Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 20, 1948 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Number of Words Up to 15 .... 16 (o 20 21 to 25 .. ,. 20 to 30 , 31 to 35 1 05 36 to 40 1.20 41 to 45 3 35 46 to 50 1.50 Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One ThreeSix One- _... „ „,„ w>1 ^ Day Days"Days Monthj .45 .60 .75 .no .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 fl.OO i 10.50 1 12,00 13.50! 15.00 Male Help Wanted Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only * ™ ^ nnt Afls Cash '" Advance • Not Taken Over tho Phono Notice KXPKKIKNCKD HIGHWAY nt;- SIGNKKS:—Bridge i>signen;, Drriflsnien, Computer?. Tracers, for highway design projects Northeastern U. Ji. Can place some C. E. grailija'p.s will) limited experience. Write for applica- ti'in to Michael Baker Jr., r nc I'.ox 1-120, Jackson, Miss. ]:i-ii For Rent Louis Definitely WiM Fight Nexf June New York. Oct. 20 — t,Vi— Joe Louis definitely will fight next June at the Yankee Stadium against on- of three- opponents -- Lee Savold" l'-7./.;n-A Ciiaiie.s or Joe Haksi. The champ said so himself, tcrda.v -.-/hen he announced he KIVUH; up his .foil, -month "retire" Vr ri '"i "' '"''•"''," mem." l.ouis made his spopch -,f{. ! Mcndil - v ni « ht - '.•r a morning conference with Mike Jaeous and rtarry Markson, the new man.-u'in;', director of tlie I wenfiefh G-ntury .Spoiling elm,' Wednesday, October 20, 1948 John T. McRae, Commander of Holier-Nelson Post No. 51. American I.ogion has announced thai tho regular meeting night has l>cen ehangr.-d from the fourth FrMa.v night in each m(.nth to the fourth Mrs. ' fit WE BUY. SELL A7vD RKPAIR all makes of Sowing ma eh inf.-; ! W. H. West, 2)-» North Hamilton Street, Phono 122G-V/., Mope. Ar kansas. 1-1 -no " 1 - 3- 1! O O M apartments, Store, Phone Schoolov. UNFUHNI5;jJKD near Ivjhoo!'••,-'•; 38-F-ll. Mr;;. J ']•; . 1-1 -no -- ..... ------- 1". 1 | TWO ROOM FURNISHKD APART- XTKA MONEY TO OFF- men!.. 102 .Soul!' Washington ' KXTK .. set the high cost, of living'.' Use F,li.-clric refrigerator. private your spai-e time to mai:c extra entrance. Utilities paid high class work-. In address amil lwo Write Box A rnoncy in reply please ::ive telephone. number. in care of Hope Star. Bill UNFURNISHED ROOMS, paid. $25 per month. Tele- For Sale SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND i tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRao i Implement Co. - 21-lm ' GOOD BOIS'D ARC~F6iT?~AT j reasonable prices. See K M Me- ' Williams at McWilliams Seed ^Storc, Hope, Arkansas. 0-1 mo LADIES BL^clT15o^T71;ra~4~4~, boys top coat, tan, si/o 10. Both in good condition. Phone 534-W after 4 p.m. ]f!_3t phone I2(M-W. TwcT "UNFU: Private entr.-inec bath. Bills paid, vey. 19.31, c.f U>< Catherine D. Norrcl! of elio. Worihy Grand Matron Clrand Chapter of the Order Eastern .Star of ArJ:?iir;.'i:> By Weatbrook Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Ncw York. Oct. 1.9 - The citizen cannot roali/.e ho\v vicious the . Convenie -i;.'3 South oua ii Green, racket unless is in j(s mriKsivc on- he learn:; fi-;| ho-v in its details, president of tin LARGE PASTURE FOR LIVF- siock. Plenty of water. Located on Silas Sanford farm. Pj. A Pickering, Hope, Route 4. Lost CONCERT GRAND PIANO phone <1,32-,T after 0 p.m. Can be seen by appointment. 18-31 PANSY PLANTS" PRTEPARK your ground now, set plants after November 1. Get them at Monls Seed Store. 10-31 TURKEYS, CORN FED, SIX months old November 10. 12 to 35 pounds. Phone Ul or BO.'i-W. Dr. Alexander. 18-31. HOT orator. dition. Piione 4GG-R. In A-l con___ UM;t MY HOME AT 1215~SCnJTH MA 17: street. Now and modern throiu'h- out. See John Clark. Capitol Barber Shop or call 057-J. 19-31 NEW HOUSE, JUST COMF^LETElx a rooms and bath, front and back porches, garage. 75 II. front, located at 18th and Elm in front of High School. See A. A. Carnp- _bt£ 1 1G-31 Services Offered NAVY FIELD JACKET. LOST OP, taken by mislnke at Barn Dane" Saturday night. Return to Goor"e Stroud, 009 N. Elm. Phone 839-j: 19-3!, | v.-as honored with a series i vil.ie:; be gj lining v.'ith a j''or her pleasure al Hotel j al 7 o'eioci: Friday evc-nin: i Ilo.slessen for the occasion | the Prescotl. Hope r.nri Hiuff i Chapters of tho (j.i",.•;. ! Mrs. Bessie Pearl Buchanan | wormy matron ol the Pre.'.coi I chapter \velcomed the -•ind guests with a brief intro/iuc- lion talk and presented Mrs ?,"or- i'-H and the other Grairl chap'!.-!' members: Mrs. Kdilh M'.-Lain '-I' (.union. Airs. Horace K. Matlocic MI ^Ilol Springs, Mrs. Ida Eaves •if T' .••:;irj;ana, Mr;:. Caklonia Luckadoo of Arkarlehihia, Mrs. Nelli..- jvioiiroe of Tc:-:ar;.:ai>a and Mrs! AI..MIC Adams of Texarkana. Oi.her member.-, and guests who were introduced by Mrs." Buehanan were: Sidney i.oomis. worthy patron of tlie Prescotl chapter:";,;;-.;. frecl Price, worlhy m-uro.V of CSQADCASTINO SYSTEM of Dodgers Is Changing 3LOND COCK El; SPANIEL female about six months old Last m. seen in Ward 2. If found notify [parades Ii. Brown, phone 4<l. r >-W. Ic-Jin Federation of Labor, and other oneienf political faker'; bellow (about the rights of labo-' and tlv- i ''menace to freedom" of the Tafi- Harlley law. but -they ah,-, ays re-'\V fuse to discuss the corruption andP'ope. Mrs. Bcltio Bevek worih- tnc political badness of the int'livi- j matron of Bluff City, Brack Schiiik dual unions which nay their taint-'""''"'" " ''' " cd salaries. Years "ago. Green mnrle the mistake of accusing me of exaggerating the corruption of bis tributary unions, I rubbed his |nose in it, good. I look a hand in ! sending to prison about 20 of his most powerful and predatory fellow-servants of the faceless fool who marches in the Labor day and showed up. aKo'- WOi'tny Pe.'ichey. Lodge of U. Warrl iron of Hope; O. ii master of the Masonic Prescotl and Mayor C. of Prescott. 5:15 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:25 0:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 in oi-8 1 Gaffers Meet EXPEEl'ENQED nurse. References •1'10-W: PRACTICAL offered. Phone 18-31 NAMED MODERATOR match play will morning. Finals Fort Smith. Oct. 20 — I/PI— Som- of the nation's top women i'oir---r-; began qualifying hero today ir> nones of a position in the cba-n-i jpionship flight of the Hardscra'r-b'c ' Country Club's women's open "ch, tournament. First rounds i start Thursday will be Sunday. Setting UK- pace over the revamped (5.470 yard course in today s qualifying rounds was de- lending champion Mrs. Gcor'-e (Babe) Diclrickson Zaharias who won last year's medal play event with a score of 295 for 72 holes Entries bottling for a share "'of iV C ,, V1 '," 00 pri? -° mo "<-\y include Patty Berg. Minneapolis, nin-i-r "!-> m the 19-17 Hardscrabblo tour»ey: Hcfigy Kirk of Findlay, O., and Mary Agnes Wall, Meanominee, 1>11 Cll, - t a ?j_H Amateurs include Mrs. Gordon Perriii, El Dorado, Ark.. Beltv Little Rock, Oct. 20 —f/Pi— Dr ™ cKln 4 lon - ML Pleasant. Tex., -inri ,.r .,: . r , .'IMrs. Carle Kobbins and Miss Ed Dell Wort/., both of Fort Smith" C. D. Wardlaw, pastor of the Central church here, has been elected moderator of the Arkansas Synod Presbyterian Church, U. S., a"t the 97th annual meeting here-. The meeting will close today. Call 129 (nights) FOR -~ House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 .A cubic mile of warm or hoi air may hold as much as 40 000 tons of potential rain, snow or hail. LegesB Hot-ice ORDINANCE NO. 629 AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING CERTAIN VEHICLES TO PARK PARALLEL WITH THE CURB L\' THE CITY OF HOPE gether. about a hundred 'unregen- crate jail-birds. They included one who actually had been convicted of stealing the i coppers off the eves of his deoart- jed subjects by robbing the widows' and orphans' benefit funds, but hart been reinstated as national treasurer as soon as Al Smith let Ihim out of Sing Sing. It mi"ht • seem strange that Green eoiild i continue to speak in the name of millions of union workmen but tin- fact that he has not been repudiated is not. entirely the fault of die rank and file. He is protected by a union political system almost as .big in proportion to tlu- little- individual as the- povernmonl of Die nation. In actual fact, it is bigi'er and stronger because most of"the union constilulions are rigged against the rank and filer. Most of the great tyrants who run the unions-, like kings and Ein-^pcan i- u dictators, hold office for life—or unlil Pegler sends them to orison I have often dealt with the criminality of an old swindler and alumnus of Atlanta prison named Ben Pross who runs the liouor unions of New York- and New Jersey under charters originating in rGeen's A. F. of L. and paying tri- oule or loyalty to his outfit. Notwithstanding revelations which would have driven a man out of any position of prominence in any decent sector of our .society. Pross extends his power day by d;iv. He is beneath shame, so degraded thai he brazenly exploits the name <••( charity knowing that even if he gets caught, as he has been, by I me, he is no worse for flint than i lie was before. If he hadn't got caught, he might have buili a fake reputation as a great-hearted Iriend of the cancer patients and the wild little slum kids playing stick-ball among the trucks. Thus' he might have been able lo gel a lull pardon and recover 'ege of the vote. When by v.-r " ' pro- The selected colors of Mrs. Nor- rc-11, green, white, gold and black were earned out in the deeorci- tions. The banquet table was arranged Jor B4 guests and was laid! with a white linen cloth. T V y c-v lending the full length of the 'table ! wan interspersed with gold boys i Crystal can:L-iabra holding gleam- i ir.g white candle-; were lioci wilh black .satin bows leading tj an antique bowl containing a tovelv bouquet of golden mums int'jr.si'iersod with gold and black satin bows which marked the place of M:s Norrcll. Joe Smith offered thanks sjngiiig "The Lord's Prr. IVr:-;. James V. McMulun, gram chairman presented ?;Ir_. Grace Gee, toastmislrcss and" Uie nv.;mbcrs of the orchestra of which she: is a member and Mrs A. Dudley Gordon and Miss Ida Hamilton. During the program Mrs. Gee and Mr. Smith sang "Let Me Cull "Vou Sweetheart" and were joined by the entire group. Mr. Smith also rang a Negro spiritual. Fol- j lowing a very entertaining reacl- .. "It Takes a Heap O'Livin' " by Mrs. C. E. Wagner, another duet "Home Sweet Home" was sung by Mrs. Gee and Mr. Smith. On leaving the hotel Ihe guests were received by the co-hostesses and the worthy patrons. Following the banquet Mrs. Br-s- sie Pearl Buchanan presided at a special meting at the Masonic Hal! meeting was opened by T-> Bo Pix-scolt chapter exemplifying the Cross \vith lighted candles and sollly singing "The Old Rugged Cross" accompanied by Mrs Grace- Gee. Mrs. N. N. Daniel offered the prayer. Pledge qi Allegiance to the Hag was given in unison. The en- ure group sang "The Star Spangl-d Banner." Mrs. Ada Rice, Chapter charter member was introduced and given a corsage of red carnations denoting expressians of love for her laiihlul years of service in the Eastern Star. The adress given by „_,. .. A'lrs. Norrcll was inspiring and the privi-i revealed plans for the Grand'Chap- I caught 1 te '' session in December. Followin" ord-nnAM, n r-< ^ I him - hn was no worse'off" thanlje- ! t^ address Mrs. Paul Duchanan 01 d,unod by the City Council More. I presented Mrs. Norrell with an WE HAVE Seed Oafs, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe Youmans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas ol Mope, Arkansas: j Now here Section 1. All trucks in excess of I Pross. with one-hall Ion capacity shall here- 1 called Wine -illor nark parallel with the curb ( plovos' ami only in places where parallel parking is permitte-i. the same bi-- IIIK the purpose of this ordinance lo prohibit aii!',U- p;u-king bv such. types of vehioVs. This ordinance shall not apply to trucks stoppm- lor the purpose of loading or ''in- laiuiiti!! i-natoiials or merchandise, ."-eelion \>. The Chief of Police l post .such .signs as lie deem.-; essary to reasonably inform public of tliis ordinance. ction I). Anv per.-u-n | nee I the I S. this is our subject Mr. I honorary membership. '' 11<nv "''''o, 1 : ,! tr> , is i-. A 1 ' e . t -' c r'li«n was held immod- '-'n.j °r •'•',-, i !:i ' e '- v ^"""Wing the business niecl- j.-..^al.iiliatrd ! in;' and the rooms were lovely ""'" '-! and j with arrangements union | leaves. The serving erc-d with yellow : v.-ith. a lae(- cloth c -.-i-y.-inl l.-ov.-l of in; IV liL'llt.'cl vclli) | M:\rcfKT.e IVI-jiU;,!]..- i Ihe silver si-r\ id: ; lle.gan ::.:r\cd ihe ' with the DisUllery, Ri'cTil'vii Wine Workers' International of the A, F. of L. Local !:!.?. is rounding un luiuoj- store- eh-rk.-- tract which Prnss is IVireing ,- Ilioiisand store.-s thai enly inn: m>i- ; :on in and autumn table was cov- alin overlaid •nlererl w!l!i a ri-;j.olii.-: flank- pc-rs. Airs. REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and afr conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Notice io Sweet Potato Growers Difj your potatoes now before it rains and ruins the quality. Until further notice we offer you $50.CO per ten for No 1 Portorican and Redvelvels, which is ?,1.-:o per Bu. of 60 Uhs. We fuini-ii ttv- i-rstts and wani you to yd them and grade your luiosbtr ones in the field and put ihtin in crates as you pick th-rn up. Potatoes: that are pe.t in slur- age must lie handled without bruisinu. We pay 51:0.uu pi-,- ton for culii and r&utjh stuff and don't cart how you bring them in hut be sure and yet cratea for Number or,v-s and dirj them nov; as the prices may be lower after it rairii. E. M. McWiHiams Seed Store Hope, Ark. ... | Passed and approved d.-iv of October. 1(M(1. Publisned in the IToiv^ .?0th day of October, lil-lii. I l.vle Hrown Attest • M! '- V " r !\!r.s. Cha.'.- l-\ Uovner.son City Clerk FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile » Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 Vv^ednesday p.m., Oct. 20 5:00 Advenlure Parade—M Superman—M Captain Midnight—M -Salon Serenade News, Five Star Edition Today in Sports News Comment—M I' ulton j^ewis, Jr. Can You Top This—M House Speaker Joseph Martin—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M H:l--> Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Erskine Johnson—M 9:00 Opinionaire—M 9:30 Gene Cardo'.-; Orch.—M 9:4,i Shandor's Orch.—M 10:00 All tho News—M 10:15 Jimmy Featherstone's Orch —M 10:30 Lt. Gen. Robt. L. Eichclber- ger—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Thursdy a.m., Oct. 21 5:57 Sign On 6:00 Hillbilly Hoedown (3:15 Home Sweet Home C:2;5 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News, First Edition G:40 Arkansas Plowboys G:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:'}5 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Bob Poole's Show—M B:3.=> Organ Interlude 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 Gabriel Realtor's Mailbag —M 10:45 Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kale Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Thursday p.m., Oct. 21 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Song of the Day 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Heart's Desire—M 2:30 Red Benson's Show—M 3:00 Voeal Varieties 3:15 1490 Club 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 The Voice of tho Army 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superm an—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 0:00 Rhythm & Reason Texas after a visit ems, Mr. and Mrs. with her par- F. E. Murrah. Shelly Blakely has resumed his studies at Hendrix College, Conway after .spending the week-end •.viin his father. P. M. Blakely Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gee and daughter. Mary Ethi 1 of Texurkana spent, the weekend wilh Mr. and -VI is. linon Gee and other rela- Miss Dotty Yancey has returned to Suue Teachers College', Conway after a week-end visit wilh he'i parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yancey. Mr. and Mrs. and D;,w.':r),"i He m Little Hock. Carl Dalrymple iry spent Sunday iic Jones who attends achers College. Con way the guest of her parents. Mrs. Horace Jones. Mrs. • Ben WhiUiker has recently returned from Denver, Colorado '.'.'here she has been the guest of her brother. Dr. Sain Johnson and Mrs. Johnson. LET FOY DO IT » Level yards e Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens e Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St. F. M. Owen spent Houston, Texas. B. Heslerly left Sunday rom Little Rock for a week:; slay in Washington 1) c where .-lie will join Mrs. 1L E. Rouse who has spent several weeks "iore. Mrs. Henry Johnson of Roswell, New Mexico is the gue.st of her daughter. Mrs. Ben Whitaker and Mr. \Vhilaker. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES TcX3i-k;;na Rendering Plant Dial :i-7li:a (phone colh.-cU Ii -No Answer Dial :i-;JT70 Lei: Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or moke your oiJ one into Q comfottablc* inncrspiing. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed Furniture & Mattress Co 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 Mi's. \Vat nii.-d u , .-x:i ; - al' part nts, Mr •hilchvn. C'on \va.v who i.- i;s Statt wcix ; Dorolh;. 1 U'ilson h;v; rettirn- ln-r home in Little Hock after with in r molher, Airs Rob- ister, Mrs. Mr. Davis. DEPOT TICKET OFFICE TELEPHONE 196 Brooklyn, Oct. 20—M')—The "wait until next year" campaign at Brooklyn is off and running with solid propaganda from the liod"or lai-m club operations. Branch Rickey who owns or works wilh clubs in 27 of the 5» existing minor leagues beams on final .standings showing 22 of the 27 n the first divison. Eight Dodger clubs won pennants Jnd H took, cither flags or playoffs. I'our teams finished first in' the season and then swept the Panthers Seek The prize- example in Rickey's crop is Montreal, of course Manager Clay Hoppenr's Royals polished ol I the Inlernaiional League. Alter taking he Ilae and playoffs, th" Royals then .proceeded to belt over St. Paul another Brooklyn farm in the American Association lo win the Little World Series. ' Dodger farm pennant winners i in addition to Montreal, were Fort Worth in the Texas League 'under Manager Bobby Bragan. and Pon ea City, Okla.. in the K-O-M League. (5:15 New/3,, Five Star Final 0:25 Today in Sports G:30 News. Comment—M (5:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7:30 The Better Half—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 3:30 Revere All Star Revue—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Family Theatre—M 9:30 Alfred Smith Memorial Dinner—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Joe Keichman's Orch—M 10:30 Bill McCune's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sisn-Off Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist !o scil you a botile of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like tlie way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. —- «- •- «*j i >*i*- u u t: «5C* max ^r.y" ta s&tf' fa -$j tor Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis Camden, Oct. 20 —(Spll—A crippled hand of Panthers will journey to Hope Friday night for their annual encounter with the Hope Bobcats in an all important battle for District 7 AA honors. The .Panthers came out of their [tame wtih the Pine Bluff Zobrns in their worst shape of Die season bul will probably be in fair shape by same lime Friday ni.nht. Pine Bluff handed the Panthers their first .setback of the season by a 37 to 19 score. The CamrJon-Hopo came will be the 22nd renewal of" the rivalry of the two teams since 1923 and in this long series of games Die Bobcats lead with 11 victories lo 9 for the Panthers with one lie game Camden has not defeated Hope in the pnsl oitjhl encounters. The Camden team is led by Cap- tougii night of football ngainst the Bobcats and they hope lo stop the All-Slate thrusts of Buddy Sutton and Tommy Brill. The Panthers arc prcpim; for a tains Bobby Linebarior and'Robert Cross. The Panther line which has been outweighed all season has played good ball despite their handicap. The Panther line averages about 1G9 pounds per man with ihe backs GERMAN DEMONSTRATES Frankfurt, Germany, Oct. 20 Ml—About 80.000 German worker demonstrated in two Americai zone cities today against high iiv ing costs. Some 70.000 attended a oric-ho'.i protest meeting in Manneheim. ai industrial center, and 10.000 Von ducted a similar session in '• UK old university city of He-dclbcrg. Salesman Wasifed Excellent .opportunity for 1 n young man experienced in the retail Dry Goods Field to become Iraveling salesman. Liberal commission basis — guaranteed semi-mom lily drawing and weekly expense account — must live in territory. South Arkansas — must be aggressive — have a good reputation — neat in appearance — car essential. Apply in own handwriting giving selling background, associations and age. Write: Sfreadfey-Hemng Dry Goods Company P. 0. Box 1592, Shreveport, Louisiana THRU FRIDAY Good Old Time Gospel Singing averaging about 15?, pounds pe man. Camdcn's band will accom pany the learn lo Hope. • SAENGER' © STARTS SUNDAY ; IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH THAT it has a hard-wax finish BLACK • BROWN • TAN • OXBLOC"; BRISK AS FALL AND TWICE AS WARM! BRAND GABARDINE TOPCOAT Tcri/ored by Daroff * < • f •<• / f *i™i » /•* ' ^ i f. * j V^?!^ 1 'eag .e Me S > UNDER AUTHORS Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY H °JL E 3 92C ° CA - COLA BOTTLING CO 1 " 392 Second and Louisiana Sts. O 1748, The Cc: J Company Crisp, lusty, waccr-rppellcnt "Botany" Brand 500 Gabardine! Pur it on and walk out of" our store feeling rich! A wealth of long-wearing fabric..^ harvest of imprt.-sMve'siyl- ing...and Pocdly wnnnrl) in j usc the i-igh: coinfoftab'c amount for Fa!!! You coiil Jn'i as!: for' a better topcoat ( at tin- price than this planned product of 2 rsshion ^•cialis^.C-nc in today tor the best possible s-.-k-cti.;n,. <f" ff J*A. $ oO HERBERT U R N S for Men and Boys ;i v; ;solra: , tn . =rU .. —. n.j. ftj . ,,. s.t-

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