Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1954 · Page 13
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Hope, Arkansas
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g^sra-,- •** T'VT)» s5-T1 ; #A--^^ • -^^ * ' Thursday, December $, 1$S4 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ^SvWTOr*;*' -*.. /- 5 * ^'V'"" 5 MOM Sf All, MOM, A * * A N S A i Thursday, * ^fs"-MS 1 i I^E: ;'- %9**f\ "" ' sh Some .k'f/P) ftaafifbaeks elided ! Irrjm football to fe . nt the f % h c «, began 4)ay 'date wllh Georgia tech /n the Gdttott Sowl at Dallas. ^yatl had his #iuad .con- central on limbering Up Work, wIHd sprints and Signal drills yes- ay,-and said he wouldn't or«« any heavy Work Jor at least a Week, The team won't do pads •uMfl net Monday < Wyatt and Athletic Director John Batnhill left here last night, for Dallas, where they Will attend a »oon meeting, today ot the-confer- 'ence's football coaches and athletic directors. , , The Arkansas coach said that all members of the squad were in good, condition after the vacation. ,LI. ....I . .I-, a" * ' ' • ' ' ' '•'••'•• — *-" StOTT S IStMAS SAVING SALE racelets fif nickel -silver, 'initials stamped Free Ids-Fed. Tax box. ' '* - tox * ''-Boxed. pfrisCards « " ^' and - • jlfiptfandttoxV- ' Chenille Bedspreads Size 84x99 .$2.77 Cotton Sheet Blankets 'Size 60x76 $1.00 Liquid. Snow , In-Colors 79c Per 'can Tree Lights Large 15 light string. Independent .burning A reg. $3.98 value. $2.98 The Negto Community Of bflnB IteW* td Mllf tUfMi- tt Hlckt Funeral Horn* There will be a fish fry at the home of Mrs. Effle G. George Frid&y night, : iDefcember 10, sponsored by the Missionary society. The public, is invited. The Altar Gift club of BeeBee Memorial CMfi Church will meet Sunday, 'December 12, at the home of Mrs. Zadie Jones at 4 p. m. All members please be present. There will be a musical program at Mt. Zion CME Church Sunday night, becember 12. The public is invited. A BUTLERBROTHERS STORE W JjfaEiSS fr. C—•yf^CI* !•* Ji *^ . „— te2S£s«« s -^t jj4Ji'f-t'i)>.'. ff4 »** m Mrs. Mack Fisher and Charles Jones ot Toledo. Ohio are visiting Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. Carrie People and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pasker. Mr. and TWrs. L. C. McFadden •and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williams of"Detroit ( Mich., have arrived to attend the funeral of their uncle, John W. Williams. Name Teams Continue , to Win "'• By JOHN CHANDLER Of The Associated Press La Salle, Oklahoma A&M. Notre Dame, Loui svile names well known in colk-ge basketball L-ir- cles-cintinued on the victory trail today. All four scored impressive victories last night in the yount 195455 campaign, which saw heavy action in the East, where many Ivy League, quints tuned up for the hot conference race to come. La Salle, winner of the NCAA championship last spring enc! voted the No. 1 team itx.the Associated Press preseasoh poll this. : fall, chalked up its third straight victory by overwhelming Penn Military 94-39.- All America Tom Gola scored ' 18 points in Military 94-89. All America Tom Gola scored 18 points in the 25-minutes he played. Also making it three in a row was Oklahoma A&M, No. 11 in the preseaosn calculations. The Aggies, who defeated Texas 70-63 Saturday, did it again lest night 77-49, Mack Carter led the A&M scoring with 21. Notre Dame made it 22 consecutive home floor victories by beating Northwestern 79-69, and Louisville broke its own scoring record with, a 113-64 triumph over Mississippi State. i. Brown handed Harvard a 51r38 Ivy League defeat while undefeated Connecticut made it S-0 by drubbing Ysle 33-E7. Lafayette spoiled Princeton's opener by win- rnig 85-74, and Colgate tallied 45 points In the secod half to down Cornell 73-52. Virginia marred Navy's home debut by defeating the Middies 79-fiO while Fordham outlasted Syracuse 60-56. Columbia beat Rutgers 85-01 and Pennsylvania thumped Swarthmore 86-58. - • Carnegie Tech upset Pitt 79-u7 the third straight loss for the Panthers. I Jr. a Southern Conference game ' Bichmond defeated Washington fe Lee 95-78 for the Spiders' fourth straight. . . Arkansas went overtime to de feat Oklahoma City 81-76, v/hil Tulsa defeated -Texas A&M 57-4o to make its record 3-0. Purdue defeated -Valparaiso 62 50, West Texas State overcam Hamline 87-64, >and IVtavquett made it 3-0 by taking St.' Norbe of Wisconsin 33-47. One-Platoon Apparently HeretoStay NEW YORK W) College fo [ball has had two years in which to get used to limited substitutions I and "one-platoon" football apparently is here to stt\y, At least the nation's sports writ- ters - and broadcasters say so by a thumping vote in their answers to the Associated Press post-ssason o.uestionnaire. But there'.s solid little score of expers U\ho demand, "Bring back two-platoon football" and a group of others who favor some ielaxatin of | the .substitution rule. The count of those who said a (definite yes or no iii their replies •which" started the day after Arkansas closed out Us season with a '10-0 -triumph over Houston. Starting tackle Jim Roth, forced to sit out the team's last two games because of a knee injury, Will be ready for the Cotton Bowl. I'Wyatt said. | Meanwhile, Barnhill reportedd jthat 'donations to the Wyatt Appreciation fund still are coming j-.reciatlon fund still are cotping in. The drive to collect money lor Wy&tt and his jiides ended last after $20,300 had been cal- Uftctpd. " " rtt got 9 new car ovit pf th» and the rpmaindev of the ,.,.».,»/ wAl be divided among env ntoyus of fae' wmyersity's athletic Was 76 in favor of the present rule and 18 for free substitution. About a dozen rupgested minor modification!!. A .lumber of others were noncomrrtitnl in their replies several pointing out that the two- team system employed by many big colleges has more or less nul- Iff'icd the purposes of the anti-platoon rule. At least it still is a lively sub ject for debate among the football writers. It's great. It separates the men from the boys. It enables the fan? to know the players; it makes our work easier. It has brought back Ihc stars. It's just as good fool- ball, or even better than under the two-pla'.oon system and more interesting. Those are the favored arguments oi the men favoring limited substitution. The opposition argues tliat thn fuality of college play has dropped sharply, that' fewer boys get a chance to play in games after taking a druary pounding in practice and that there's greater, danger of injury to tired players. The neutral comments: range Cards Again Act to Bolster the Team ST. LOUIS M The St. Louis Cardinals, who gambled and won on Wally Moon, bolstered a sas ging bullpen staff but take another look at the wheel rf -fortune today in the person of'untried third base* man Key Boycr. The gamble .developed when the Cards, roreiy in need of relief pitchers for two years, parted with regular third baseman Ray Jn- blonski and starting pitcher Gerry .nley yesterday to get relii-fi;r Staley yesterday to get Cincirihati Boycr, who • came to tho Cards from the Texas League is the No. 1. prospect for Jablonski's third bare vacancy. , Dick Meyer, Caids general man"a lot" to set Smith but said he and Manager Ecklic Stanky felt "wo couldn't make much progress without sn adequate bullpen." Cincinnati use Jablon- 28. <.„.,, admitted the club (rave up th°ir regular third baseman to ro place Bobby Adams. Jalibo, 28 who belted home 112 tuns his freshman year in 1953, hit .298 last season and drove 'in 104 run-? b, TOO ENTHUSIASTIC LOS ANGELES, (UP) George r. Gerald, a spectator at a divorce trial, got too enthusiastic over the judge's decision and leaped to his feet shouting "good fjr you. judge." The judge momptly fined Gerald -A,0 for contempt of court. drive in more than 100 runs, a defensive from a look at both sides good for spectators but bad for players past the idea that it makes no difference to teams substituting "units" to this tart remark: ''No efl'ect whatsoever on larger schools. Small schools seldom had material for two platoons anyway." ' DROUTH FEE Available to farmers from all surrounding counties. Prices quoted include certificate. CRIMPED OATS and MOLASSES 2.48 RANGE MEALxFor mixing withsolt)3.15 iifjsssisrisfflssi 20% RANGE CUBES on ly 3.20 16% DAIRY FEED Only 2.95 GROUND EAR CORN omy2.20 STOCK SALT 1/2 Ton Lots 1.05 WE ALSO HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF FULO PEP FEEDS FUL-O-PEP . '..'. - . EGG PELLETS 4.69 SUGARED ' MOLASSES FEED on, y 195 PORK RATION Only Y 4.40 Wonderful Gift Idea. .. an EXTENSION TELEPHONE A thoughtful, personal gift that is remembered and appreciated 365 days a year We also have a complete Grinding and Mixing Service. HOPE FEED CO - PHONE 7-2547 HOPE, ARK. Think how many steps you could save a loved one every day of the year by making your Christmas gift an extension telephone. With an additional telephone, it's easier to hear it ring ... no missed calls ... saves time and steps in answering. A Bedside Extension Brings Real Peace of Mind. In case of sickness, fire, or burglars, a bedside extension telephone can truly be a life saver. And think how pleasant it would lie to take late evening calls, without getting out of a warm bed. Arrangements for Surprise Giving!. We'll furnish you with a gift card. If you wish, we'll even gift wrap, the extension telephone and deliver it to you before Christmas. Then we'll come back and connect it any time you say. Cost of extension telephone gift service is only $1.00 a month PLUS TAX AND INSTALLATION CALL THE TELEPHONE BUSINESS OFFICE wfiWi ,,,,_,, i , , J T HIS pedal does more/ than just feed gas to an eager and high- powered V8 engine, When you give it the extra nudge that moves it beyond the full throttle posi* tion, something happens that never happened before in an automobile. hear a businesslike purr, which tells you that twenty power vanes, deep inside the 1955 Dynaflow Drive,* have changed their pitch ^ just like the variable pitch propellers on a air liner, ••*'• And with the sameresrft in ifa you get'Up'and-gQ, with a safety>surge of power for pulling out of a tight spot on the highway, Words can't describe it. It's a new sensation-something you simply must try for yourself. There's nothing like it on the 1955 new-car horizon. Fact is, there's a whale of a lot to see and sample at your Buick dealer's, There's fresh new styling. There's higher horsepower in every Buick V8 engine. There's «• new. Air-power Carburetor, And Buick Power Hits New Peaks! 236 HP in the RoADMASTEB 236 HP in the SUPER 236 HP in the CENTURY 188 HP in the SPECIAL -and all with better gas mileage fo boor/ beneath it all there's good old- fashioned integrity in every nut, bolt and rivet, But, this year, don't simply make a visit to the showroom where these trim and thrilling new beauties are on display. The smart thing to do-if you want to know what's what in new automobiles —is to get behind the wheel of a 1955 Buick and drive it, How about doing that soon? OH Roadinaster, optional at exit* cost on otl>tf &r«#, of the HEY! Ben Pearson ARCHERY SETS from $2.50 up MHOON'S JEWELRY SMALL APPLIANCES k for everyday home needs. JOHNSON ELECTRIC CO. 319 West 2nd. Phone 7-2155 SPECIAL DISPLAY Fine New Fabrics Arriving Every Day TAILORED TO FIT Tom Wordlaws Main Street Tailor Shop CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication WANf AD RATES All Want Ads are poyoble fa advance but ads will be accepted over th« telephone and accomoda- tlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payable when statement Is rendered. •lumber )f Words Jp to 19 •6 to 20 !1 to 25 '.6 to 30 II M 35 16 to -40 »1 to 45 16 to 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 thre* Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 One Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 FOR .... BULLDOZER WORK Land Clearing — Dirt Moving and Pond Digging. Call TOM DUCKETT 717 W. 6th St. Phone 7-3794 DOLLS to delight the heart of every little girl — WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE MATTRESSES .Rebuilt or Made Into Innersrrtng Work Guaranteed —— One Day Service ——» DAVIS Furniture & Mattrem C». 110 8. Elm Street Phono 7-3212 CROWN WESTERN SHARES of Diversified Income Fund Prospectus available from M.S. BATES AGENT Hope, Ark. Phone 7-4454 H. E. Lubk Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. EdaU of City Limits West , 60 Gallon Water Barrels for Sale Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. ZXMH* Hope Builder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 Hr" / I f\Vi Q I Up >j NEW AND USED GLASS INSTALLED NEW AND USED PARTS for most cars, see us before you buy. T. O. (TOP) PORTER Owner & Operator. Dial 7-2767 Hope Hy 67 West For Complete Parts and Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Wrlto Fallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 & 1140-R TERMITES CURRY'S Termite Control Co. BONDED . INSURED GUARANTEED For Free Inspection Call A. D. MIDDLEBROOKS Jr. Day Phonai Night Phone 7-2821 7-2822 S«e ihe Bulck-BeMe Show Al|«mol» T^e r WHfN IITTi* ARE DVUT WICK WIU W» KUV 1H8> ^W1*^||M SEE US FOR YOUR AUTO & TRUCK REPAIRS We have expert mechanics with the experience to repair any make car or truck. We also have a complete stock of parts for qll cqrs and trucks. DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE MONEY BECAUSE WE WIU. FINANCE THE WORK. SEE US NOW, WYLIE Glass & Salvage Co, We*t 3rd Street CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 t.'me ; 75c per Inch 3 times t 60c per Inch 6 times 50c per Inch Rates quoted above ere tor corv lecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- dote ads will take the one-day rate. Ail daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisement! offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of ana or more letter*, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be respon- ilble for errors in Want Ads unleu errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and th«fi for ONLY the ONE incorrect .Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent FOUR room furnished apaftfheht. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm. 10-tf COMPLETELY furnished 5 room house with sleeping porfch. 503 Walker Street. Leo Robins 74356. 7-3t Help Wanted 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 hand* writing. Write: Opportunity X, P. O. Box 98, Hope. Ark. 27'tf WAITRESS, bus boy, dish washer, and cook. Apply 118 E. 3rd, between the hours of 10 a. m. and C p. m. 8-3t THREE small kid saddles Mrs. Graydon Anthony, Phone 7-5550. 8-31 Hope Star Star of Hop* 1899; Preji If27 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Atox. H. Woshburn, Secy-TrM. at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut StrMt Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & PubltikM Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Jess M. Davis, Advertising' Managw George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Entered as second class matter «t (he Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. WANTED 'AT ONCE — Man/ or woman to supply Rawleigh household necessities to consumers in the town of Hope or north Hempstead County. Full or part time. A postal card will bring you full details without obligation. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKL-641-271, Memphis, Tenn. ' 9-lt Texas Soundly Licked by Oklahoma A*M Sy thft Associated Press Wednesday night's Southwest Conference ' basketball activity Founded lik? a page from the football season Arkansas won while everybody else lost. The Razbrback eager? handed Oklahoma City an 81-76 defeat for the circuit's only victory in three stsrts. Texas lost to Oklahoma A&M 77-49 and Texas A&M dropped a 57-4.1 decision to Tulsri. Baylor meets Phillips Gfl at Waco rnd Texas Christian faces Bradley at Pcoria, 111., in Thursday night play. Arkansas took its decision 'n Porkers Upset Oklahoma City College Five OKLAHOMA CITY, Okta. OP) Hot clutch shooting by Carroll Scroggins a -id Walt .Sutler jjaveri the way here last night tot thb Arkansas Razotbacks* first basketball victory of the season. and 61-76 triumph over Powerful Okla- Brooks Will Play in Bowl for Seniors overtime aftet; tyinj; the game 7171 in the final eight seconds. Center Walter Butler's two free tosses sent the game pa-,t thn regulation time and Guard Carroll Scroggins basket gave the Porkers an over' time lead they never rplinbulshed. Oklahoma City led through the early stages by as much at 13 points before Arkansas turned on the second'half steam. Oklahoma A&jjl's victory was its third in a row and second straight over the Longhorns, who trailed by only four, points at: half time, but fell: steadily fu'rtherKbehind after intermission ;''••'.'• Mack .-Carter,? -.'d Borger, Tex., import, led thevCoWpokSs with 21 points. John- Schmid; pncpd Texas Member of the Audit Bureau el Circulations •Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— Per week .25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hompstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller counties— '' One month 85 Three, month) - 1.60 Six months 2.60 One year - 4.50 All other mall— One month 1.10 Three months 3.25 Six- months 6.50 One year ..; 13.00 Nofl Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Idg., • Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Associated Press: The .Associated* Press is entitled exr cluslvely to the uses-far republicatlon of all the local news printed in this newspaper, at well as all AP news dispatches. • Basketball By The Associated Press Fort "Wayne 92; Milwaukee 68 ;Rochest;er 106; Syracuse 78 Minneapolis 101 ;Boston. 99 Philadelphia 86; New York 77 An ostrich can run at 40 miles an hour. REPHAN'S With 13. Texas hlt';:i2 of ; .53 ; fi goal tries, compared- with'- 22 of 53 nit by Oklahoma. ; : ••. ' Texas A&.M jumped ahead -13 points halfway v through the first half' but couldnlt ;stop: Bob Patterson thereafter ' a r the Tulsa forward .led the Hurricane to.; victory Patterson was;, b r ril i a n t "berth offensively and!, defensively.: scoring 24 points and grabLing 20 rebounds. John Fortenberry v/as A&M's [top.scorerwith 11 points. homa City. The PorkerS. who dropped their first two garnes, had to go Into overtime to win, but Scroggins cnrne through to clinch the victory :n the extra period. Only eight seconds remained to bo played and Arkansas trailed by two points when Butler, the junior college transfer from Jefferson City, Mo., calmly sank two free throws to knot the score at 7l'till. Then Scroggihs hit tho first bosket ot the overtime period to put Arkansas ahead to r-tay. Tt also was Scroggins who sank a field ?oal to set the stage for Sutler's tree shots. Oklahoma a City started, wi|h a rush and built up a 13-point (.lead oarly in the fii st half. The Porkers came alive in the second quarter, ond cut the Oklahoma City margin to only five points, • 33-33, at.'^halftime. .. .Buddy Smith led the Arkansas scorers with 19 points. Norman Smith pitched in 13, as did Scrog- fiins, 'Butler -hed 11. .-. ' .' Lyndon Lee arid Don. Hollbway were high for Oklahoma City; with 23 points each. .. ' Arkansas has lost to Northwest Louisiana and the • PhilHpr 66. Oil- ers, one of -the nation's better ;scmi' pro teams. ;•• • .-•.-. '': • '• Less than 15 per cent of'^ aged Americans have eye trouble serious enough to interfere with- normal activities, says the Better Vision Institute. - • , -. • . MOBILE, Ala.. - • (# A squad headed by Wisconsin's bruising ball barrier' Alari'(The Horse) Ameehe, and three members of the national, champion Ohio State earn was named today for the Mxtlv annual Senior- flowl game -nt Mobile, Jan. 8. . Also promihertt bh th-- Yankee .earn of seniors wad Bob; McNama*a of Minnesota,.fleet halfback who eel his teani. to a 7-2 record ih the tough Sig Ten the past season Amerliej who set a NCAA rushing record during his four years at Wisconsin, yesterday was named to the Associated Press- All-America , team, McN&mara is " second team member. Eight Big Ten schools are among the 21 who will .send plpyers to the sixth annual classic which will mark their" professional debut. Rose Bowlttniiind Ohio Str.te will have quarterback Dave fieggett, center Bob Thornton and end Dean Dxifiger. , - . Other backs Will be Primo Vil- laneuve of undefeated UCLA. Lindon CroW of Southern California's Rose. Bowl-Team,; Florian Hilinski of'Indiana,; Corky, Taylor of Kansas State, Rbn Drzewiecki of Mot-; uelt'e, .Klax Bi.it kett of Iowa State! j:nd-:Dlek .Yoling'of Chattanooga. Most of tho v54 members of Coach Paul Brown's sqtiad have been ham'eii' to their all -conference' tearris, and 14 received honorable mention on the Associated press team. Brown coach of the profession Cleveland Browns, .has won the past three-.s3i.2or brwl games from Steve, .Owen, ye.teran' pro coach formerly with .the New York Giants Whoi will;i;lead the South team' for the 'shHh straight ,year. ; • Owen 's ' 24 ; member '. Vsuadil-lh eluding' four . All-Americans. y foul second team members and seven who received -honorable mention was announced Sunday. The. four-All-Americans are ; eric Tech Suffers Second Defeat fey thft A466t!ated "Pr*8i • . The kingpSrt of Jittte college b«<!- fcelbail in, this slite, Arkfthsai Tech, foufid mbre thfln^ ft cottld handle at Fort Smith lail rttfht, *nd suffered its second conseeutlvd defeat of the youftg tags Season* Millet's Jewelers, a potent sem1< ro teahi. dropped Tgeh 8r-73. The oss left Tech, whkh lost only hva ;ames last season attd fia§ Voh he Arkansas tntefdollpg!«te Cori« erence championship five tlffces ?n row, with a 2'2 record for this cnson. , TThe rtar*shulded* Jewelers trailed 9-S2 nt the half, but s quick 38 oims in the third period pxlt thWn head to stay end they roasted MAILMAN 'CONFeSSeS' ' WHITEHALL, Wis., (UPJ lenry J Alcckson, retired rtftCf 23 'e?rs as a mailnnn, has confessed vhat some people have syspected hat maiimen sometimes refid postcal-dsi 'Most of them aren't very Inter* estinR," Aleckson said. Frank McDonald. Miami; tacWe Hex Boggan, Mississippi! guard Bud Brooks, ArkanfaSr an er Kurt Burri!?, Oltlahoma. In addition to the .Rose Bo\vl, Senior Bowl squad members will play ir. the Sugar, ^Cotton. Orange md Gator Bowls, and the Shrine East-West and North-Srjt'th and Montgomery Blue-Gray parties be "ore coming here. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL .HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF You'll v/ont to shop "the 1 entire store for gifts-for. every one,oh your list as well as for the home.: Bring your list and we will help you select just the items that will please therh all. Don't miss these specialbuys now at Rephan's. HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our • agents A23-1 Mo. One Big Rack Ladies Winter, DRESSES Notice AM now taking orders for fresh coconut and jam cakes. Mrs. Milton Eason, Phone 7-4622. 8-3t Beautiful new styles and the colors j you want in these dresses. These are $8.00 values now for only Lost $5.98 'BILLFOLD at Basket Factory Friday, with printed name "Mrs. Denvil Sparks." Heturn to Route 1, Hope. 9 : lt Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington, Phone 7-2622. ' Mar. 4-tf One Rack of LADIES RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOR water well service, any size or depth, see or write O. T. Clark, Cale, Ark. • 19-tt SEPTIC tanks pumped out. Go any where, any time. Phone Prospect 7-9989. Dec. 6-1 Mo. Real Estate for Sale $250 CASH and small monthly payments will let you spend Christmas in a beautiful new home on Mockingbird Lane. Call T. N. Belew, Owner. 8-3t Piano For Sale SPINET piano, practically new. Also upright. Priced reasonable. Phone PR. 7-3541. 9-3t For Sale APPLIANCES • Toasters • Mixers • Waffle Irons » Steam and Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets. • Everything in G-E Dormeyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. SEE Mr$. G. J. Downing for fancy home made Christmas candy. Phone 7-3163 208 Bonner. 7-6t 'HOyS;E located 608 South Hervey. Jlice shade trees, lot 75 x 150, One block school, Price $?750. Might take «se<J ear or truck as first payment. Realty Co, Phone Winter Goafs These coats include values 'up to $10.00. Sizes 3 to 6. Buy now and save. Only Turkish Face TOWELS Size 16x27. 6 For , t ' One Rack of Ladies .Winter DRESSES Another big value in dresses you will want, Many styles and new colors. Values to $15.00. Now only $7.98 Ladies Winter COTTON DRESSES One big rack of these cotton dresses that include values up to $5.00, Now only COATS Ladies don't -miss this group of coats. Regular $17.00 values;now only $9.88 Children & Misses WINTER COATS One rack of these coats that are real vplues. Buy now and save. Values to $15.98. Now only Cirtcfnwati -,,. •WilllaW Jefeetl Arkatisak A&M C9 (tielt State OS < ' (ovfeftlfne) k tfolbrada A&M* ?2; (Wyo) 45 . „ WnHtler 1 ' f?3; , (Tempo) 66, . Oregon 82t v MILLER; S.,D. ( . McMirtUS slliiped rf dail with a fia'r .of tte 'asked . guards' la* t>nd \vhen '' the* .she law brought it' to' past lief" atfd 75 Pairs of Ladies Slacks Ladies gabardine and cprdti- \ roy sport slacks that are j regular $4,00 values. Special now $2,98 First Nylon Hose Ladies see these beautiful nylons at this special-price, Ideal for Christmas gifts. Regular 98c vqlueg 2 prs. 98c ] i 1 1 i I i I | I Fresh Fryers Delicious /.; Round Steak i . \l ^' ' , e »l 25 Lb. Sack Lightcrust With Coupon' 8 Lb. Pail PURE LARD Cotton Sheet BLANKETS Extra special,,,, 1.00 Yard Wio> PRINT Extra Special, 4 ydf. 1.00 PHAN S PRIINDLY DIPARTMINT STORi r ir tr H E N S Fr^sh Country Pork Chops 1 .\ . * ^ S.SIiife>fea^l)^^feMifelA»,

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