr«u 1J2J Coniolldarid January II, KM every weekday afternoon b» STAR rUBLISHINQ CO. C E. Palmer, President AIM. H. Woihburn, Seey-Tn*. at The Star Building : IU-14 South Walnut StrMl Hope, Arkonioi Atox. H. Wpihbum, Editor * PubllriMr Paul H. Jbnei, Managing. Editor Jen M. Davit, Adverthlng Manage* George W. Hoimer, Mech. tuft. , ! Entered at tacond clan matter <rt the Poit Office at Hope; Arkaniai, •nder the Act of March 3, 1«97. For Sold Ldydway Open ori TRIK& - BIKES'- DOLLS ohd Marty Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY . COMPANY. 'D ARC posts. See or write J. M. Walker, Blevins, Ark. l-6t UPRIGHT piano, excellent condition. iSee of .call Lex Helms, Jr., ti05 .S.. Grady, Phone 75552 after 6 p. m. 6-3t Help Wanted Porkers Announce New Schedule FAYETTEVILLE7, ffl The 195.i ootball schedule of the University f Arkansas Razorbacks has been nnour.ccd by the Faculty Com mittce on Athletics. The schedule, listing a renewal ith Okla homa A&M, i ncludes hree consecutive home ga*ries. The schedule date, opponent nd site. Sept. 17, Tulsa, Fayelteville. Sept. 24 Oklahoma A&M Little .ock Oct. 1, Texas Christian, Fayette- ille. Oct. 8, Baylor, Waco. Oct. 15, Texas, Litle Rock Oct. 22, Ole Miss., Memphis Oct. 29, Texas A&M, Fayette- ille. Nov. 5 Rice, Houston. Nov. 12, SMU, Dallas. Nov 19, LSU, Little Rock SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope business. Permanent job. Requirements: Male; 1 In 20's, J with hiilitary 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 Notice All now taking orders for fresh c'oconut 'and jam cakes through December f20, for Christmas. Mrs. Milton Eason, Phone ?• 4622. .-••••-• 30-6t YOUR child is in danger when trespassing on. the property of others cutting Christmas Trees. 1-61 Lost GOLD case pocket .watch, 23 jewel, five position, lost in Little Missouri, bpttorns, South of Highway 67. Liberal reward, 923* East Second St., Phone 7-5805. . 30-6 Mtmbcr of the Audit Burton »f Circulation* ,SAl,ES ,Bp$ton r'm^vfg^ J ' »' l!i;|pryice SED.'GUASS - •^-j)^ ^ „. PXRJ8 y 67 We»t .Subscription Rotes (payabl* In a* vance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring , fowni^- P«r .week .". "••••••••••:„•?? Per year 13.00 By' mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller courv rle«— On* month Three months Six monthi „ One year : All other mall- One month ...i .......... Three month* fix months .', One year s , Ner*l AdveHUIriB Arkansas Dallies, Int.., iuv*. jiti.w~ •lag., Memphrs 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 ef The Anocloted Press! The' Associated Press Is entitled ex- eluilvely to the use for republicatlon Oi all- the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. >..«•*... .85 — 1.60 2.60 .— 4.50 1.10 3.25 6:50 13.00 Representatives! Inc.; 1602 Sterick BETWEEN High School and town pair dark rim glasses with silver trim in Plastic case. Phone 72859, reward. 4-3t BILLFOLD near Owen's Store, contains driver's license and pic* tures. Notify Mrs. Paul Dudney Washington, Ark. . 6-3t BLACK and white hound neai Spring Hill. Reward. Contac D. L. Arnold. Spring Hill Road Route 1. • . 6-3 Wanted CLE.AN C9TXO.N. RAGS. .NO overalls, curtains, ,or silks. Hope Star, ' . : Wanted to Rent HOUSE with 5 to 10 acres'of lajv arid large hen-house. Preferab ly near'town. C. E."• Spring. .Em met, Rt 1. ' ,-.'.-; .1-6 Funeral Directors OAKCKEST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL ... PHONE.7-2123 - ADrl Mo. TF artf>«nd I Holland Balers Co. , ...... , W, 699)* 1140.R , '•> ' ~*i, T ...... ' HERNDON.CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Real Estate for Sale BlevinsWins One of Three Over Guernsey The Blevins Hornets opened their 954-1955 basketball season at lome Friday night by winning 6*116 ;ame and losing two. The Blevins Senior boys outscored the Guerney Senior Boys 53 to 50. Jones led the scoring for Guerney and also for'the night with 22 joints. Bryson and Spicer" were ligh for Blevins with 15 and 14 points respectively. Ttie Guernsey Senior Girls won from the Blevins Senior Girls by 25".to" 18.' Bristow was high for Guernsey with 12 points and Stephens led B'levihs with 10 points. In the Junior girls game, Guernsey eked out a 21 to 18 victory with Adams scoring 12 points. Scor- ng for Blevins were Stroud with 7 points and Wilson and Sewell with 4 points each and Clark 3- points. The Hornets journey to Hope Tuesday night for a three game te- Kentucky and LaSalleCage Standouts Pro Football Player Dies After Game WASHINGTON, ru P) Officials hoped an autopsy tocioy will show whether a fcotball injury Caused the Jet'th of DaVc Sparks, Wofhington Redskin, lineman who collapsed after yesterday's gamn With the Cleveland Browns. Sparks, 26 years old, died last night two hours after his team lost to the Browns, 34-14 in n professional National Football League game at Griffith Stadium. The six-foot, one-inch guard, wfto played mainly on defense, was the second active player in the history of the league to die during a season. In 1948, tackle Stan Ma.utdiri cf the Chicago Cardinals collapsed tnd died in Ihe dressing room about an hour after. a game. Dr. Sidney Tyroler of Arlington hospital said Sparks' death "apparently" was caused by a heart attack. But he said no exact C.JUKC of death could be given until the autopsy is performed today. •There was speculation that a hip injury Sparks suffered during the game may hnve caused a fatal blood clot. The injury, suffered in the Second quarter of the game, was diagnosed as a "muscle bruise' at the time. After resting for five minutes, Sparks went back into the game and played both offense and defense for the underdog Redskins, who, were down to 27 rather than the 'usual 33 players because of injuries. 'He Was listed LE an of- fehs.ive guard but sometimes pla> ed the defensive tackle position, Sparks apperred well during yes terday's game, even after his injury. '.He did not romplain of fee: ing il". in the dressing rocm and was joking with newsmen just be fore leaving for a dinner date. He 'was dining at the home of a friend, Army Lt. Dcminic Colella at nearby Arlington, Va., when he complained of severe chert pain.5 He 'gav'p'ed for- breath and .sudden ly collapsed A police ambulance took him to Arlington hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Sparks, who was single, was sur vived-by his father, Walter Sparks of Lorain, O. The father, who watched yesterday's game on tel eyihion, said he did not plan to go its' Washington but would have the SPORTS ROUNDUP, .ttf QAYLfi TAUBOT. anyone NEW YORK'Ml .Has else been wondering all season why the television announcer would, in r.ome instances, bear down on the phrase "The referee has called an official time out" while, in others, he would content himself with a simple announcement that Siwash had requested a time out? Well, there were times when it nearly got this armchair oracle down. Only thing we cculd con- ude vas that the rules commit- e must hfve gotten together hile we were out of town and one a job on the time-out deparl- icnt. Just what it was they had one, though, we could never quire gure out. Finally swallowed our pride the ,her day and asked. Got an an- ver too. That "the referee has, ,c." is nothing more than a tip the various commercials on the ational Ho6!utp that the time has ome for them to shine. You misfit all it a cue for the hucksters. fc free the 1D55 season with ro- cwed confidence. For Rent FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator. Garage. No . children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 220 -; N. Elm. 10-tf SPEND Christmas in your ow home — for $1,000:00 down . yo can spend Christmas. in you 'own: lovely two oedroom home complete in every way includin floor furnace and attic fan,.mon thly payments' of $45.00 includes insurance and taxes. - • LOVELY two bedroom '• and den home in perfect -condition. 1 Complete with all the extras including large corner lot and several large shade trees, around the house. Can be 'financed to suit G. I. . CALL FOSTER REALTY CO. ,217 S. Main St. 'PR 7-4691 6-3t BURNISHED apartment. 4 rooms and bath, $35. % block from City Hall. Adults only. ?hone 7-2153. 22-tf THREE room furnished apartment, private bath, Utilities paid. Phone 7-2205. 1-tf CLOSE-IN, 5 room house, garage and garden. Call Miss Lillie Middlebrooks 7-2894. 6-3t lite Control Co. iPED -INSURED •UARANTEED Pi Call ?, ^IPPLEBROOKS ^i. Night Phow II .'--•• The Negro Community By Helen Tiirn.r Phone 7-5830 Or bring Item, to M lit Turn.r •t Hloki Funeral Horn. By ED CORRIGAN Of-The Associated Press A couple of familiar • faces Kentucky and La Salle stood out today as the college basketball seas-ori entered the first full week of action around the country. The Wildcats, in-fact, have an opportunity to set a school record Saturday when they play Xayier of Ohio on -the enemy. • court, They've already equalled their all- lime winning streak of 20 games, and if 'they beat Xavier, Coach Adolph Rupp can point to another record. The reconstructed Wildcats have played only obe game, but it was an impressive. 74-50 victory over Louisiana State Saturday night. The''big' gun was Phil (Cookie) Grawemeyer, a 6-7 veteran from last year's unbeaten outfit. : The ' Wildcat triumph, combined with Alabama's 50-45 detfeat by St. Louis, left many a wet eye in the Southeastern Conference. Alabama was figured as the one .team with a chance to edgre Kentucky out of the league title. The St. Louis .game wasn't a league encounter, :ut it proved Alabama a disap pointrhent. La Salle, the NCAA" champion last year, now shows a 2-0 mark and should emerge the class of the East. The Explorers got past their first major test lart night when they thumped Loyola of New Orleans 85-71 w:ih AllAmerica Tom Go!a dropp ing 23 p oints . They have another dangerous foe on tap Saturday in Niagara. In fact, since Niagra dropped Ford ham -.75^61-, it could emerge La Salle's main contender for Eastern honors. body of:his only child sent back t< Lorain. Lipns Manage Tie, Western .t •!&->•• . * ' . •..-•• ision By The Associated Press One-half of the National Footba League's championship brackc was;.'.filled today by the farnilia Detroit Lions. And the other ha figures to be occupied by the eve more- familiar Cleveland Brown for the title .game Dec. 26. The Lions \vrapped up the third straight Western division titl and a chance at- their third su cessiye league cro\vn by rallying for a touchdown in the final four minutes yesterday to tie the Philadelphia Eagles 13-13. At the same . thne the Browns clinched at lerst a tic for the East The recent decision of Harry Matthews to -retire from the ring while I still can walk straight' ecalls the story that his mana er, colorful Jack Hurley, was fond f telling about his first encounter vith the Coast heavyweight in 1949 lathews at the time had been ighting for a decade without get- ing anywhere, roke. Hurley opened and was the conversation Majors Open Midwinter Conference By JOE RESCHLER NEW YORK .m Th e major .oagues opened their annual winter meetings today md the big talk centered on (he proposed trade between the Brooklyn Dodgers • and he Cincinnati Reds. Some qu-irtcrs said the teams already havo completed a alnyer deal, but this was denied. The two club;: definitely have a trade in the making though. The <ey player would bo Brooklyn's Junior Gilliam, the Negro infielc;- er who may linve lost favor \vith Ihe front office. Both the Reds and Philadelphia' are interested in him. The Phillies have offered catcher Smokey Btin;ess and a young out- iy saying he always cut his fighters right down the middle, or 500. Mathews suggested that was L little rough. "What are you makirg now?" Hurley asked. "Nothing," Mot- hews replied. "Well," the manager said, "50 per cent cf nothing sr.'t much. It I take you .on, you'll ie getting 50 per cent of inc." An dthat was how one of more successful pugilistic partner hips of recent times was founded. Matthsws never had cause to ru- ;ret it. The canny Hurley steered lim into one lucrative match after mother, including an ill-fated assault on Rocky Marciano and three -.eavy -noney jousts with Don Cockell, the British Empire chain pion.-Instead of being broke, OVIat- .hews retires a comparatively vcalthy young man. -Conference Players in State Colleges CONWAY, (M A. team pos; ess-ins speed, power and plenty of weight was chosen as Ihe honor squad of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference for the 1954 football season. The team, selected by the AIC's coaches, was released Saturday by conference Commissioner H. L,. McAlister. Arkansas A&M d ominn led ' tht sqund with three men. Champion Ai-kansns Tech. Southern Slate ap.c The College of the Ozarks eRcl placed two mt:n on the team, while | Ouachita and Henderson were re Q I presented by one player each. Ac kansas State Tonchcrs- was the only school which wasn't roprtsen led. Four first Ic-am player? -are re fielder, as yet unidentified. Th6 Reds have suggested, a package deal involving Fred Baczcwski, left-handed pitcher, for Oilliam and either veteran Russ Meyer or youngster Bobo Milliken, boih right-hrnded pitchers. i As late as last night, E. J. rBozzie) Bavasi, Dodger vice- president, wf.d deliberating the cffers. The Reds havo an alternate df'.il vith the St. Louis Cardinals brewing if they fail to land Gilliam. They are seeking n second bcscman with the idea of shiftim; Johnny Temple to third. Relict Pitrher Frank Smith is the Cincinnati bait. , Brooklyn also is expected to do some business with the American: League. The Dodgers finally have obtained waivers on-Billy Cox and are dickering with Cleveland and Baltimore for the sale of the veteran third baseman Cox will so to the highest bidder. The asking 1 rice is $40,000 plus one cr two players of m.'.nor league caliber^; The New York Yankees an4 Boston Red Sox were reported td have had conversation regarding Yankee third baseman Gil Me- Dougald. The Red Sox reportedly have offerer! outfielder Ksrl Olso'1 nd southpaw Bill Henry. The major leagues were almost ertain at their meeting to reject amendment, adoplcd by the linors last week, to ban com'mur- ial telecasts and broadcasts • of accball games outride a club's ome territory. There was a 50-50 chance, how- ver, that 1he big leaguers would grec to reduce Iheir player limit rom 25 to 23. thereby' allowing wo more ployers to be sent an ption to the minors. to, their Jan. 1 Cotton Bowl dale with Georgia ,Tech in Dallas. The trustees aren't certain yet whether it's legal for the stato- suppuited university to awrrd an extra month's salary. In 1953, his first year at -Arkansas' Wyalt .von three games and lost seven. Wyatt joined most of the predictors in expecting nothing better for Arkansas for 1054. The young Porkers overloaded with sophomoressurprisec. everyone. Success at Arkansas marked i.ho second time in Wyall's short cn- pealers from Ihe 1953 Air-'AlC learn. They are backs Sammy Ma> of Tefh and Ozarks tackle Lonnie Quails Allen Howard Henderson and guard Frank Pof of A&M. FIRST TEAM Ends-Bill McGowan A&M ; Pete Fulford, Ouachita. Tackles-Allen Howard Hender son, and Gordon Hcrringtnn, South Guards Fran k Sammy Du mas, Poff, A&M, an Southern. . The Senior and Junior choir of room house, modern con- G a ,. ret t chapel Baptist Church will ^ e " c o!' «u°-"- er »of; aMain c" d f rehearse Tuesday night, December 3v 7>30* 23rd St. Phone 7-3246. 6-3t UNFURNISHED 5 room duplex IVi blocks from town. Call 7-3329. Junior choir of BeeBee Mejnorial EI4IS FOR YOUR $•>*%• i - TRUCK AIRS er* re- truck. FURNISHED 4 room apartment. I 316 W. Division. Call 7-2153. 6-3t' Senior g. 3t CME Church will .re,hea.rse Wed__ nesday night, December 8, : -at 7:30. choir of Lonoke Baptist Services Ottered Church will rehearse Tuesday night, December 7, at 7:30, MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work Cobb Mattre»s Co. 818 South Washington. Phone ,7-2623. Mar. *-tf RALPH Montgomery Marjjet, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 1Q-1 Mo. FOR water well service, any size Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Church will rehearse Tuesday night, December 7, at 7:30, reer that he has built a winner out of a 'lone-time loser. Under Wyatt, the Wyoming cow joys won their first Skyline Con- erence crown in history. Waytt's iVyoming teams won 39, lost seven nd tied one during his five years here. Michiacm Mart Is Puck Call Champ By TOM STUTTGART, IrP) A Michigan Junior choir of Rising Star Baptist Church will rehearse Monday December 6, at 7:30 p. m. duck caller. Mowing "just like I was cu'ilinc; them in 1he woods, 1 ' is the 1954 worid duck calling champion. He is Art Beauchamp, a Flint, Mich., sporting goods dealer. 'The Arkansas stale champ, Homer Taylor, a 44-year-old Jacksonville, Ark., welder, finished second in tlie world contest here I Saturday night. Noah Stnoxneider [of Lake Charles, La,, the.Louis.iana ground out a methodical 34-14 victory over the Washington Red skins. The surprising New York Giant=s, however, maintained a malhema tical chance of tying the Browns by defeating 'IKe Pittsburgh Steei- ers 4-3. The Browns with an 8 ; 2 record, meet Pittsburgh next Sun day..and close out the regular campaign on th.3 39th against Detroit. New York (7-4) wins up against Philadelphia Sunday. In other games yesterday Ihe Chicago Bears strengthened their hold on second place in the West ern division with a 29-7 decision ever che Chicago Cardinals and San Francisco, still -in the running for second place back of the Lions, shut out Green Bay 35-0. Baltimore surprised by defeating Los 'Angeles 22-21 Saturday. The Lions faced a 13-6 deficit with lour minutes to play, they sent Lew Carpenter from a yard out and Doak Walker kicked the tying extra point for bis 38th without a miss. Detroit's first six points came on field 'goals by Walker. Then over NfV ; 'tflr.-, or depth, see or Clark, Caie, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dunlap, Jr., the of write O T'"* Berkeley, Calif., are 19-ti parems o; f a son 'born December 2. Mrs. Dunlap will be remembered DOWNTOWN parking — $1 per'as Miss Christine Mack. They for- week, $3 per month. See clerk merly lived in Hope, at Hotel Henry. Phone 7-3491. l-6t tanks pumped, out. Go any Simmiet .Munn, son of Mrs. Dora Munn was buried Saturday December 4 in Los Angeles, Calif., Mr. •any time. Phpne Munn is survived by three child- pec. 64 Mo. Basketball Th? Milwaukee 102 ^8, phUadeJphia 72 97, Fort Wayne 8e ren and ono sister who live in Chica|o, liUnois, Texqrkq no College to Revive Football TE3JAR.KANA, Tex. if> Football . rytum to Te^arkana Junior College in 1955, Pr$si4ent H. W. StiJweU said the Board o| Regents voted unanimously yesttrdiay to field a foot ball team for the f\r$t th.e champion, was third. Beauchamp,- a native of Hum ;hrey, Ark., in southeast Arkansas, vas competing for the world crown or the fourth time. He finished Oth his first effort. Then he rose o fourth and he was third last yepr. SURPRISE LOS ANGELES, (UP ) Willart riiirst explained he was "just mak- ng a few gallons to sin-prise my pals for Christmas" when government agents seized a still and some 40 p:«llons of bootleg v.-hisltey. Officers agreed that Hurst's pals, in.deed, would have been suipviscd. For bouquet, officers said. Hurst had thrown into Jt old whit key and beer bottles, mustard jars, cleaning fluid bottles, potato peelings, raisins d fermented chicken feed. ers build a practice field atsd underwrite operational costs. The team will compete in a conference which includes Paris, Tex.. Junior Co}lc80. Navarre College, Henderson County Junior College, Blinn Junior College and AH(?n Academy, A,U w$ Jq Wyatt to Get New Auto Today FAYETTEVIT-,LE t UP1 Less than two years ago 'Bowden Wyatt ar rived at the University of Arkan pas from Wyoming,' driving a pick up truck. Today 'the Razovback footbal coach and his wife and daughtei AVill step into a handsome 1955 automobile (Cr.diUac), a gifl from (he people of Arkansas in recog nition of Wyntt's astonishing sue cess with the Razorbacks. That's not all that's in .store loi th<* young Cotton • B^wl-bound poseh- There's the matter of $20, Snfl cpntributed by thousands o: Arkansas people in a whirlwind two-week Bowden Wlatt apprecia tjon drive. On top of that. Wyatt has been a pay increase from $1?,000 to $15,PQO yearly by the University ol trustees. 'Also,, the trusses hop? tp ' Center-Don Demps'ey Tech Backs-Robert Ehren and Lon r.'ie Quails, Ozarks-;-:" ammy May Tech; and Charles Grassi, A&W SECOND TEAM Ends-Don Sevier Tech an imrny Gulp, Southern. Tackles-Bill Chism, Tech an Bill Alexander, Ozarks. Guards Kc-n Syernour, Tec! and Johnny Null, Tech. Center Charles Stricklanc A&M. Backs D on Dye r, • Henderson, Howard Carver, Southern, and Edwin Punk Owen and Jack Allen, A&M. Notice LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT NOTICES Some doctors believe that allergy to penicillin can be the cause of eye cateracts. Notice is hereby given that the following Executors, Adminis- .- trators and Guardian have filed * their Final and Annual Settlements with the Probate Court of Hempstead .County, Arkansas, for approval and confirmation, to-wit: First and Final Settlement of Sceva- Gibson and Charles Dana Gibson. Executors of the Estate of •Jennie Giles McWilliams, deceased, filed November 2. 1954. Final Accounting of Erbert Henry Collins, Administrator with Will Annexed of the Estate of James ^ Arthur Collins, deceased, filed'No- ^ vember 10, 1954. Final Accounting of Emma E. Wiggins, Administratrix pf the Estate . of John G. Wiggins, deceased, filed November 10. 1954. Eighth Settlement of William T. Bain, Administrator with Will Annexed of the Estate of Emily Detraz Bain, deceased, filed November 13, 1954.' Seventh Annual Settlement of the Citizens National Bank of Hope. ~Guardian of the Estate of William * F. Bain; incompetent, filed November 19, 1954. Final Accounting of Bulah Stoy, Administratrix of the Estate of Herman Stoy, deceased, filed November 23, 1954. And all persons interested in the above named estates are ordered to , come forward and file excep-. tions if any they, have within Sixty (60) days from the date said settlements were filed, or they will be ,forever barred from excepting such ^ accounts or any item thereof. Harry Hawthorne Probate . Clerk of . •'•' Hempstead County, Arkansas. By Arthur C: Andei-son, D. C. ,'*' 1st... by far. 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