Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 14, 1954 · Page 17
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M .....,..<........... *0e p«r Inch 6 time* ...; ...... ... ..... ».«. 50c fier Inch Rotes quoted obovs are tor con- rteutlve Inieftlons. Irreflulat- or skip- date ads will tak» the one-day rate. All dolly' classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher! reserve the right ta revise or edit all advertisement* offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted , Initials of am or more letter*, S iups or figure* such at house or ephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star Will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads untai error* are called to our attention dfter FIRST Insertion 'of ad and th*n for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. . PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus< torn ilst'ughterlftg. . Phone ^3361. -"••• - -•• 104 Mo. water well service, any size or depth, see or Clarkf Caie, Ark. write O. T. !9-'tf SEPTIC tanks pumped out. GO any where, any Pr'ospect 7-9989. time. Phone Dec. 6-1 Mo. SMU Scores Upset Over Hbosiers 8y The Associated Prgfe^ Indiana a perennial collegiate basketball standout, has a rocky journey abend to regain JU stature among the nation's cage-powers. Branch 'McCracken'S charges wph the NCAA iliarhpionship in 1953 and 'captured the Big TO crown last season before bo\ving in tha opening round of the NCAA re- gional'playoffs. During the 1953-54 carrmaign the Hooj'iers loast on'y four games while winning 20. Graduation tuo>c its toll, however, and Indiana en- Win Over Hendrix By Thfe. Associated PrfesS Arkansas Tech. the apprrent top Basketball, powci- of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, cotistod :0 sn easy 103-61 victory over Hendrix College at Russellville last night, while Arkansas A&M of Notice POSTED — everyone is ordered to keep off the Cofield brothers' farm,. ll-8t FOR your Christmas Turkey, write Mrs. Vernle Gbynes, Hope, Route 2. Toms, 50c Ib. and Hens, 55c Ib. Dressed. 13-3t CHRISTMAS DESIGNS — Will fill a few orders for door swags, table * arrangements, gift wrap; pings and novelty corsages. Mrs. J. Manuel Hamm, Pr. 7- tered this season without the services of Bob Leonard. Dick Farley and Charlie Kraak Despite the presence oS Bobcats Meet Texarkema Here Tonight Hope's Bobcats will get another crack at the Texarkana Razor- ern 44 Louisiana Stale 73; Texas A&M 61 College, 81-74. basketball'contest last week when Porkers come to the local Tech's Wonder Boys, 15 6t them 1 dourt {or a game ton i g ht starting at 7 o'clock. Irt a'very close contest last Friday night the Porkers nosed out the Bobcats' at Texarkana. However, the. local girls beat the Razor- ettes. . The first game between the girl squads of the two schools starts promptly at 7 o'clock. were used in the game, . were led in scoring by- Paul Ray-Martirt who racked up 30 points. Hi,;h point man for Hendrix \vus Phil Gulhric. with 14. . , : : ' At Monticello. A&M was forced to overcome a first quarter deficit to down Little Rock's Junior College Trojans. Ted Schisler topped Weevil scoring with 21 points. Jim Landers netted 20 points for the losers. Arknasas State, a non-conference team, edged Midwestern University All- of Wichita Falls, Tex., F7-83 on America center Don Sehlundt. Indiana ranked seventh week's Associated Press in this Poll, al- 3186. 14-5t j—^. e'd'ellght'tiie' heart of **>«ry Iltt7eflirl^^ ' ", ^AUTO Hope Star Star o* HoB» 1199! P'rau 1*27 Consolidated January II, 1*2f Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C E. Palmer, prcslaint Aim. H. Washburn, Stey-TrM. at The "Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Sttwrt Hope/ Arkanfcal , , l-of M«ae Ifttb )nner»»rl«i 6rk Guaranteed Day 8«rvl6* — " f Blm *tr«et Phon* ^jtf.jB.^y* f-.f .^-^j. . - "• - fi : $&TE*N SHARES iWralfled Income Fund " rtrtiir available; from,. ' •s:^,'*'--' -- r '-^ -' -- il-*« » f Alex. H. Woihburn, Editor & Publliber Paul H. Jonei, Mandglng Editor • Jeci M. Davli, AdVe'rtlttng M6Aat« George W. Hoimer, Mech. Supt. AM now taking orders for fresh coconut and'jam.cakes, Mrs. Milton Easori,, Phone 7-4622. 14-3t For Sale APPLIANCES • Toasters • Mixers e Waffle Irons • Steam and . Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets, e. Everything in G-E Dorrrieyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE &' SUPPLY COMPANY. Entered o> lecond clo«i moH«r •* Hie Port Office at Hope* Arkaniai, under the Act of March 3, 18*7. Member of the Audit Bureaa el Circulation* . . WeH RNITURECO. ^jDltyl Umltt Wert tr BarreU for 8il* i r .Hor|B,,Ark. ' IOAMI Subscription Rates (payablt In ad, vanc«): •jr carrier In Hope and nilghborlna towni— P«r w»ek — •• •£;> P«r year ; * 13-00 . By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller coun- He*— , ..' On* month .» Three 'monthi. - l-fo fix monthi _ " 2.60 One yea. ........................•••—•••••— *-5° • All other mall(One month ^_..™.™™~—. 1.1 'Three monthi ?-?i •J*. JL_]IIL||L« 6 SO ^wx monini ,...........^.. 1300 ,^,' M««, A*>erthing_iupr«ientat!v«i: »Arkansas Dalllej, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck Sldg., Memphis 2, Tenn.'; SOS Jexat tank Bldg., Dallao 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave'., Chicooo 1, III.; 60it 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla '• .T Member, ef The Aiioeloted >reii: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication . of all the local news printed in thi» newspaper,', a* well as all AP newi dispatches. SEE "Mrsi G. J. Downing for fancy home made Christmas Phone 7-3163 208 Bonner. candy. 7-6t HOUSE located 608 South Hervey. Nice shade tre'es, lot 75 x 150. One block school, Price $2750. Might take used car of truck as first payment. Southwestern Realty Co. 7-4468. Phone Pr. 9-3t ready has lost two of its first four ttdrts. The Hoosiers were upset by Southern Methodist 83-78 last night although the 6-10 Sehlundt scored 41 points. • Indiana also went down to defeat et : tho hands of Missouri last-week. The Hoosiers have posted victories over Valparaiso and Nolra Dame. SMU led at halflime 42-27 and withstood' a last ha'f surge by Indiana that fell short. The Mustangs' accuracy at the foul lina provided the margin of victory. Only one other member of tha top iO saw action last night. Sixth ranked Missouri continued it good record over Big Ten apposition with a 67-56 victory over Wisconsin. The Tigersi a Big .Seven title contender,; lost to Illinois in then- opener, but bounced back with tri- urhphs over Indiana and Iowa before licking the. .Badgers. Missouri is idle tonight but two other Big Seven i.eams \v-ill be in adtion. 'Kansas is host to Tulsa and Oklahoma plays at Baylor. Missouri resumes its non-conference', schedule Wednesday : night against Arkansas at Columbia, Mo Wisconsin led at halftimo... 33-32. but Missouri-went .ahead for good car.'y in, the. second hall. / Norm Stewart tapped the Tigers with' 26 points and alco limited Dick-Cable: :heir home Jonesboro court. High with 26 points for Stnte -,vas Jim Ward who was matched by O'Neal Weaver of Midwestern. Basketball '• By The Associated Press Connecticut 117; Boston College Tt.Uinc 68: Rice 63 Florida 60; Tampa 61 Mississippi State 77; Sewanee 74 VPI 91; The Citadel 6i) Missouri 67; Wi.=conrih 56 Iowa 68; St. Mary's (Calif) 49 Southern Methndift 83; Indiana 78 Notre Dame 89; Loyola (111.) 76 Louisville 81; Toledo 67 Missouri Valley Collesre P4, Kansas City U. 41 CreiRhton 84; Soutli Dakota 76 (Kan) 71 Shuitleff (111.) 73; Southeast Missouri 69 Rockhurst BO; Doane Lincoln (Mo.) 79; State 78 J.C. 74 1 Arkansas Tech 103; Hehdrix 81 Arkansas State 87; Midwestern (TexJ 83 . Panhandle A&M 72; Western (Colo.) State 63 . * Southern California 74; Hawaii* 54 ' . (Neb.) 42 Tennessee Texas Tech 49; Oklahoma A&M Bradley 63; Oklahoma City U. 62 Arkansas A&M 81; Litlo Rock PILLOW'S Girt SHOP Personalized Christmas Cards • Open every Wednesday Night 7:30- 9 P. M. 305 S. Laurel 74 Seton Hall, 95; Providence 67 Bowdoir. 73; Boston University 55 West Virginia -72; Richmond 55 Miami (Fla.) 38; Florida' South- Wisconsin's leading points. Cable had ELECTRIC train, track mounted on plywood. Call 7-4363. ll-3t 1947 JEEP; 4' 1 wheel drive, heater, good top. Phone 7-5858. ll-6t scorer, to 12 averaged 28 points in three previous games. Three teams in the second 10 j came through last night. Louisville] No. 1, scored its sixth btraight success by downing Tolc do 81-07 as Charlie Tyra netted 18 points; Iowa, No. ]3, registered itf 65th consecutive non-conference victory at home, trouncing St. M&ry's of California 68-49; Notre Dame, No. ?.Q, heat Loyola of Chicago for the 12th time in their 12-game series EO-76. Undefeated Seton Hall extended its winning streak to five games \yilh a D5-67 conquest over Providence. Two free throws in the last six seconds by Harry Scaling gave Texas Tech a 49-48 decision ovor the Oklahoma Aggies. Bradley i-taved off a late rally to edi,'e Oklahoma' City 63-62 and West Virginia wrested the Southern Conference lead from Richmond with an uphill 72-66 success. Brandeis recorded its 17th victory in a row with a 103-88 roinj: 'over' Wheaton-, while Louisiana State got back on the winning.trai with:a"71 : G3 triumph over Texas •A&M. FOR QUALITY and Let us fill those Vital Prescription! for speedy delivery from 7 a. m. -to 7 p. m. . Registered Druggist on duty at all times. Call PR 7-3424 DEPENDABILITY Crescent Drug 225 S. MAIN ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF ANDY S Located at East 3rd & S. Laurel Streets A Complete Line of LION PRODUCTS Gas - Oil Lubricants - Tires Batteries and Accessories ROAD SERVICE < ANDY" ANDREWS Phone 7-3887 East 3rd & S. Laurel uilder's Supply,Co, Funeral Direcfrori AND lUSED GLASS •INSTALteP <,, AND U8ED.PART9 pit CarBpsee-U« before S- _ you buy. PORTER OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . ;' PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas. Cajl, 7-5505 lor our Agents A23-1 Mo. Help Wonted ,, v olland Balers inTractrCo. SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope business Permanent job. Requirements: Male, in 20's, with military ser V^ce' behind him, high schoo graduate or better. Tell abou yourself in letter in own hand writing. Write: Opportunity X P. O. Box 98, Hope. Ark. 274 mechanics to re ^'%|H,?^ ,- - - . . Ir^ony jrjgke car or truck, Mf9,.; h !? v e p complete 'for xall cars WORRY AIOUT IE MONEY BECAUSE FINANCE THE in MS NOW. For Rent UNFURNISHED duplex for ren' 4 rooms and bath. Mrs. E. O Winglield. 115 N. Pnie, 7-2424. 10-3 FURNJSHED apartment, also la: ge front bedroom with two cli sets. Mrs. George Sandefu Phone 7-2125, QUR-piece bedroom suite,, .mapfe. youth-bed, living room divan and chair with nice slip covers. Excellent condition, bargain. Phone 2221 day or 2860 night. 13-3t 'EKINGESE puppies, registered pedigreed, eight weeks old. Ideal for Christmas gifts. Mrs. J. B. Ellen, Jr.,' Phone 7-3406. 14-6t WTIQUE sofa and chair. Solid Mahogany. Headboard, .chest of drawers and dressing • table. Mrs. A. L. Parks, 208 E. 15th. Phone 7-4392, , : . 14-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Item* to Mlit Turner at Hlcki Funeral Home B. B. Chapter No,; 412 Order of| the Eastern Star Twill 'meet Wednesday night, December 15, at BeeBee 1 ''Memorial CME Church at 7:30. Yerger Band Mother's Club will meet Wednesday night, December 15, at the.regular meeting place at 7:30 o'clock. Nelson-Hill Post 'No. 427 will meet Tuesday night, December 14, at Hicks Funeral Home at 8 o'clock. NICE suburban home, 4 bedrooms, two baths, central heating, hard- wo94 floors and two phones. Large Jawn with shade trees. The Humming Bees of Texarkana will give a musical program at the Harmony CME Church Sunday, December 19, sponsored by 11-3 Mrs - Joe Ella Bradley. The Rev, 'J. H.: Hutchinson is pastor. Mrs. Persie Turner had as Saturday guest her and sister-in-law, brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. hedge and shrubbery. Good nei- Jake Turner of Flint, Michigan. '' ' Phone Mr. Baker at 7- ll-3t 4691. Mr. and Mrs. W, M, MuJdrow had . . „ as their week-end guests Mr, and. room modern house on 3 M ,. s G t of Llnle acres. 3 miles to Hope, $27,50 per month. Phone 7-5883. 13-3t Piano For Sale SPINEf piano, practically new. Also upright. Priced reasonable. Phone. PR. 7-3541. 9-3t Wanted to Buy EIGHT or ten brood sows, and ma leg. Also some weaned pigs, Gaod qualify and healthy, Will pay market price or better. B. H. Me- Minn, Box 71, Fulton, Arkansas. Mrs. Lucendia Cooper of Buckner died at her home 'Saturday, 'December 11. Funeral arranfie- nients are incomplete, Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Brooklyn Rudy Garcia.' 128'4, Los Angeles, stopped Gene Smith. 130, Washington 6 New York Kenny Lane 130 . Muskogeon, Mich., outpointed Danny Jo Peres 1S9, f(ew York 1>" Los Angeles Reuben Smith, 136 , Los Angeles, outpointed Au- \ N NEW LION ETHYL .rsAll fhe ? power any motor,cantdevelop NEW LION KNIX-KNOX .;;An the power most motors can develop LION LION CONSTRUCTION Wirigs and lndu§triql BM! Wings f$,specifications. 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