Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 11, 1948 · Page 4
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Ft, Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ada Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Day Days Days Month Words Up 10 15 .. .45" .90 1.50 4.50 16fo20.. . .60 1.20 2.30 6.00 21 to 25... .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 28 to 30 .. . .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 31 to 35... 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 88 to 40 .. . 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 41 to 43 ... 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 «6to50.. . 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates arc for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent THREE ROOM UPSTAIRS FURN- ished apartment. Utilities paid. Phone 688. 7-3t 'TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- mcnt, with bath. Utilities paid. 712 East Diivsion. 7-3t VACANT SEPTEMBER 15, 8 room house on Highway No. 4, Close in. R. N. Mouscr, Phone 12I2-J. 7-3t 4 ROOM HOUSE CLOSE IN. Lights, water and pasture. See E. V. Juris. Phone 1101-J. _ 7-3t TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment, one block from High school. Phone 5G3-J. 3-31 NEWLY DECORATED 4 ROOM house with enclosed porch. Pasture space. R. L. Lcwallcn, Real 1 Estate. 9-3t 3 UNFURNISHED ROOM S, lights, water. School bus route. $20 per month. Mrs. Chas. H. Matties, South Patmos road, Rt. 4, Box 288. 9-3t MODERN UNFURNISHED apartment. 322 West Division, • Phone 33G-W. 9-3t ;THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. 222 West Ave. •••• Or Phone 757-W after 3 p.m. 9-3t 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment.. .private bath, bills paid; $30 per month. Phone 1046-R. Jack Simpson. 9-3t FURNISHED 4 ROOM~~APART- ment, bath, electric refrigerator. No children. Telephone 925-J. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm Street. 9-Ot FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, UNFUR- nishcd three-room apartment and three rooms furnished for light • housekeeping. Near Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. 9-3t TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment to couple only. Close in. Private entrance. Phone 180-W. 9-3t FOUR ROOM APARTMENT. Close to Paisley school. See C. C. Dodson at Basket Factory. . 10-3t THREE FURNISHED ROOMS, 2 miles out on Rosston road. See Mrs. J. W. Camp. 10-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT UP^ stairs. No children or pets. 404 North Main. ll-3t 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, close in. Mrs. Mart Yocom. 322 South Walnut, Phone 405-W. ll-3t Wonted to Rent HOUSE 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS TO High School Coach Jack Hopkins. Phone 994-M. 7-3t YOUNG COUPLE WOULD LIKE to rent one or two bedroom house. No children. Good care- taking of yard and house. Phone 1224-J. 9 . 3t Wonfcd to Buy ONE 1800 TYPE NATKDNAL CASH REGISTER WITH DETAIL STRIP R(EG $99.90, ALSO OFFICE SAFE MEDIUM SIZE CONTACT MR. TOLLETT AT WEST BROS. OLD McRAE HARDWARE BUILDING. PHONE 128(5. 9-3t BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" Call 129 or S06 (nights) — FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 808 Special Notice For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brewster Refrigeration Service has harl 22 years experience in all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration anr) Air Conditioning. No Job too large or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edsewood Ave. Phone 1230 •'We Go Anywhere Any Time" Notice GHAVIEL NOW BEFORE THE weather gets bad. Phone 1045-.!. 6-3t BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH, I will conduct night classes in shorthand for a limited number of students. If interested please get in touch with me immediately. Clarice Cannon. 10-3t Lost New York, Sept.. campaign. President the Messrs. Green. iuuji.i., <MM.I Tobin and all the predatory bund of union racketeers are appealing to the stupidity and greed of Un- American worker. Those are highly developed faculties of the faec- NEW SCOOTER FROM DH. Pepper Truck. $5.00 reward for return to Hope Star Office. Lost between Fulton and Homan. 8-3t GREY DRESS, BETWEEN 712 North Elm street and U-Do Laundry. Call 1076-W. 8-3t Real Estate for Sale FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON EAST 15th street. 52,250.00 cash, balance $28.00 per month like rent. Will give possession. Floyd Por- terfietd and Son. 8-3t POSSESSION THIS WEEK ON this attractive six room modern residence with attic fan and floor furnace. Located on the corner of 10th and Walker at S21 East 15th street. About $1,500 cash required balance on easy monthly payments. 821 WEST 7TH — NICE FIVE room residence with attic fan, extra large corner lot. $5,500.00. LARGE SEVEN ROOM KESI- dence on corner lot, paved street extra lot for another house. Would make nice duplex, three blocks from town. $6,500.00. IF NONE OF THE ABOVE SUIT you buy a lot in Beverly Hills and build your Dream house. Lots reasonably priced. Any size you want. Some choice locations left. You only. need 10 percent down. For quick action on your property call Foster-Ellis, 221. 108 East Second. 8-3t For Sale THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big type. Gordon H. Smart, 7 miles out on Highway 29. 1-Ct LARGE WATERMELONS 75 TO 110 pounds. Corner Hope Furniture Company. E. H. Hubbard, Patmos, Route 1. 7-6t SEVEN-FOOT CROSLEY SHEL- vador in good condition. Phone 586-J. 7-3t APARTMENT SIZE GAS RANGE, practically new. Phone 1228-J. 8-3t GARDEN IMPLEMENTS, 100 feet hose, wheelbarrow, lawnmower. Hoover vacuum cleaner, six lube radio, California redwood picnic table and benches. Phone 1107-R. 9-3t SEVEN FOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be seen at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Lewisville road. 8-6t BOYS 26 INCH BICYCLE. GOOD as new. Telephone 950-W. 8-3t SADDLE, BRIDLE AND PONY. 404 North Hcrvey street. 8-3t KIEFFER PEARS, IDEAL FOR preserving and canning. No. 1 grade $2.00 per bushel. Supply limited. Experiment Station. Phone l-F-2. 8-3t ONE 15 CATERPILLAR IDEAL for breaking, discing—any heavy work on farm. See P. D. Oiler, three miles out on Columbus road. 8-3t WARDROBE TRUNK, 2 STEAM- er trunks all like new. Baby buggy, Bathanctte and Bassinet. Little Food Palace, Phone 242. 9-3t 1035 CHEVROLET CAN BE SEEN at 604 Pond Street. 9-3t NEW AND MODERN 4 ROOM house with bath, Venetian blinds. l»'z miles on S.P.G. road. Henry Gray, 9-3t NEW COOK STOVE, N.VTURAL gas or butane, butane heater and 500 gallon butane tank. (Can have tank by taking up payments). See or write J. T. Waters, Rosston, Route 2, Highway 4. I0-3t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone 689, J. M. At- kitis. 26-1 mo SANDING AND PUNISHING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, fall Vernoh Osburn, phone 96G-W. 2-3w Taken Up RED MARE MULE WEIGHS about 800 pounds. George M. Moody, near Spring Hill. li-3t FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tlia ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Hole* • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots a Also .custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut St Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage OHIce Phone Residence Pho 314 231-J from the political'issues in 11)4-1. and made to think of the rk'hl r.s a mere bout of icparlei' between Governor Dewey and Roost-veil's dog. The biographer, Mr. Sherwood, makes no apology to that exalted ignoramus whom the late Roosevelt in sly contempt often took onto his lap to say, "You know and I know —" or "Your government has decided Roosevelt did play him for and with enormous success-. .,,,., all the old professionals who have lived like kings on the pence wrung from his pay confidently understand that, the way to win his vote is to tickle his greed, flatter his pride with absurd compliments and yowl over his woes as though they were always the inflictions of hateful personality called "Wall Street." Mr. Taft, as a man of honor and self-respect, simply could not force himself to gaze upon the faces of American people and tell thorn that they wore fine and blameless, or even handsome. He made some attempts but the lies gagged him. He never could master the melodious knack that made Roosevelt king. Professional politicians, a salty, sordid cult like the old school of fight managers, sairl Mr. Taft had political 13. O. and they were right. It va-i apparent from his demeanor that he regarded himself as a person very superior to the common run even as Roosevelt did. But whereas Roosevelt pretended to be a man of the people, a grotesque pose by a snob as full of affeciions as ah By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. less fellow who. the biographer of mwas deliberate! ... .•!!•!• ti.ld by Harry Hopkins, turned aside; 15 Razorbacks Including Scoff- on Aailing List Fa.velloville. Sept. 11 — f/P) —An inlrasquacl game was carded for the Arkansas Razorbacks this afternoon but. In jjriddcrs were on the I sidelines with injures. j Heading the ailing list is Clyde j CSmackoveri Scott. All-America I candidate, who turned up ycster- •day with a broken floating rib. It iiK uncertain whether the star tail- ibaek will play in the season open•'.'!' against Abilene. Tex., Chris- jlian College at Little Rock a week I from today. i Alvin Duke, regular blocking back, has been declared out of (ho opening game becau.se of an injured arm. Leon (Musclesi Cainbell, No. 1 jiullback, who has a bruised knee, ittuiy see action next week. ! Some of the other injured piay- !<TK will Vje in the Abilene game as ! their ailments arc not serious. Saturday, September 11, 1948 Bathers Need One Game to Take Cotton Title Hot Springs, Sept. 11 —l/T) —The Hot Springs Bathers, who finished (.lie regular season in third place, now are within one grime of the Cotton States League playoff championship and can end the •.seric-s by corning through here tonight. The Bathers ran their lead the Greenwood Dodgers, season champions, to three victories to one by Inking a 7-5 decision here last night. A Dodger victory tonight would i send Die clubs back to Greenwood. ' to finish the best -four-of-scven final series. Hot Springs collected 10 hits off three Greenwood pitchers last night and won ater cutting off a seventh-inning rally by the Dodgers and scoring twice themselves in the same frame. Two Greenwood homers in the seventh brought in four runs. Greenwood .. .. 000 001 400—5 8 0 Hoi Springs .. .30 110 2x—7 10 ij Richardson, Privclte. Dean and 1 Landini; Stiglich, Hamilton and' Zlni. j Monday, September 13 Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will meet at the church at 3 o'clock. Mrs. T. M. Bemis will present the program. Missionary Society, Presbyterian church will meet at 2:30 p.rn. at the home of Mrs. Archie Johnson. Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton will present the program. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church will meet in its regular business meeting Monday afternoon at 2:30 at' the church. Tuesday, September 14 The Proficiency test, eight district O.E.S. will be held Tuesday, September 14 at 10 a.m. in the Columbia Chapter room at Magnolia. Wednesday, September 1F. The Prescolt Musical Coterie will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 'A o'clock in the home of Mrs. C. Ray Hozcndorf with Mrs. H. L. Eaton as associate hostess. Carl Dalrymple Jr. celebrated his tenth birthday anniversary with a party at his home on Monday afternoon. Bingo games were enjoyed with pri/.es going to Margie McDanicl, Tommy Dundee and Buddy Clark. The birthday table was centered with an. arrangement of spicier lilies and decorated with school supplies. The guests enjoyed delicious refreshments. Favors were lead pencils with metal sharpeners attached. PROHOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT MO. 40 SUBMITTEDBY FIFTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, A MAJORITY OF ALL THE MEMBERS ELECTED TO EACH HOUSE AGREEING THERETO: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to llv Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors o* the Stale for an proval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment the same shall become a par! of the constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wit: SECTION 1. Amendment No. 11 to the Constitution of the State ot Arkansas is hereby amended tc read as follows: The General Assembly shall provide for the support of common schools by general law, including an annual per capita tax of one dollar, to be assessed on every mal" inhabitant of. this State over the ago of twenty-one years; and school districts are hereby authorized to levy by a vote of the qualified electors respectively thereof an annual tax lor the maintenance of schools, the erection arid equipment of school buildings and the retirement of existing indebtedness, the amount of such tax to be determined in the following manner: The Board of Directors of each school district shall prepare, approve and make public not less than sixty (60) days in advance of the annual school election a propose;! budget of expenditures deemed necessary to provide for the foregoing purposes, together with a rate oj lax lew sutiicient. lo provide the funds therefor, including the rate under any continuing levy for (he retirement of indebtedness. If ; maiority of the qualified voters in said school district voting in the annual school election shall approve the rate of tax so proposed by the Board of Directors, then the tax at the rate so approved shall ho collected as provided by law. In the event a majority of said qualified electors voting in said annual school election shall disapprove.' the proposed rate of tax. then lh" tax shall be collected at the rate approved in the last proceeding annual .school ('lection. Provided, that no such tax shall be appropriated for anv other pur-j pose nor to any other district than that for which it is levied. Filed in the offk-u of the Socre tary of State on the 1'iitb dav 01 March, 1!)47. Witness my hand and the seal of office on this the 12th day of April, C. G. HALL. Seeivtarv of State. May 8, 15, 21>, 2!), June 5, 12. 10 2(5 July 3. 10, 17, 24, 31. Am;. 7, 14, 21 28. Sept. 4. 11, 11). 25. Oct. 2. y ]/j FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 3'10-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN REMOVED FREE Within -10 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarksna Rendering Plant Dial 3-7ii^;; i |.ih.'i:i' ci-ik-cu If No Answer Dial 3-:>V70 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business Prompt and efficient service on all makes of reiTineixii ii. : n en-l uir CuncittkimiKj -A 'items. We go am win. i c a i :\; i; no BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Pi lo MC 1?:-'0 01- 1231 J Niahti and Siuv.l.iys 1 i'J Ediji'v, oud ii'.'Or actor. Mr. Taft never has pretended. He is distinctly finer in all the admirable ways than the people in the subway or watching the ball- | game — more intelligent, diligent | and conscientious and with less of | their greed for the property and 1 | rights of others, and he would not' • instill the voters' intu'.Ugcnce by j 'pretending to be no better than they. ' At campaign time, if ever, the Americans should be told the truth, about themselves, for most of the evils done by the government arc committed in response to popular demand. Instead, however, the rivals for office lather the citizen with imaginary virtues and arouse j his primitive superstitions with' ghost stories which would offend the independent intelligence of a laggard child. The proposition that "Wall Street" somehow caused the Truman inflation while it opposed with ruthless greod the in- Ualionary Roosevelt-Truman scale of union wages is typical of these. The proposition that the Taft- Hartley law has injured the worker by imposing restraints on the union goons who kick the faceless man around is another. If the ballot were restricted to persons of a reasonably low minimum of intelligence such nonsense would be self-defeating. There is no mechanical method of learning at the moment just how well these appeals are going over. But if they do fail, their defeat need not be a sign of an awakening of intelligence. Many of the voters arc just bored and want a new set of sycophants to flatter and fool them. Moreover, the Republicans are offering equally toothsome stuff of the same kind. We may trust them absolutely to say nothing about the inlhitionaiy power of a basic wage uf $27 a day for bricklayers who are forbidden by their union's eun- iract with the builders to exceed .mo-third of a reasonable normal late of production. This is twice the normal pay for one-third the production. Actually, bricklayers are producing at less than 'one- sixth of their capacity per dollur of pay when protal-to-portal and wash-up time are counted and compulsory overtime and arbitrary bonuses are added. But where i:.; the candidate who would appear before a congress of bricklayers and say, "By your greed and laziness you bums'have made it necessary for the displaced peo- pU:_uf America to pay $li for a dollar's worth of home construction j and yet your have the gall to! squawk about the cost of beef and j butler. 1 am against all racketeers and if I am elected, I will do my i host to make it impossible for you I greedy parasites to prey on the necessity and anguish of the com-i munily. It you strike, I will smash your picket-linos so decent men can ilo honest work"? Ri.'jort Moses, of New York, the most compeu-nl public servant in llii' United States and the most ,-ni uighlforward, is the only one who is capable of uttering' such hiiiu.'st criticism. Hut perish ino thought, thai Mr. -'loses hates lho people. Ho is unto '.hem, thai is all. and unlike uth- ••r:; who are onto them, ho will mil he to them about non-i.xis'.enl vir- tui-s for the privilege of working himself to death tor them. He has a decent contempt for the honor, •cli-iespcei and self-restraint of The appetite fur .sympathy and Ihuiory is a dangerous weakness ••'! popular government. Kuosi-velt -Hid lluey Long fattened the peo- ;>!'. on Mich hog-food'until they had .-oarci-ly m.'iv manhood loan 'i'no Gorman:-., under tin- spell of iii-- J . i>\v; lho terrible persecutions •'•it u|:"!i Uu-iii, rum pU-U-'ly iort;ct- 1:11,!-'. tiu.'ir own iniquities. A ouinpuiun wa,;ed on distortions ami evasions must e-jnio to a :i'i: .viapi'n conclusion. Dewey v.iil ''. I'K'rU'd i Kussia wilhnrj' ami '•••ill cumo under !u-avy punishment i:;'.ht av, ,,\ lor falling lu tackle •'•. .Is wh:i-h :i'.'.< due only to the -".-i'.ishiii-.-:. ui:u stupidity uf tin- Mrs. J. B. Britt honored her daughter, Phela Nell with a party on Sunday afternoon in celebration of her eleventh birthday anniversary. Bingo and various other games were enjoyed by the guests. Miss Britt opened her many lonely gifts before the guests were invited into the dining room to be served. The birthday cake with lighted candles centered the table. Miss Tonna Murry and Mrs. Sarah Chamless assisted in the dining room. Colorful glass pencil sharpeners were given as favors. Hope Star Star of Hopn 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published ovary weekday afternoon b^ STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star buildinn 212-214 South Walnut "ineot, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor 6. Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmor, Mcch, Supt. Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager Entered as second class matter at thi Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per week 20c per month 85c. Mail rales—in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller anc Laraycttc counties, $4.50 per year; else where $8.50. Notional Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn. Stcrick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madisot Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Granc Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg. New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Thi Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti the use for ropublication of all the loca news printed in this newspaper, GS well a: 3ll AP news dispatches. Hambright-Eahart The wedding of Miss Edna Ann Kaharl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wade Eahart of Dallas, Texas to Mr. James William Hambright. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Hambright of Prescott, was solemnized in a beautiful ceremony marked by its simplicity, on Saturday evening, September 4, at eight o'clock in the Oak Lawn Methodist Church in Dallas. The Reverend Harrison Baker, pastor of the Oak Cliff Methodist church, was the officiating minister. Vows were exchanged before an altar made lovely with tall potted palms, ferns and floor baskets of white gladioli and white pompom chrysanthemums. Nuptial music was provided by Mr. Alford Eny- der. The bride, given in riiarriage. by her father, wore a suit of dark green faille. The fitted jacket had three-quarter length sleeves and a short peplum. The skirt was circular. Her accessories were of a darker green and she wore a shoulder corsage of gardenias and slephanotis. Her only ornament was an imported handpaintcd broach outlined in seed pearls' and she carried a white lace heirloom handkerchief. Mrs. Robert Louis Pummcr, as matron of honor, wore a cocoa- brown dress fashioned similar to that of the bride. Her flowers were white carnations. Paul Robert Hambright of Pros- colt served his brother as best man. Ushers were Hurt Eahart, brother of the bride, Clifton Rutherford, Arthur Dibble. Wallace Chapelle and James Campbell. A reception was held in the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. The couple left by plane for a vacation at Houston and Galveston, after which they will be at home in Dallas, where the groom will re-enter Southern Methodist University for the fall term. By RALPH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer Sparked by the greatest present |Yar/Kee of ihein all—Jolting Joe iDi Maggio—the New York Yankees have declared themselves back in the American League pennant race. Di Maggio re-kindled the peiv IT-.u hnnrs O f i],., defending world champions at Boston yesterday Wiin a tremendous grand-slain home run that brought the Yanks an ll-(). ten-inning victory over the league-leading Reel Sox. The Yankee clipper socked hi News of the Churches FIRST PENTECOST Fourth and Ferguson Rev. T, F. Ford, Pastor . Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Morning worship—11. Young People's Service— 6:30 p.rn. Evangelistic Service—7:30 p.m. Tuesday. 2:30 p.m. — Ladies Prayer meeting. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. — Choir Practice. Friday, 7:30 p.m.—Bible Study. FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Wm. P. Hardegree, Minister 9:45—Sunday School. We have classes for all ages. You will enjoy visiting one of our classes. Come and see for yourself. 10:50—Morning worship. Communion, and Sermon. The special music will be an anthem by the choir, "Holy. Holy. Holy" 6:30—Christian Youth Fellowship meetings both for the Juniors and Seniors. These two groups have not been meeting through the summer, but regular meetings will be resumed again this Sunday. 7:30—Evening worship, Communion, and Sermon. The special music will bo by the choir, "His Love For Me". Monday: 3:30—The Women's Council will have its regular business and missionary meetings at the Church. Circle No. 2 will have charge of the missionary lesson with Mrs. Robert Rider the leader of the program. 7:30—There will be an important meeting of the Official Board in Fellowship Hall. At this time special committees will make their reports in preparation for the Annual Meeting the first Sunday in October. Thursday, 7:30—Choir rehearsal. UNITY BAPTIST Howard White, Pastor 10 a.m.—Sunday School 11 a.m.—Pi.aching Service 7 p.m.—Training Course 7:4. r i p.m.—Evangelistic Service Both morning and evening messages by pastor, c welcome every one to worship with us and meet our new pastor. FIRST METHODIST West Second at Pine Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pastor Chucrh school—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Service—10:50 game-wrecking blow in the tenth ! Sermon theme: "What is the Gos- inning off Karl Caldwell. fourth pel'.'". Pastor. Boston pitcher. The blast ended a nine-game Boston winning streak. Caldwell dug his own grave by walking Gus Niarhos and hitting Pitcher Spec Shoa with a pitched ball to start the tenth. He funned pinch-hitter C h a r 1 c y Keller, walked Tommy Henrich and struck out Rookie Hank Bauer, but lie couldn't get by Di Maggio. | Di Maggio worked the count to 2-2, one of the strikes being a long foul that missed being a homer by inches. Then he poled Caldwell's j next offering into the center field I bleachers. 420 i'cet away from jhome plate, to break it up. It was | Di Mnggio's 34th homer of the season and 298th of his career. The defeat cut the Sox lend to i two and one-half games over the | Yanks. j The Indians remained a game behind the Yanks by blitzing the Detroit Tigers, 10-1. Lefty Gene Beardcn limited the Tigers to six hits in posting his 14th victory. Beardcn also singled, doubled and drove in two runs as the tribe whacked three Tiger pitchers for 14 hits. Joe Gordon chipped in with his 25th homer to help the rookie along. Connie Mack's fourth placi. Athletics took a twilight-night uouble- heudcr from the Senators i. Washington, 9-6, and 3-0. The A'» hammered Sid Hudson for 17 hits in the opener and won out with a tour-run ninth inning rally. Phil Marchildon stopped the Nats on three hits in the second game that was called at the end of eigi.i innings to permit Philadclphi. l , eaich a train lor Boston. The defeats extended Washington's losing streak to 10 Club for Juniors— 6:30 6:30 Wesley p.m. Young Peoples' meetings' p.m. Evening worship—-7:30 p.m. This will be a union service with members of the First Presbyterian church. Sermon by Rev. " Steve Cook. Monday: Spiritual Life Group will meet at the church at 3:15 p.m. All Circles will meet at the church at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Choir Practice at the church—7 p.m. for Juniors and 8 p.m. for the Senior choir. Wednesday: There will be a snecial meeting of the Board of Education in the Chapel of the church at 7:30 o'clock. All members are urged to be present as we will have election of officers and teachers for the new Church School year. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Calvcrl have returned to their home in Memphis, Tenn. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Durbin. Jack Stivers left on Sunday to enroll at Magnolia A & M for the fall term. Miss Clauclette Smith has returned from a visit with her cousin. Miss Sarah Kathryn Mosley in Menu. Pep !s Offered December Date fro Defend TiHe New York. Sept. 11 —M'i—Willie Pep today will be ol'tered a December dale at Madison Square Gar- j Hriirston, Snpt. ( I ('M In f\ n f fit i r\ IT i u n .,,,•] r I I'. . .-, 4 U ,. ,, 1YT< i r n i n rv it im-i den to defend his world leather- weight title against Sandy Saddler, his No. 1 challenger. Sol Strauss, aciin;; promoter of FIRST BAPTIST Corner Third and Main Streets S. A. Whitlow, Pastor 9:HO a.m.—Sunday School, H. E. Thrash, Superintendent. 10:50—Morning worship with the message by the pastor. 0:30 p.m.—Training union, Vance Smiley, Director. 7:45 —Evening worship with the message by the pastor. Monday: 4 p.m.—The Woman's Missionary Society will meet at the church. 4 p.m.-—The Sunbeams meet at the church. 4 p.m. Junior G.A.'s meet at the church: Junior R.A.'s meet at the church. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.— The Fel- j lowship Hour. The midweek worship for the whole family. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street D. O. Silvey, Pastor Rock of Ages Broadcast from the church auditorium 9 to 0:30 over KXAR. Sunday School—10 a.m. Grady Morning worship •—11 o'clock H.T.C.—6:45 p.m. Evening worship—7:31). Monday, Auxiliary—2 p.m. meet- Mrs. Allen Gee Jr., Mrs. J. A. Yancey and Miss Dotty Yancey spent Friday in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of Batesville announce the arrival of a daughter Bobbie Ann. Mayor and Mrs. C. D. Ward are the maternal grandparents. Church Ntws First Presbyterian: 1 G. Benshorg. pastor: i) a. •'ellowship Hour; 10 a.; the .twentieth Century Sporting | infi at the church, Mrs. Wade War- iClub. said he would give Pep his rc-n. president I choice of open Garden dales for a . ensierL;, paso Fellowship Hour; 10 . School: 11 a.m. Mornin; 7:liO p.m.. livening wor First Christian: Kev. E. Wa.i;ner, pa.slur; Chu !):45 a.m.; Worship a.m.; C.Y.F. {J:HO p.m. orsp 7:30 p.m. First Baptist church: White, pastor: 10:55 a. ing worship; (I; 3d p.m. union: 7:80 p.m. 1C veilin First Methodist: C. K dorl. pastor; >J;-lj Sund 10:55 Morning service: Youlh l'Y)lo\v.;hij>; 7:30 ing service. Hickory Grove Church Key. E. O. Lafl'erty lu 11 a.m. Sunday. A re start Friday, Scpl. 17. uVv. Wm. .m.. Men's m. Bible worship; ship. Clarence rch school our 10:5(1 ; Evening Fred A. m. Morn- Training g worship. ay lioy.i-ii- y school: ii:30 p.m. .m. Even- of Christ: preach ;:l vival will jbout with Saddler. Baseball By The Associated Press American League New York al Washington. Chicago at Detroit i.2>. St. Louis ;,t Cleveland i:>> Philadelphia at Bosiun (2, night). National League Brooklyn al New York O. Boston at Philadelphia (2, da nifihli. Pittsburgh at Chicago. Cincinnati at St. Louis Uiiglit) Yesterday's Results American League i\Vu- York 11 Boston ' Wednesday, Teachers meeting — 7 p.m. Prayer Service —7:30 p.m Everyone is welcome to worship with us. Cleveland II) Detroit 1. I'hiludolphia 9-3 Washington ti-0 (iu-ilight-nit;hl l <s e r o n rl numo railed oiul of K lo allow Philadelphia lo eaten irain. St. Louis II) Chicago 7 Oil-lit'. National League : li 1 ' ; n i i! -. 11; 11 i f Nashville Ready to Receive Southern Pennant ssociatcd Press Naturally, hoi By Th- A HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 N. Main Street H. Paul Holdriclge, Pastor You will always find a welcome at the friendly Hope Gospel Tabernacle, where you are a stranger but once. The world at its worst needs the church at its best. The church cannot be its best unless every professing member is at ins or her best. To be at your best necessitates regularity and punctuality at all the church services. H you do not now attend Sunday School and Church regularly, you aiv invited to our growing church. Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Radio Bible Class—10 K.XAK. Morning Worship—11 a..m. Choir Rehearsal—4 p.m. Cjinst's Ambassador Services — ti: lo p.m. KvaiiL'.i'lislic Service —7:30 p.m. Gu.-pi-l Hour—-10 p.m. over KXAK Wednesday: Prayer and Bible i Slimy 7: 3u p.m. Thursday: Women's IVlissiunarv Council —-'j p.m. Prayer Service — 7:30 Surdis Community SEOADCASTIMG SYSTEM Saturday p.m., Sept. 11 1:00 Time for Melody— M 1:30 Bands for Bonds 2:00 Dell Trio— M 2:30 Sports Parade— M 3:00 Chas. Slocum— M 3:15 Horse Races — M 3:30 Pauline Alpcrt— M 3:45 Decision Now 4:00 Swing Time 4:30 Proudly We Hail 5:00 Take a Number— M 5:30 True or False— M 6:00 News. 5-Star Final 6:15 Sports G:30 What's the Name of That Song— M i 7:00 Twenty Questions— M 7:30 Stop We If You've Heard This— M 8:00 Three For the Money— M 9:00 Barn Dance 9:30 Sat. nitc Dance Paradr 10:00 Elliot Lawrence's O^ a.— M 10:30 Jack Finn's Orch.- L 10:55 Mutual News— M 11:00 Sign-Off Sunday a.m., Sept. 12 6:58 Sign .On 7:00 Lew White Organ Melodies 7:30 Hymn Time ; 8:00 Unity's Gospel Hour 8:30 Church News of the Air 8:45 Silver Strings 8:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 9:00 Rock of Ages Broadcast 9:30 Voice of Prophecy— M 10:00 Radio Bible Class 10:30 Reviewing Stand— M 11:00 Hope Gospel Tabernacle, Church services Sunday p.m., Sept. 12 12:00 William L. Shirer. News— M 12:15 John B. Kennedy— M 12:30 Cote Glee Club 12:50 Saengcr Preview 12:55 KXAK Noon Edition News 1:00 Airforce Hour— M 1:30 Music for Sunday 2:00 Sunday Spotlight News 2:05 Keynotes by Carle 2: 15 Friendly House 2:30 Life Begins at 80— M 3:00 House of Mystery— M 3:30 True Detective Mysteries — M 4:00 Friday Music Club 4:30 Quick As a Flash— M Roy Rogers' Show— M - ' 5:00 5:30 G:00 li:30 Sherlock Holmes—M Behind the Front Page—M 7:00 A. L. Alexander—M 7:30 Jimmy Fidlcr 7:45 Salon Serenade 7:55 News, Homo Edition 8:00 Secret Miss'"".—M 8:30 It's a Living—M 9:00 Voices of Strings—M 9:30 Symphony in Miniature 9:55 News. Final Edition 10:00 The Gospel Hour 10:30 Freddie Nagcl's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M U:nn Sign Off Monday a.m., Sept. 13 5:58 Sign on 6:00 Hillybilly Hoedown 6:25 Bargain'Roundup 6:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market. Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Bob Ppolc's Show—M 8:55 According to the Record 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M •••••. 9:30 Say it With Music—M : • 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M 10:30 Heart's Desire—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Buenos Amigos 11:45 Pauline Alpert—M Monday p.m., Sept. 13 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Farm Agent 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Checkerboard Jamboree—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Woody &, Virginia—M 2:45 Carnival of Music 3:00 Robert Hurleigh—M 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 Meet the Band 3:45 Two-Ton Baker—M 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 Guest Star 5:00 Mert's Record Session—i\l 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Adventure: Parade—M 5:45 Torn Mix—M 6:00 The Inside Story 6:15 News. Five 'Star Final 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsmol—M 8:80 Quiet Please—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 3:00 Fishing H- Hunting Club—'1 9:30 Michael Zan-on's Orch.—M 9:45 Hal Graham's Orch.—M Ml: Hi) Ail the News—M 10.-15 Noil Goldon's Orch.—M 10:30 Jack Fina's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off '<*•' a.m. over j FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 300 ba s t Second Street Nancy Deal. Director' of Education Stephen Cook. Pastor Smuh'.v, .School- -!l:4,"i a.m. Jim -Miller. Superintendent. Mtiriiiiig wnrship —ll)::.if). Sermon: "The Set-Sere A- ui' I.ile". The diuir LiuvcU-ii ii.v Airs. K, I.. GII.MK-II, will si;*- "IKar Us, U Sauui" b\ llam- U. S. death rates from trans- purl accidents rose only slij'htly from 1911 lo liMii. In the same period death rales from other types of accidents were reduced sharply. bleu. A nursery is provided during the morning worship. 1'resbylerian Youth Fellowship— 6:15 p.m. Tile Fellowship will be led in group singing by Mrs. W. Y. Foster. All members are urged lu take part. Evening worship—7:30 p.m. The Presbyterians will join the Methodists in iiiis worship. lUr. Cook will preach 011 "Facing My Son of a t'hi/ir Pi-aciico. Tuesday — 7:30 p. u i. Midweek Worship. Wodueday — 7:3f)-8:]y p.m. Mr. Cook is directing a study of the book of Revolution. A i-hiii'ch hull!,.- lor those away fl'ulll hi-'Hn: and a WolcOlllu to all.

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