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?PfJ85^?^5- I ( . •'' f -V ar~e H 0 P t S T A ft i HOPE/ARKANSAS Fridtey, Oecembf" 10^1954 fsfl ' fiitt Methis years as League, , attack. ._ tlativc of Wfj- rffst itfas sts-icken home in stiU- MoY attack this l^Ss/.pironouhced dead jf. art little • umpire in earlier this a retirement American League or printing Was clap In China 1040 A fllEYf in .Pearson ' im,$i,SO up > iOON'S JEWELRY LL APPLIANCES ' needs. lUCTRIC CO. 7-2155 ;iAL DISPLAY (-Fabrics vftftrday- 13ORED-TO FIT iWordlawt t Tailor Shop ] CLASSIFIED ' Add Must fie Iti tSifice 6i* Before futtlettlfll J I . -.;-•- *••••••• ' 4 WANT A& RATES AM Wdfrt AA 6i» payabtt In, AjVinc* but fid* Will M qee*0t*4 Over th« tclepKort* aftd Accofhodd- tton eeeounf* allowed '.with tNk ufl* d&itandina th* occoUhf li pdyobl* wh*h itdtemwt It itrdttttt. thrt* On* MATTRESS renovation and Inner* Ipring W6rk. Cobb Mattress Co. 818 South Washington. Phone »-2d22. , liar. 4-tt .75 .90 1.05 1/20 1.35 1.50 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Day! 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 6.00 Month 4.50 6.00 7.150 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 LLDOZERWORK Jciearlng — Dirt Moving ri(l;P6nd Digging. Call >M\DUCKETT >hone 7-3794 h*8t, •V»t ' r«nte»«l 8ervlo« K^M vis; MottrMi C*. Phbn« 7-S2M ASTERN SHARES 7^454 Highway 67 Weit ED FURNITURE CO. p« BtClty tlmlt. Wait ' Barrels for Sale ;f«Wl Hope, Ark, UMW uildler'i Supply Co. '«*••»•'*• ' Service PARTS c»rs. see M* befpre PORTER We* and Holland Balers Ford Tractors Trofitor Co, Ark. IIP Mf POR ypun 5f Word! Jp to IS 16 tb 20 !1 to 25 16 tb 30 H to 35 36 to 40 tt to 45 16 to 50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t t;m§ « 75e p*r Inch 3 times 60e per Inch 6 times ' 50c per Inch Rotes quoted above are tor con- leiu'lve Insertions. Irreoular or skip- dote ads will take the one-day rate, All dolly classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication 1H* following day. The publishers reserve the rlflht to r»vlie or edit all advertisement! offered for publication -and to re)*ct any objectionable advertising submitted Initials .'of, one or" more lettert, eMups or figures such as houte or telephone numbers count as one word. the Hope Star will not be responsible for errors'in Want Ads unleu errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 SEPTIC tanks pumped out. Go Hope Star Star of HOM 1t?9( ConiolldaUd January 1»27 ' It, 1*2* Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Polhier,' Preildent Altx. H. Waihburn, S«cy-Tn*. at The Star Building ' 112-14 South Walnut Hope/ Arkansal Atox. H. Waihbum, Editor, 1 PubllihM Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor J«ii M. Davit, Advartiilng ManogM George W. Hoimer, Mcch. Supt. Entered'as i«eond" clast matter «t Hie Po>t Office at Hope, Arkoniat, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau et Circulation* •Subscription Rates (payable In advance): , ' Br carrier In Hope and neighboring towni— P«r week —.. .25 P»r year 13.00 1 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LoFoyette, Howard, and Miller counties— One month -,. 85 Three month!.., - 1.60 fix months _ 2.60 One yea - 4.50 All other mall- One month M.........~.~— 1.1 ; Thre« month 3.21 Six rnonths 6.50 One V*H~ , 13-00 J««f I Atfvertlilng Repreientatlvei: '•Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick •log., Memphli 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. *•; 1763 Penobscot^Bldg,, Detroit 2, ; Mich.; Terminal'Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon Of all the local news printed in,this newspaper, as well os all AP new* dispatcnes. Service! Offered Montgomery Market, Custom Slaughterinf. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. 'OR water well service, any size or depth, see or Clark, Gate, Ark. write O. T. Wyatt Third as Coach of the Year NfeW YORK .(UP) Henry (Red) Sanders of UCLA's unbeaten Pacific Coast Conference champions today was named college fbblball coach of the yesr in tho ahnOal'pr.ll-conducted by the New York World-Telegram and Sun and Associsted Scripps * Howard newspapers. Sandc-rs, the nation's outstanding cxponc-nt of the single-wing attack. 19-tf was selected by his follow coaches as the season's outstanding member of their profession only members of the American Football Coaches association participate in the balloting. Of the 538 coaches Who took part, 173 named Sunders as their first PINET piano, practically new. choice. Sanders beat out Warren Unusual Fight Film at Rialto any where, any Prospect 7-9989. time. Phone Dec. C-l Mo. Piano For Sale Also upright. Priced reasonable. Phone PR, 7-3541, 9-3t Thfe Negro Community By Helen Turner Phbrte 7-5830 Or brlna Item* to Miss Turner •t Kicks Funeral Horn* Woody) Hayes, coach of Ohio State's Rose Bowl'-bound Big Ten hampjons, by 39 votes. Hayes re- :clvcd 134 first place votes Both UCLA and Ohio State had perfect, i'0 records BoWden Wyatt, whose Arkansas earn won the Southwest Conference itle and a Cotton Bowl berth after being picked to finish near the bottom in pre-season estimates, vas third in the balloting with 94 irst place votes. • ' :' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith announce t the arrival of a baby girl on December 9, 1954. Eld. and.Mrs:- O. -N. Dennis and their two daughters, Tressie and Orene and "their son, Alvin .attended the. 47th..Session-of the convocation of the Church of God in. Christ 1 at Memphis, Tenn., spending five days there December 3-7. Mr and Mrs. George Smith, Jr. announce the arrival of a son, James Edward, at 6:45 a. m. December 10. There will be a fish fry at the home of. Mrs. Effie G. George Fri day night, December 10. Sponsor ed by the Missionary society. The Altar Gift Club of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will mee Sunday, December 12, at th< home of Mrs. Zadie Jones at 4 p m. All members please be present There will be. a musical pro gram at Mt. Zion CME Church lunday night, December 12. The lublic is invited. Keels, a native Of Ozan died Wednesday, December 8 in Flint, Mich., Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Notice AM now taking orders for fresh coconut and jam cakes. Mrs Milton Eason, Phone 7-4622. 8-3t Help Wonted 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 WAITRKSS, bus boy, dish washer and cook. Apply 118 E. 3rd, be tween the hours of 10 a. rh. am 6 p. m. ' 8-3 THREE small kid saddles Mrs Graydon Anthony, Phone 7-5550 8-3 Real Estate for Sole As an extra added attraction at Hope Teams Win Two From Texarkcma Hope's Junior basketball team clowned Texarkana 45 to 43 here last night in an overtime period. Polk led the locals with 20 points and Wiggins made 7. Texarkana's Morrison was high point with 30. Teams made up ol 7th and 8th graders of the two schools battled it out with the Hope lads winning 34 to 29. David Watknis and Johnny Graves led the way. Isaac Logart 145 Havana stopped Calvin Davis 140y a New York 2 „ , Erie Pa. Emil Brtko Pittsburgh outpointed Joe Tuveile Buffalo N. Y. 8 (heavyweights but exact weights not available) An Alaskan bull moose may weigh 1,800 pounds. 1919. A sports TCU Dumps Bradley in CagejPIay By JO.HN CHANDLER . . •Of The Aosociated Press- Bradley and Penn State, a couple of powers in the NCAA Basketball Tournament ; last spring, are finding the sledding pretty rough' as the young 1054-55 collp«e basketball season progresses. Their backers hope it's just a bit of early Rialto Theatre this week-end, patrons Will see a complete film of the ring action in the famed Jack Dempsey-Jess Willard fight which gave Dempsey. his crown July 4, featurette by John Larder, in the November issue of True Magazine, concerning that fight, -recounts one of sports history's oddest incidents. In the first round of the battle Dempsey floored Willard seven times. When tlie round ended, the hulking champion was sitting on the floor. • • The referee had already raised Dempsey's hand in victory, and the fighter had left the ring to be swallowed up by the crowd when timekeeper managed to gel the referee's ear long enough to tell him that the bell ending the round had sounded three seconds before Willard was counted out. Only trouble was, a stray piece of rope had become entangled in the bell and deadened its sound so that no one but the timekeeper had heard 'it. The officials had a heck of a time finding Dempsey and quieting the crowd sufficiently to 'get the fight under way again. Dempsey 'had to hammer away at Willard two more rounds before getting the heavyweight crown to keep. The film is so intriguing that it has been incorporated in the regular program for fight fans of today. fights Last Night San Francisco. Jimmy Byrne i 234 Portland Ore, and J. B. Reed 192 Vallejo Calif DBJ3W 10 New York tSunnysidc Garden SPORTS ROUNDUP •y OAYLK TALBOT. jitters. In a slim program on Ilic college courts last night,, North Carolina State belted Penn State 99-77 while Texas Christian outlasted Bradley 85-83 It was the third defeat in three games for Bradley, NCAA finalist last spring. Penh State, which ' wen t to the Eastern division NCAA final ' arid defeated Southern California for Ihrid place in the national finals, was .outclassed, by N.C. State in their game at Raleigh The Wplfpack, led by two towering centers Cliff •Dw'yer. and Ronnie Shavlik, rolled up a 53-36 half time lead and was never in trouble Shavlik plunked in 35 points and Dwyer cntributed 21. .Jess Ar- nclle, the Penn State star and BEEBEE MEMORIAL. C. M. E. Rev. T.' J. Rhone, Pastor 9:45 a.ra, Sunday School: Mrs. A, B. Yerger, Supt. li a.m. Morning Worsmp 6 p.m. Epworth League, 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a. rn. Sunday-School S. J. Johnson, Supt 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p. rh. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening worship captain, Fcored 20. At Peoria, 111, Texas Chrstan made if 3-for-4 but almost blew big lead in the final 17 points At' that point TCU led 53-3(5 but Bradley put on a terrific rally as Lee Utt, Fred Dickrhan and Harry Hansen combined for 12 points while TCU was limited to a free throw, TCU's J. Bryan Kilpatrick, who led all 'scorers with 22 points, mad e two free throws with 43 sec- ends remaining to make it 85-81 before Dickman scored for Bradley from the field with nine sec- NEW YORK (tflBasketball 'is a 1 game which hr.s evolved ' slowly since the late Dr. James Naismith first hung a pair of used peach baskets on the wall in the YMCA at Springfield, Mass., back in 1891 and invited his charges to have a 'shot at the makeshift targets. It has taken a long time and many a change in the rules to bring the winter sport to its present high polish and make it without much question the greatest specatoi- sport in this country, as well as a popular favorite throughout much of the civilized world. We had thought, in fact, that tVio possibilities for improving the game had about been exhausted until we dropped in on a scramble between the professionals .the other night and discovered that the money boys have stumbled upon 'something really good in the form of their new 24-second rule. It means simply that they must take T. whack at the basket within that length of time or • lose^ he ball. Stalling to run out the clock anc protect a winning margin .a Iways has been the worst feature of basketball. . Our first impulse was to go running to the colleges and urge them BETHEL A. M. «. CHURCH 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Rev. W. R. Leake, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs E. M, Nelson, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 'Trying To Do The Right Thing The Wrong Way" 6:30 p m. 'Organization of Christian Endeavor League. 7:30 p, m. 'Evening worship CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School itrs. Myrtle Richardson, Supt 11 a.m. morning worsnlp. 6 D.m. Y. P. W. W. 8:00 p. m, Evening Worship onds left Washington State and Gonzaga chalked up victories in the first double-header played in the new S'/a-rnillion-dollar Spokane (Wash.) Coliseum. • Gonzaga then the State 69-68 on Ron Bennink's one- hander with only 20 seconds left took Whilworth 70-60, Cougars nipped Utah to play. In New York, Madison Square Garden opened its 21st season of college basketball, and the- Seton Hall Pirates rallied in the final seven minutes to defeat Western Kentucky 98-85 after St. Joseph's of Philadelphia downed Manhattan 78-68. Louisville theii since thn considerable PILLOW'S GIFT SHOP Personalized Christmas Cards Open every Wednesday Night 7:30 . 9 P. M. 305 S. Laurel FOR QUALITY and Let us fill thoie Vital Prescriptions for speedy delivery from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. DEPENDABILITY Crescent Drug 225 S. MAIN Basketball By The Associated' Press Seton Hall 98; Western Kentucky Massachuetts 76; Trinity 61 Texas Christian 85; Bradley C3 Bethel (Kan) 7.; Bethany (Kan) 64. Wichita 72; Err.poria State 47 Southwest Baptist (Mo- 103; Wentworth 64 Kansas City Univ 51; Scdalia AFB 4.. Ohio Univ 88; Morris-Harvey 81 .Drake 83; South Dakota 48 Tabor 50; McPherson 58 'j William and Mary 108: Hampden-Sydney 76 North Carolina State 99; Penn State 77 Furman 98; Newbcrry 56 Noithwestern (La) 79; Southern State (Ark) 65 PhiDips Oilers 70; Baylor 66 East "Central. Okla 82; Austin" 77 Wash State, 69; Utah -i State; G3 Arizona State Terripe 75; Los Angeles State 67 STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds, Farm Buildings and Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost. CALL... PR 7-4683 for complete information. DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. had a tussle before for to pass a similar lav/ at earliest convenience. Wo have been advised, though, the» have devoted. thought to the matter and have r.bout decided that, while the rule is a lifesaver for the pros, it mi«h gum up the college, teams badly. What you've got to atke into account, say the college coaches, is that every player in the national league is 'an accomplished basket 'shooter. That's the first thing he has: to be, and if he also knows a hit about guarding, so much the tetter. You will note, they point out, that the tv/o best shots on a pro team are likely as not to be listed as 'guards in the lineup. In other words, it is no hardship for any •one of their players who happens to 'have the ball to be compelled to fire at the hoop. He is as likely to score as the next one. Take a college team and the situation is vastly different. Even the best teams in. the country are Yogi Berra Named Most Valuable NEW YORK Iff) Yogi Berra, still expressing surprise at bcin.? named the American League's Most Valuable Player, said todoy he's willing to play the outfield for the New York Yankees in 1955. "I'll play anywhere they want me," said Yogi, "third base, catcher, nutrield. Just say the word. But I wouldn't rnind the outfield a bit if this boy Howard comes along" SHE SAID NO BOYNE CITY, Mich (/P) Aviator Carl Demler, 40, proposed Wednesday to Mrs. Evelyn Brandt, a divorcee by -lying across the oily tewing a banner that read: "Evelyn, I love you Marry me. Carl" Yesterday Mrs Brandt gave her answer: "No" 'Everyone was thrilled but me, ' she said SALE Wednesday, December 15 Starting at 1 P. M, F-. Farm Equipment of T. S. McDavitt Estate at McDavitt Farm 6 Miles East of Hope on Highway 67. / T (2) John Deere "A" Tractors with all equipment, Hay-Machinery Complete. / (2) Rubber Tired Wagons. Tractor and Mule Dusters, Rotary Hoe, Stalk Cutter, Roller, Seed Treating Machine and other items too numerous to mention. (2) Pair Mules with Harness and all equipment necessary to raise cotton. TERMS — CASH AND CARRY JIM DODSON, Auctioneer BILL ROUTON, Adm. LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH 9'45 a.m. Sunday School IJ a.m. Morning Worshio, 6 p.m. B. T. U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship $250 CASH and small monthly pay ments will let you spend Christ' mas in 'a beautiful new home on Mockingbird Lane., Call T. N. Belew, Owner. 8-3t RISING STAR BAPTIST , Rev. W. M. Erpy, Pastor 0:45 .a.m. Sunday ischpol.' ' Ambers Dunlap, Supt. U a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p, m. B. T. U. 8:00 p, m. Evening Worship defeating 1 John Carroll 96-83 its fourth straight victory, undefeated Drake merely coasted to its second win by drubbing South Dakota 33-48 North Carolina led all the way to defeat South Carolina 38-67 in an Atlantic Coast Conference game. William and Mary rocked Hampden-Sydney 108-76 and Furman over Newberry 98-56 lucky if they have more couple of stars who can IY ABOUT BICAU5I For Rent FOUR room furnished apartment. Electrip refrigerator, Garage. No children. M^s, Ann a Judson, 220 Elm. GARRETT CHAPEL BARTI8T R,ev. F. R, Williams, Pastor 8;-*5 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning worship 6 p.m. B.T.U. 9:30 p. m. Baptist Hour ove Station KXAR. 'SUGGESTED THEME SONG CARTHAGE, 111., (UP) Prof. 10-tf Irville Risgs, noting that Carthage fniYTBTra-MToTTT*T-> j—; 1 TJCollege students ar echccked for UNFURNISHED duplex for rent.' attendance at chaoel bv secretaries 4 rooms and bath. Mrs. E. O, Wingfield, 115 N. Pnie, 7-2424. I0-3t For Sale attendance at chapel by secretaries sitting in a balpony, suggested the students adopt the theme song: "When The Roll Is'Called VTMP Ypnder, I'll le APPLIANCES t Toasters t Mixers » Waffle Irons t steam and Travel 'Irons. * Electric Blanfcets. f Pvervthtog |n OKUHOMA TIRR arSUPPUY ,: COMPANY. M>s'. p. j. Ppwnb>| lor Jancy i home made Christmas candy. Arkansans Make AII-SW Team HOUSTON, Tex I/Pi Two members of the Arkansas AM&N Lions won berths on'the All-Southwestern Colored Conference football team-. Harry Lee of the Lions was placed at one first string guard position, and teammate Joe Davis won a halfback spot : The team was chosen by the league coaches at their winter meet- inf here yesterday Southern of Baton Rouge, rurne.r up in the title-.race, and' champion Prairie squfd Southern, got four men on it; Prajrie View was represented Legal Notice No. 7688 In the Chancery Court of Hernpstead County, Ark. Wallace T. Fulton. Plaintiff vs, Pattfe Fulton ', .. . Defendant WARNING PRBpR The' defendant, Fattie Fulton, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days find answer the complaint of the' Plaintiff, Wallace by three.. The' team: Charles Wright, Prairie 'View, and William Roach of Larigston Tex. College enils; Roaul Meshack of Southern and Elijah Childress of Prairie View, tackles; Lee of AM&N and Charles Lemons of Southem, guards: Harold Trahan of Wiley, Tex., College center, and Elvin Spears and Robert Dinkjns of Southern, Charles Erackins of Prairie Views, and pavis, than a really pour in basket?. The college coach cf necessity must build his offense around these experts, see to it that they are fed the ball as often as possible. If he doesn't he's in trouble with the alumni before he knows it. More often than not, especially against good defenses, it takes more than 24 seconds to work tha ball into scoring territory and eventually deliver it to the crack shooter. To force the average college guard to shoot whether he -wants to or not would be little better than surrendering the ball unyway. It would give the better teams a much greater advantage over lesser rivals than, they now have and make for more one- sided scores, Ihe coaches think. Simpson Named Banking Director LITTLE ROCK UP! Banker Dick Simpson of Eureka Springs will become state banking commissioner in the administration of Gov.- elect Oryal Faubus. Faubus yesterday announced the appointment of Simpson to succeed Commissioner A R. Merritt of Sherrill. Meritt's tcrrn expires Now that you've seen them all...you can judge why the next February Simpson is cashier and vice president of the Bank of Eureka Springs my har/d and the seal of ABRIYBS IN PANAOA c. . ron leader A. R MacKensie, tyo, -years in FIRE IN PUSAN J»USAN, Kir*?? M Fire destroyed 700 houses, a school, and several Quonset huts to the Korean Marine today. The blaze, believed have started from an overheat- %iove, left S. t*. The design that won 30 outstanding awards Now that you've seen virtually all the 1955 for 1955—with lines ana 1 looks that cars, you knpw the low Stydebqker silhou« ette i? the aim of most car designers. But §Jtud>l?9ker has gpne even more distinctive *J are easily a year ahead in smartness. In* creased power and performance, top* New Ipw-level c.9mpetitiY$ prices, mow when you f Friday, December Id, 1954 / M DPI Sf A R , M 0 P t, A ft R AfTS A .S BLONDII If Chlefc COME ON GATHER AROUND. . I BROUGHT MV LITTLE RADIO SO WE COULD HEAR THE BIG FOOTBALL GAME THIS AFTERNOON DURING OFFICE HOUfSS. HUH? 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Copr. 19541>> N6A $tnlm, 1m- pffiper, I think I drive v»ry will haven't Hktn my drivtr'f tntl" A.§oeteftANi TOOK UL AN7TWATOF WASH TUBBS NM10N THKT Pit* ALL KMOWU INSTANT! HE'S IPSOOP DO , KM FACT5-1 OWB E^y WAV TO PROVB IAURPEREP \& TRYING AND HER BUDDIE) «?VLPi«P>V>Ct WC ^Vit Wft\\O\ NOVi «b ^vct evstsv V\Vb BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS By HerihberaM \:-'"'$$t8itii&iM PO: ijwo»'rl.W4' R I*"*-" r5.|. p^f^'- 1 '- J > ft tio- v ALLEY OOP Wr^«o» H |i%a '"Let's put Christmas giving on a sound basis—you give ; , and .I'll r«c_eJveJ"_._L -:...-.. SWEETIE PIE By Nadina Seller PRISCILLA'S POP BUT THEN SOMETHING,., TINGLE THIS MORNING- I THOU&HT/ -J&A I WAS *- 0*^ FALLING IN,, y , LOVE! THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNI

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