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VifffVf. 1 ($*•'. M*iH.> • ; f^ .. %.«'<? ' v ^ ' 1 , frt'* t ^ ", , £ Thursday, December 16,1954 H 0 P t STAR, HOPE STAR, MdPI, ARKANSAS Thursday, December 16, . oft tile ta*§ ai tfltendirtrts said , i elose relative^ &&_..-..— it > CLASSIFIED l Mttert-thibllcallffl A<WMu*t fife In Office filf WANT A 'fiffflow jf WofA Wardlow. Toiler Shop f T B * p to IS 6 to 20 1 « 23 ti W 30 II M 35 W to 40 I! to 45 i* ft> 50 •» .60 .7S .90 1.05 1,20 1.35 1.50 SMt- 1.50 iOO 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 6.00 12.00 13.50 15,00 a i i.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY r t?M — : ................ 798 pw jntfl J Hm«» --------- - --------- <0e p« neh ...................... SOe 0*f Inch «uM«d obov« oMi-tor *o»* m»ertlom. Irreoulor of skip- dots, ods will totes th« orwKtay rot*. All dally closslfled odvertlslna copy wtll, b» oeeepted until 5 p. n^ »r oubllcatlon th* following day. The publishers re*erv« ths right to ravlM or adit all adv«ftl«ermntt> of- ftfisd for publication and to , rtltet any ob)»dlonabl» odv*rtl(lng sub- Inlttali. of on« or - nun tottw* Notice $*OSTfiB — everyone 19 ordered to keep off. the Cofield brothers' ' farm." lM*t POft ytnlt. Christmas Turkey, write Mrs. Vernte Goynes, Hope, Route 2. f;0ms, 50c Ib. and Hens, 55c Ib, Dfessed. 13-3t CHRISTMAS DESIGNS - Will fill a few brders for door swags, table arrangements, gift wrap- Jjiftgs- and novelty corsages Mrs. J. Manuel Hamm, Pr. T 14'5t AM- how taking orders for fresh cocdhul and jam cakes, Mrs. Mil- tOn.Eason, Phone 7-4622. 14-3t Tech Seeded 4th in Tournament KANSAS CITY .(#> ^~ East Texas boasting an all-Veteran lineup, will open defense of its NAlA tip-off tournament the tonight against Gustavus Adolphus of St. Peter, Minn. A ball control team, East Texas is seeded in the No. 2 Spot behihfl Springfield (Mo.) State in the eight-team meet and is' undefeated in five games this season. Western Illinois, unbeaten in three games, is'Ihird Seeded with the nation's top scoring team from last season, Arkansas Tech, seeded SPORTS ROUNDUP By GAYLE TALBOT, NEW YORK W>Tlie pleyer ropj lesentatives of 16 big lea {rue clubs re scheduled to meet here Satin- ay, and we have a feeling one of !e delegates, Ralph Kiner, will be mart if he throws his hat into the oofn first to gauge the temper of is associates. There are stron.j ndicaitons the home run hitter H n bad- odor. For Sale ... .. MW •*• *ff*^ *" ...—.-. .— ,,-. Ofoupt or figure* «uch o* houn or telephone number* count a* one word. The Hope Star %lll njf be»re«pon- llble for error* In Wont Ad* unleM error*, are called to. our attention after FIRST. Intertlon of od and then for ONLY th* ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE PROJECT 7-3431 APPLIANCES Hope Star of Hop* !•»») Pmi 1W Janiicry li; IWt PublWwd"every weekday 1 aftefnoon hfy STAR PUBLISHING co. C I. Polmtr, Prnldtirt 4I*K. H. WartiBwiv Ucy-TlWi ,»t Th«-S»ar, Bulldlni 1U-14 Sauth W»lnut SttMl , , , . Ho»«/ Attontoi • Mixers «, Waffle Irohs • Steam and Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets. .• Everything in G-E 'Dormeyer. Mirror^matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. Arkansas Tech, Which shaded Springfield 70-G9 Tuesday night has a 7-1 season record. Springfield, twice a national in tercollegiate champion, meets Ten ressee, A&L in the opening game of tonight's first round (0 p.m. CST). Other first rouV.d £ameer. include Arkansas Tech vs. St. Behcdict's and Western Illinois vs. Rcckhurst. First round losers meet. Friday afternoon and, the winners- Frldajl night. Championship arid eonsola- lion games wilt be played Satur day night. aaer of the Cleveland Indians! I night's schedule pairs and demanded that Hank cut his and Lockesburg senior alary for the coming season from 165,000 to $40,000. Monk recovered 1947 JEEPi 4 wheel drive, heater, good'top,-Phone 7-5858. ll-6t • k i u t iii — ' ' FOUIt«piece bedroom suite, maple ' youth-bed, living room divan and chair,W'ith. nice slip covers. Excellent, condition, bargain. Phone 2221 day- or 2860 night. l3-3t Coach Rates E; .puppies,, registered pedigreed," eight weeks old. Ideal for Christmas gifts. Mrs. J. B» EUen, if., -Phone 7-3406, 14-6t itkitintir'tmi «pMMteA5^> RBHSi '^ l^Hf^fytt *% A ,. ^pfS^I WESTERN SHARES r.ined Income Fund , ktu llabl* fronr^ H. ;w«hbyrn/ Editor * Paul Hi'Jonti, Manoflng Editor . J*ui M., Dovli, Ad««rtlilng M<m«M» , 6«org» W/ Hoimar, Mich. Supt. Inttnt ai Mcond clam m«M«r at Mi* Pott.Ofllc* at Hop*, ArkaMOT, Hnd« tta'Act'of March 3. ANTIQUE sofa and chair. Solid Mahogany.' Headboard, chest of drawers and dressing , table. 208 E. 15th, Mrs.- A. L. Parks', .Phone 7-4392 What lave read, did, as you might Hope Teams in Tournament Play Tonight Play in the Pre-Christmas Nash ville tournament gets in full swing 1 § __1_1_ --i'il- l~_J.1~. ~tT««M * «n *-i« Pt 1« TCU Tangles With Oklahoma City By the Associated Press Texas Christian seeks to repent an early season triumph over homa City, University at Fort Woith in Thursday night's only game Involving the Southwest Con- 'crcnce. The Wednesday night stiirt was a bad one for the loop as Ark&n sas dropped a 77-58 decision to Missouri's Tigers, ranked FJxth na HEUtJ FOR RAPE LITTLE ROCK tfl A 30-year- old white Little Rock man charged with raping a Negro woman, today was bouod over to the Pulaski County Grand Jury by Municpial 'judge Harper Harb. Awaiting action of the Grand Jury is Owen Leon McBates. charged with rsping the Negro woman Dec. 2. tionally. The Porkers fell behird early in the game and could net no ie uici, as yuu IIUKUI. »-*-*- -« * ,p Ju me gctiut- anu i.uLm.i /,v-i ..« wa s break the very tonight with both Hope teams in c i cser thr.n 14 points. They hit only the players' cede. He-'action. The Senior boys meet Hot r , 0 per cent of their shots in spile irst rule in the players I^UK. >-"=\ —•••—"• __„_ ------ -— d to his nev/ boss and bosom j Springs and the Senior girls play Hank Greenberg. general man Nashville. The third game on to- •"•*" _. »-' -_ _ .» _ I ^.i **t.*.« — ««t* n jJn1« *\n i»-r. ATn nVi«till<-> , n time to comply. While Saturday's meeting was Nashville boys. her late husband seUlec in 1913. Short died in May 1954, soon after resigning his post of assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture be- , cause of illness. t <u per cum, ui uii.-n anuia in OH««.- Short was president of the Aro£ second-half improvement thanks kansas Farm Bureau federation to firsthalf rhooting that sank only for 13 years and a member of me American Farm Bureau fctlera- 14-31 *f th* Audit lur»> *l , . ClrcHlatlon* , -s NITURECO. y Limit* Wert' -. «Y B«rrel« for 8«l« ' -Subtcrlptlon Rotes (payable In ad'& .; .;'- < vane«): . ly carrier In HOD* and nelghbarlna 1 •' ' ,, town*— P«r ywr Z!C.VZ".'.'.t«","7.'"~."*1 3.00,' By mall In Hwnpitead, Nevada, LaFayttte, Howard,, and Miller caurn YOUNG, Tender turkeys, 25c per pound, also geese . Johnny Thompson 6 miles West on Columbus 'Road.' 16-3t monthi, ^Jn*) y*a.'^....«.t.. ...... ""All oth«r mall- On*,monir| ........,... "Thr»»''monthi .._.. Six month* .13.00 On*.y«ar ,,...,t.............. ..... ~ ....... . . MrtT A*V«ftUliw RMr*uatallVjMt< Arkanw* DalllM, Inc.; 1602, Sterlek, •Mg.,^M«mphl> 2, Tenn.; 505 Tjxa*, ., , . , Bldg.. Dallai 2, ITwcas: .360 N. hlaan Ave., Chlcaao \i III.;, 60 t, 42d SV-NmrYork. 17, N. Y.S 1763 P«nob«cot 'Blag., Detroit 2; Mlth.; , . Terminal- Bldo,,' Oklahoma City 2, f HW Associated "pre»»F» entitled ex- dutlVely, to the use for republicatlon of,, r allj the« Ipcal newt printed - ln j thl» newspaper,' ae Well' as all AP.> newi dispatches. "The Negro Community Or 7-5880j to Mlu Turner ki FUneral Horn* Arkansas Even By. HAROLD .V..RATUIPE DALLAS WIHis team heat oni of the • Cotton Bowl participant rnd lost to; the other, but- Ctoaci Woody Woodard of Southern Meth cdipt docsnt think thfere'sv onoug difference between them -to' mak a choice of the winner -on New Year's Day. " . • ' •:.;-' "Arkansas, and - Georgia, Tech nre almost as evenly matched as you could imagine," said ,Wood? ard. "They; .have two; different styles of offense Arkansas using the single wing and Tech the split T-but -they both* emJDloy the same type defense, that ,of ; playing .for the breaks.- ' : "I'll say this: It wil\. be a fina balLgame and I don't- think there'll called originally to discuss matters ether than Kiner's srtange way of doing business, it is likely the fel ows will get afound to thfi subject n a hurry. Probably right after heir lawyer J. Norman Lewis asks them to please be seated. Ralph wi'l bo lucky if he escapes vith a censure. It took the game's hired hands a long time and a lot of sweat to -iush through the rule in 1347 which says their salaries could not be cut more than 2"i per cent in a single year. Before that, %vc have been told", it was not unusual'for a player who had had a poor year, err one who had been traded to a second division club to find his pay In play last night the improving Texarkana Razorbacks .defeated a good Blevins team 94 to 70. Bryson of Blevins was the game's high point man by Pack of the eight of 30 attempts. Bud Smith led the losers 22 points. Bob Reither paced Misso uri with 25. with 30 followed Razorbacks with 25. Others games gives Nashville senior boys a 55 to 37 win over Ashdown; Lockesburg's senior boys a 61 to 37 victory over Murfreesboro; DeQueen boys downed Bradley 46 to 41; Bradley girls licked Murfrcesboro 65 to 50 and the defending champion Ashdown girls defeated Lockesburg girls 60 to 45. with ion for 16 years. Arkansons Get Farm Bureau Awards NEW YORK, (UP) Distinguished service awards of the American Farm Bureau federation wcro presented last night to Mrs. Raymond Sayre, Ackworth, .la., -anti posthumously to Romeo E: Short, Brinklty Ark. pled by once-beaten 83-7i> and St. Louis U's mopping Up Mississippi 82-58. Penn State" hit the high score of the night with-a-110-75 clubbing " Colgate.- Wyoming added to The recipients were selected ;from nominations by state farm Marquette 1 bureaus. Awards were made in Billikensi connection with the 36lh annual convention of the American Farm Bureau federation. Mrs. Sayre is past resident oJ the Associatcl Country Women of Oklahoma A&M's woes 50-43; an 3 the World and the Associated, Wo dear Scton Hall-_won its sixth decision men of the American Farm Bu be many points <he finisii'. between them at Funeral Directors The Humming Bees Gospel singers of 'Texarkana will give a musical program at the Harmony *CME Church in Saratoga, Sunday, December 19. Sponsored by Mrs. Joe Ella Bradley./The-Key. J. H. Hutchinson, pastor^ The Altar Gift Club of BeeBee Memorial GME Church will sponsor a fish fry in the basement Friday night, December 17, The public is invited. The Excelsior Chapter Order ot the Eastern Star No, 128 of Washington will have their Christmas . ... Southern Methodist lost to Georgia Tech ; 10-7 early- jri the season. "They are a much .better taal" club now;' says Wbcdard and teat 'Arkansas 2l : 14 -late in the campaign. But , the. Methodists dominated"' the gam e with Tech sboxit as m,uch. as they -.did witl Arkansas. They losfc. tb' the . YelWw Jackets oh, a. costly fumble in th( final ; minutes that Tech converted into a touchdown on a startling pass play. Tech comes here noted< .for th 'home . run',, play^the strike-like lightning run' or. pass. Arkansas i the team that wins them 'in th final minutes. It means . the crowc of 75,504 should come early an si ay cind AKCBEST .rUNBRAI. HOME ' par ty Saturday, January 1, 1955, INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE I at 10;3 o a . m. Members are asked •_. A •** A nr*rtv T^TJ/"\^TW ff _O104l r A 4 no &* :» • S!»)\PORTER 12ND & HAZEL . . PHONE-7-2123 t 0 pay $1.00. AD-1 Wo. TF HERNDON CQRNEWUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7rS50B for our, agent* A234 Mo. Mrs, Willie B Johnson will give a musical program at r Mt. Zion CMS Church Sunday night, December 191 Sponsored by the Usher Board. Help Wonted SKILLED CRAFT training Job open 4ue to expansion Hope business, Permanent job. Requirements: Male, in 20's, with military ser 'vice behind him, graduate or better high school Tell about yourself in letter in own hand writing. Write: Opportunity X, P, 0. Box 08, Hope.' Ark. . 27-tf For Rent Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Williams have 'returned home after spending several \yeeks in Chowchille, California, Mr, and Mrs. Jake Turner have returned ,to their home in Flint, Mich., af r er, having attended the. funeral of Mr. Keel. late. Wopdar'd of game. predicts- tha to the hearts of the men it was designed to protect- against greedy owners, and we-doubt.very much ley will take Kir.er's case sitting oym. Our expectation is they will arry their, protest to Commission r Ford Frick and he will refuse o approve the contract, even hough the American League is prepared to let it ride. Kiner pleads his is a special cafe. He" had a mediocre season vith the Chicago Cubs, and he felt some of his teammates resented he whopping salary he was -draw ng. He believes he will have a Without defeat, 72-55, over Scran- reau federation. She lives on a 60( ton. '. acre farm in Iowa where she and Christmas LIGHTS 89c to $2.98 • Candles White, Red, Green • Hawser Candles. John S.Gibson Drug Co. Phone 7-2201 0 A GIFT SHE'LL TREASURE! Diamond RINGS The perfect gift Large, fiery diamond - Smart WATCHES For all the Family Complete gift display MHQON'S JEWELRY PRESCOTT NEWS Rev. W, 0, Warren P. T. A. Speaker Mrs. ... ducted the December meeting of the Prescott Parent Teachers As- socation which was held Thursday at the Park Elementary School. Mrs. L. L. Buchanan presented the Devotional using Luke • 2. Amelia Harrell and Delor.es Es- afy 13, t .p.. aaii This.! will hot be a pot luck as previously announced. chased from, her or from* Mrs. Jewel Longi These books Will make nice' Christmas gifts. Warren D. Golden present ed the program and gave a most inspiring talk on '"Proclaiming the Better Way." cai-re accorhpanied by Mrs. James | Winners in the roofn count Were: V. McMahen sang two beautiful primary, Mrs.' Nannie Curnmifigs; Park, Mrs. E. B. Johnson; High School, Juniors. ' Christmas carols. "O Come All Ye Faithful" and "Silent Night." Minutes of the last meeting and the .executive meeting were read by Mrs. J. T. Worthlngton and Mrs. O. W Watkins gave the Treasurer's report. A Maintenance Committee for the Tedn-Age Club was appointed: Erb Baker, George Cashman. and R. C. McBrayer.- Mrs. Carl Dalrymple .read the State President's message. A report on the Study Groups was gi- gen by Mrs. Vernon Buchanan. • It was recommended that Mrs. Bemis appoint a committee to discuss with George Wylie the possibility of having a matinee or early movie. Mrs. Worthington read a recommendation of the board that the January meeting of P v T. A. be held at the Park School^ Janu- ers on either side. The cake was decorated with a miniature ttopa- long Cassidy and his horse. Topper. Places were set at the table for the children to.be served fruit jel- lo, cake and fruit drink. Santa Claus • coloring books, candy canes and gum favors were given to each guest. Assisting in the serving were Mrs. Charles Erhart and Mrs. James E. Fairchild. The guest list included: Jahet Bright, Betty Erhart, Vic- & t&a had beeft rivet sage as its o-,\ri grazing, rocks and hafigiftg « Sand ' ~ merit _ Crotch's rivet-beat, and since AH- Be- May others. Ringleader in the attempt V C*1IC l> JLJ1 JgllV, UCV IJ> AJ1 11CX* L) T IV. • • -4 | - t ~ ± lift 41* A We Avery, Cathy Turner, Judy Car-rf^ It • prirt in the fhen, Glenda Martindale, Mike l _?«^ *• Garner, Frank Anderson, Jr., Billy Wayne Erhart, Jimmy Carmen, Jimmy Fairchild, Sammy Scott Steve Hildebrand, and Ken neth Buchanan. mol.th her lips. down hungiily after For no iorhprehensible reason thinking who !a Bill Oliver Celebrates Birthday Bill Oliver, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Oliver, celebrated his sixth _„.„>„ T . birthday with a party at his horned T-Sgt. W. C. Johnson of Little Lt. Will fid Davis and Mrs, Davis of Houston Were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis. include Cal mlntr, and Queenle, who has . promlted to become his bride, because he ba«.'come as starkly Clear as though he Sat had told it, feurkfe had come to her 0 a ot flttl meaning to put her out had jerkcd'meal tmh tag, they ftad bfougfct ~~' ""* man with a de^bJj head hfid fotlgtt n:„_..,, and btsc'uJt. CttM<ih ndtieed iftS and this made if this man had been in last, fight No deubt he had. and Crotch felt the ifl"8e to pilch man Over the rail, VIII now that it waS not necessary. Hd would make come alive anew; he would use her until he had enough snd then An hour later she saw Crotch'discard her somehere elong the go scuffing up the cab'n deck's tivcr as a man throws away a on West Gee St. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The living room was beautifully decorated with an illuminating Santa, poinsettias and holly. The gifts were placed under the lighted Christmas tree. Games were played under -the direction of Mrs. Oliver. Several pictures were made of the honoree and his guests. The dining table .was centered with a large birthday.,cake and white candles in poinsettla hold- *> . setter chance'of'fitting in with the indians and making a comeback jf his 'pay more closely- compares with that of his new teammates. in •DIAL 7-4431 FREE DELIVERY Serving You Since 1896 . . . In compiling a -record of seven victories • •••• against three losses, Georgia Tech' had' 12' plays gaining 40 yards or rripre, seyen of thern &coring touchdowns, and ranging up to. 77 yards.. Arkansas didnt go in for so 'many -'long pass or run plays- but did have six of moro than 40 yards. .But) it was :the come- from-behind. ability that"' marked 1he Razorbacks' ':seaspn v of eight victories ' against , only ictories ' against , only two losses: •They beat ' Texas; Chri'stian in the last 26 seconds; they- y/hippeq Baylor. wilh..Jess. thijn.. seven minutes. to go, • the^ downed ' ' .Mississippi with 3:45 • showing on ; the clock, end they roared, from,, behind for two touchdowns. 1 'in' the. r final miri* uter to- beat Rice; ; ., , , ' ' ' '.'•• Porkers Easy forMissouri, No. 6 Team By ED WILK Of The Asooiated Pre,ss If, as Coach' parky Stalftup ... «ists, Missouri's Tigers Have* ; been ranked among the nation's top col lege basketball teams prematurely what's it going to be like when they hi ttheir stride? -.. he Tigers, figured: in pre-season estimates to give Coloradc some trouble in their Big Seven Conference race, are. ranked No. 6 in this week's Associated Press Poll &nd .they're surging, along like ths Mipsouri river, at flood stage. .Stalcua's. "overrated" Missnuri- ans-' cuffed the Big Ten- in three meetings, spilled Iowa, Wisconsin' 'and Indiana after an opening loss : to Illinois. And now -thejrve j-tnged a- raid op-'the. Southwest Conference with Arkansas the 7758 yictiniL last 'night; as Stalcup used .'his 'reserves more freely than in previous Missouri successes. The Tigers just out-ran, out-shot the * Razorbacks MOORE BROS. FAT TENDER HENS Rock spent the weekend with Mrs. Johnson. Huey Garner has returned to El- ladder. The mate, Goss, WES taking the watch With a revolver strapped to his waist. The deck hands standing sentry positions were all armed and most of them Dorado after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Roy Garner. Prince of Texarkana. Lb. ^OORE&ROS. FKESH Lb. U.S. Davis Cup Team Advances •>* —i • T -„ BRIBANE, Australia, (UP) THREE room modern house on 3 The United states Davis Cup ten- acres, 3 miles to Hope. $27,50 per nig t(Jam rose to the challenge of ' .month.' 'Phone 7-5883. 13-« a strong Swedish squad and storrnr By The A'ssoclated. Press ! New York 88; Syracuse 81 Boston 117; Milwaukee ; 100, Rochester 99; Minneapolis 97 ((Overtime) • '- Philadelphia 99; Fort'Wayne 90 By Th« Associated Press Seton Hall 72; Scranton 55 ' Penn State 110; Colgate 75 Rhode Island .5); Brown 48 Columbia 72; Yale 50 .Duquesne 74; College of Pacific Phone 7-3856. lorge rtock of j% «M, trw«Jki Cpme in ond "15-tf five-set" victory' by Vic Seixas. , __:_| Capture oi both of Ihe opening THREE bedroom house, 1520 S. day matches virtually locked up Main. Some furniture and hea.- the series for the favored Amen- ters. For information see M, C. cans, who now need win only to- Bruce at 1522 S, Main. 19'3t morrow's doubles match or one pi ' two .ingles: ma ches to 52 .—• 1, !•- —-—' ' ' iienge row»w »i &?*>»'*• D ee - *'"*"• HOVSB for rent, or will sell cheap, i <frabert, former U.§. champion ^1-11 n oonn 1fi.3f.j- **ts._ A j H *%nt-i ( vage CP, — ••'•••—"•'"•"--"" • For Rent or Sal* t T|*P pr vpv'tr ' (lenge round Call 7'3390. Service! Otttrt work Cobb Soujb WMbiiMrton, Montgomery Market. torn Jlaughtejrlng. Phone 7-3361. 104 w?ter weU service, any size j»r depth, see py write 0. T, Cale, Arlj, •vM^r i •>! Ifimsi Vj Iw*- »**»-* »' "T« «- 15-3t from Cincinnati. O., hr. had been far off form in practice played with stunnipg brilliance and needed only 75 minutes to blast his way through dangerous Svcn Davidson, fi.4 6-3 8-4 in hte opening match g match that he had been delay ed many minutes by rain. Seizes, present U. S. champion from Philadelphia, tv\«?n batti«fl through » 5(kgame match to down Sweden's veteran Lennart Berge}in 5-7, 6-2, 5-7, 6-2, Co. Holy Cross 96; St, Anselms .58, Mass 104; Boston; •.Univ. . 80 LaSalle 7G; Lafayette 60 . Maine 56; ' Bo\ydoin 55 (overtime) N. C. State 91;, South Carolina 62 » Georgetown (DC) 76; Mt. St, Marys 74 Marquette 83; Michigan 78 St. Louis 8^; Mississippi 08 Missouri 77; Arkansas 58 •Illinois 97; Miami (Ohio) 72 Purdue 78; Notre Dame 58 Pork Roost Dayton 71; Louisville 67 (over time) Bethany (Kan) 58; Augustan* (SD) 53 Lincoln (Mo 83; Kirks ville (Mo) 74 Wyoming 5.0; Oklah^ms A&M 4? where, any Legal Notic< time, Phone §4 Mo- ISTRUCTJOW n*»trtal pylWlrvgs ' sen* Io. 758? In the Chanpery Court pf ]Hfempstead County. Arfc. QUBBN ESTHER HAMILTON Plaintiff y§, MARVB^ HAMILTON pefendant jrt*1*V** ^*-*'^* W*fcf ^™ d,efen4<mt, Mervell H_ .„ • j »ppear in tfei% cojiri .*»y s 5 nd , Kswer. m> Olson Retoins TIHe by Beating Langlois By BOB MYERS ' SAN FRANCISCQ WB Scre'arns of anguish echoed from one sector of the Fren?h boxing front today but the fact remains that America's CarJ <Bobo> Olson St ill holds ? firm grip on the world middleweight Olson, 95, , ft Killing withi Bob Rcite'r, a -3-foot-S center, scoring 25 point. It was 40-24 at the'-half. : ' That v/as'a'bout: the picture nlse .,;here on a 'light night as other rnembers of the itop, ten won- handily, with one or two looking 11^-: their -old selves agpin after suffering 'upsets. ' 'LaSalle, ranked No. 1, gave All Arperican' Tom Gola the renis andi trotted home with a 76-80 victory; over previously unbeaten Lafayj ette. Gola scored 35 points-with. 15 field goals that missed his own| team record by cnewhich playing the full 40 minutes as the Ex-! plovers won their fifth straight without defeat. No, 2 ranked Kentucky was idle, but third place Illinois and No. 4 North Carolina State moved right along. The Illinois, with center George Bonsalle ncoring, 24, whipped Miami of Ohio foi their I fourth success while State made it No. 7 by clubbing South Carolina 91-62. / Five of the Wolfpack hit for 14 or-'more points as State jumped to an 110 load in five minutes. Dayton ,No. 5, had the touchest. assignment and held out for a 71-1 67 overtime victory over 12th, ranked Louisville, considered one I of'the powers of the South. It was t Louisville's first setback in seven starts. Dayton now is 5-0. Duquesne (No. 9) rebounded from its defeat in the Steel Bowl with 3 74-52 victory over Colle«e of the Pacific. The Westerners, unbeaten in four starts before starting their Eastern invasion, couldn't cope with the Dukes, who had Si Green back at forward after an appendicitis attack. Green hit for 20 points. Hply Crosfi, ranked 19th and also once beaten, matched Duquesne's cornsback and played its best game of the season while lacing previously unbeaten St. Anselm's 9(1.58, The- only surprise of the night saw Pgrjjue finally knoclf of{ Notro No, 20, after having failed th.e Irish since 1947. W8? 7&-^8 os Notre ' ' Joe Beef Roast 5 Lb. Bag Oranges Picnic Hams »*5 Folgers & Maxwell House T Lb. Can GORCHAUX Lb, 25 • 5 Lb. Bag Grapefruit 35 ( Lb. Bag Ground Beef 4.Pounds 1.00 YELLOW BANANAS 2 Pounds CRUSHED & SLICED PINEAPPLE 27c Flot Cons CHOCOLATE DROPS Jog ENGLISH - First stop for Ghrlstmas shoppers! We have recipes fby . GIFTS YOU BAKE : Easy, luscious-with PET and CARNATION Bag GRADE A Large Eggs wHi ^^ff^f. Doz, Mix So usage 4 Pounds 1.00 25 Pounds Lightcrusr WITH COUPON Inr5fs«k BEEF Stew Meat 4 Pounds 00 Delicious Rib and Shoulder Round Steak POWDERED and BROWN GAR 25c BETTY CROCKER — YELLOW, DEVILS FOOD, WHITE, SPICE and MARBLE 3 Boxes TRELLIS 2 303 Cans 25c FOR THE BEST IN GOOD PRODUCE FLORIDA 150 SIZE Dozen 4Sc Lettuce LARGE HEADS 2 For 25c EXTRA FANCY BELL Peppers 2 Lbs. 25c GOLDEN YELLOW Bananas 2 Ubs. 25c The Meat that is Tender and the Prices are tow EXTRA LARGE EGOS doz,49c CHUCK PURE PORK Mad* in Hopf C i® ROAST il> 35c HAMBURGER MEAT Ib. 33c 1+JMW'M-BjWky'P^-UJim- 'IjiP'" SUNVAUEY OLEO TALL KORN BACON I h 99c T-BONE, SIRLOIN and CLUB STEAKS lb.49c Place Your Ordtr for that Young Small Fat Turkey, • • Fat Hani ondHami . "WP!PP f r^< •J»Jn- Wl DELIVER B O P SUPER DIAL Ot D MARKET Prices for Friday, Dec, 17th and Saturday, lath were wearing bandages. The docks were quiet now except for the snoring miners. Be- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Davis had -; ide .. hver ^^J^^'had as their weekend guest, Mrs. Grace SSSSJ^ J££ iSfftr she flipped from the blanket, intending to take a turn about the deck. After the engine pit the river wind took on added heat from the boiler and'here the,deck was.clear of sleepers/ She. was about to return when she, discpVercd Radcliff Bu'rke standing .beside the paddle vhe'el. In sp'ite 'of-herself' her'hbai't ragged coat. Wh^n ho drew apart for his -look at her she told him, fiercely: "Don't ,eVer try It again. Don't over come near, me! You're sordid, cheap Burke; you're nothing but a renegade!" J/trs. Thome Hesterly had as her weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ackermah, Nancy and' John- nyjpf Little 'Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Jleljry Allen of El Dotadp. Dr. and 'Mrs. G. !D k Royston of Hope were';-the Sunday guests- o£ Mr. and Mrs R. P. Hamby. Mr. and- Mrs. Jim Hprvell have returned -to their home in Little Rock after a .visit with her parents, Mr: and J\Irs," ; R. .,T- Murry. Jim -Thomas, student at the .University of • Arkansas -Medical School, "was the weekend guest of his-jparertts, Mr. and Mrs; Charlie 'Thomas. Butke's .eyes were : dark gnd hiny, but except for this he WAlk- cd toward her with a bland, mo- ionlcss expression! She knew he vas displeased at finding her -.board. 'You've made a "Mr. and Mrs! George Cummings and' Martha of Glade water, Texas' spent the -weekend with Mr. -and Mrs; Gene Lee-and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson had as the'ir--weekend guests, -'Mr.•- and Mrs;' Charlie Dews and daughters of -El Dorado. Mr.' .and ;Mrs. Roger 'Smith. , Magnolia were ^veekend Jruests Mr.' and' Mrs. Tpm : Bemis. Mr. and' Mrs. Vernon Buchanan have"- as .their guests, Mr. 'and Mrs Kreidfer i Buchanan of ' De's . Moihes -Iowa." ' Lt. Harley Cox ;left Sunday for his^new assignment at' Greenville Before dawh the banging of iron fire doors made .further sleep Impossible. Crotch gave his whistle cord a tug, calling aboard those who had c'ampod ashore A few minutes later there was a soft cough of steam from the escape pips and the" stern paddles were chopping the water. The General Heath was a shsl low xlraft, flat'bottomed packet. Eighteen inches of water could float her. In vthis fiespcot she was admibably adapted to thp Colorado whope swir'ing whirlpools tore away sand and deposited is i&,m, tinl'tn¥%srS|&liilil Mfe.tfi'tftwf caftie dowh,thd ladder' paused bestde the rail, listenlhe : tt the exhaust ol the eftgme, It woWa take them seVefM days to fedeh IA Pai. Theft tfoirfd chance^for *notheJr tt5 , ties. Hs he mused, a voice spoke harshly beside him. "1 see a face." Burke shoved his jetblnck around to the man, a tttic ^ coarse-faced fellow, and said tbol ly, "The captain will shaped umt bandage,'Ycu'rc a frj&l, to conie cboardl" " ;,\ "You're a cool onfit 4 jlhe ttltin teplled, "Last night wfe had t!)em licked. What made y6U- kill u Be« loire?' - * ! . Burke paused ighfl«k the bitter recollectlbiis of that jtight & drew his moUth down tight. It been close but thare had beci help for'It. And now 'the* AmAdtii? was bchlhd "-" - ij "" •—-— ilver.Vut; {ie woUjrt soalreh. Idi wou mistake," he Miss, after- a visit wi(h i Mjrs./JIijnest Cox'and Mr. and Mrs.! Charlie Thomas. Mrs Cox remained -for a longer visit. said and dropped his hand on her. arm. "You sho.uldn'.t have fol- owed." "But-1 haven't followed" "You're lying!" He glanced aft aehind the paddles; his mind was beginning to whisper how easy it would be to'drop her 1 into the river, to make an end of this now. Her words were falling against his ear, irritating his mood still further. "L'll never tell anyone, Kadcliff. The,things of the past ars behind, us, everything we',ve said and done. I'll not tell how you became -a Knight." He gave • a slight start and ,the full blackness of his eyes struck her. "I ought to make'sure you'll never .say that out. loud. It'would he so ecsy to silence -you." His ..hand--traveled' upward and stopped against'her Ihroat. But she was,conscious.only-Ot.the touch of his .fingers; she was helpless now, as she always had; been. His fingers were hurting her •throat, yet she stood before him it- i. •r^i, ^, Jf E^vH 111 ]K4® ^••'11 kVL Henry Shackleford, son of Mr. arid.''Mrs. . Paul -Shackleford, has received his discharge from the Air Force after spending the past S^i years in the service. v jtlj><*U v uw « *r -'. ,- ' A.UV* "*" . - at\Q **' v ^ idl voT'totH®? iajicepa"-f^uvXey a ^ ce io "-j hver a-TP.^ort over *• ,__A Ri< ffm • L^m FRESH PULLET EGGS Dox. fRESH "7"^ Cranberries ^ 25 C EXTRA NICE BANANAS 2 M». EXTRA SPECIAL RED POTATOES GOO 50 GOOD GRADE. SPECIAL PET MILK 5 Large Com We have oil kinds of CHRICTMASCANPYqnd FRUIT CAKE MIX, yours now. Old Flshion CHOCOiATIDROP CANDY Ib. 25c pHffM.cn » tr -, T , •r-""-r-Y'*M?'£T;^ &vi ; t Old ffl»hipn ORANGE SLICES CANDY

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