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Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Adi Must Be In Office Number of One Three Six One Words Day Days Days Month Up to 15 45 .90 1.50 4.50 16 to 20 60 1.20 2.90 0.00 21 to 25 75 1.50 2.50 7.50 26 to 30 SO 1.80 3.00 9.00 311035 3.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 36 to 40 1.20 2.40 4.00 1200 41 to 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 1350 W to 50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Day Betorn Publication For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. Me- Williams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 0-lmo SEE FINIS JOHNSON FOK choice pigs. Washington, Arkansas, Phone 2. 18-01 ONE HEAVY DUTY "cATERPlT," lar pull grader and terraccr for $325.00. C. B. Ward, Emmet, Ar- ^kansas. ;B-Gt BATTERY FRYEIRS 2 ""POUNDS and over. Fancy homemade candies ot all kinds. Packed in 1 and 2 pound boxes. Mrs. C. J. Downing,. 208 Bonner Street, Phone .588-W. 23-31 20 GUAGE REMINGTON ATJTfT- matic shotgun, model li. Practically new. Will sell cheap. If interested call 10D7-W or see H. D. Shirley at Shirley's Grocery. 23-fit YOUTH BED WITH INNEH- spring mattress and box springs. In excellent condition. Phone 856. 24-31 NICE PAPER SHELL PECANS. 35c pound, 3 Ibs. $1.00. Cheaper in larger amounts. W. C. Johnson, Blevins, Rt. 1. 24-31 EIGHT PIECE WHITE "OAK DIN-, ing • room suite. Very modern Phone 360. 2-1-31 PHILCO LARGE'TABLE MODEL radio in good condition, also wood burning fireplace boater. Phone _382-W._^ 2(i-3t SEVERAL BUNCHES OF ST/U'K fruit trees at 400 South Klin Street. Must bo sold. Phone 4H7. 26-31 SIX COON AND MINK HOUNDS. 1 squirrel dog. Hovvell Bailey, Rosston, Arkansas, Route 2. 26-61 SMALL 12 INCH TRICYCLE ONLY used two weeks. Excellent condition. Phone 214 after G p.m. 26-31 Salesman Worsted Real Estaf-e for Sole DUPLEX APARTMENT. 215 Norlh Hervoy. Each unit contains 5 rooms and bath, screened in porch and garage. Induction for cash sale. See John L. Wilson Jr. Phone 430. 10-6t NEW MODERN COTTAGE CLOSE in. Possession now. S3750.00. SIX ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN Subject to offer. NEW City COTTAGE Limits. ADJOINING COTTAGE ONE FOUR ROOM Mile Out. HAVE BUYER WITH S7.000. CASH 1o pay for small farm. Tyler Row. 22 -31 Realty Service. Cotton 50 ACRES. If) INSIDE CITY i limits and 40 outside. See Gentry Printing Company, Phone 241 By Weatbrook Peglor Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Friday, November 26, 1948 Now that it is all over, I wish Mr. Truman would tell me where he saw those 75-cent iamb chops that he talked so much about . For a long time, fair to good lamb chops have been steady to brisk at $2 a unit in the humble inn whore room-service mothers my modesty wants and we seldom speak of steak because even a thread-bare little sheet of senile bull-muscle of a six.e and texture suitable for black-eye therapy is S3.50. The regular steaks are prae lically out of print because they start at $4 for the minute version, which is not a measure of time but an old French proverb meaning: "How did you find the steak? Oh. I found it under one of the peas." Beyond that, steaks go into _„.. .'the metaphysical realm of the non-, T,T~^™77,7^""~",'7; ""^ l f '"mmital maybe. It is not a sub-1 .-...DESIRING 4 •/, GI iject for the waiters, but one for 1 loans should make application on agents and negotiation. these houses before December 1: t r n • ,,. j If you are really serious, the' SIX ROOMS, MODERN THROUGH |t nint '_ to , c!o ' K !'° to n licensed bro- 0111, garage attached, hardwood''""" floors, floor furnace. S200 down. Magnolia Considers Bid fro Oklahoma Papoose Bowl Oklahoma City, Nov. 26 — (IP)— Eastern Oklahoma A. and M. College, Wilburton, today was named the host team in the third annual Papoose Bowl football game to bo player! here Dec. 3. Mose Simnis. chairman of the bowl committee of Die sponsoring wigwam Wise men of America siad the guest team would bo named by tomorrow night. Eastern's season record is six victories, one tie and one loss Sirnms said that under conider- ation are Joplin, Mo., Junior College; Magnolia A. & M. at Map- noha. Ark. Tyler. Tex.. Junior College, Mew Mexico Military In stilutu at Roswell, N M and Pueblo, Colo.. Junior College YOU AND YOUR CAR CAN MAKE money, Permanent local work. Write box 98, c/o Hope Star. 23-31 Services Offered WANT A COOKING JOB? EXPER~- ienced. Call 742-R from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 22-31 For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. Vj mile East of Hope On Highway 4 Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department, (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers .222 East 3rd S,t. Phone 81 Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your o!d one info a comfortable inncrspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" 'All DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 °r, 1 231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood ' Hope $45.45 monthly, 1423 South Walker street. SIX ROOMS. EXTRA LARGE corner lot, floor furnace and attic fan. modern. S175 down, $42 42 monthly, 321 East 13th street. SIX ROOMS, THREE BEDROOMS, floor furnace, attic fan, oak floors, corner lot, $170 down, $30.39 monthly, 321 East 15th street. NEW AND MODERN FIVE-ROOM house, 75 by 231 lot, garage, near High School, $170 down, $393.9 monthly. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, ON PAVE- ment, newly decorated, $1150 down, ,$33.94 monthly, 123 South Washington street. MODERN TWO - BEDROOM house, located on paved highway one mile from town, all utilities 150-foot frontage by 300 feel deep, garage, owner leaving Hope. SI CO down, $32.73 monthly. FHA LOANS ALSO ARE AVAIL- able on the above listings. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 305! East Second Phone 221 _ 23-31 22 ACRES OF LANoT SMALL store, 3 room house with electric lights and butane gas. Young orchard and some timber. Mrs. J. E. Causey, 3% miles East of Blevins, Arkansas. 24-Ot kcr and get him to scuffle around , and bring in a set of offerings, Even the Stork Club doesn't carry steak as an article of trade these days and you will understand what that means when you remember that the Stork has been practically the inner-sanctum of the State Department, the F.B.I., the supreme court and the selfless secretariat of the While House for 10 years. The menu doesn't invilc your interest in steak, It snarls: "broiled filet mignon, Baltimore, $5.00." Filet mignon means steak, but I i understand the Baltimore effect is just for prestige with people who For Rent DUPLEX APARTMENT, UNFUR- nuishcd, 4 rooms, private entrance and bath. Close in. See A. H. Eversmeyer at end of South Main Street. 22-3t TWO ROOM FURNISHED AFART~- mt>rit. 712 Ea.st Division. 24-31 MY HOME FOR~ RENxT"SEE~ME Saturday or Sunday morning at 710 N. Elm Street. C. A ' Hams. Notice WE BUY, SELL, AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines W H West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. • !. lrno SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid tho rush. Clias. Reynerson, Phone 21! Nights, 3G9-W City Hall. 4-lmo MAKING TRIP TO Arsenal five days lake four others. RED RIVER 1 F Y C ) U W.A N T TO \\ ".V. N'F A ?i Of >" D larm see Joe Porterfield at Sprim' Hill. Wo rated was in fauntleroys and taking violin lessons. There is no such thing as a Baltimore steak, but it .might as well read "Filet mignon. Chester, Pa., " because nobody ever asks any particulars, at $5. If Mr. Truman does know where lamb chops go for 75 cents, just what i.s his position on that, anyway? It is just as silly to argue for a flat, nationwide .price for a lamb chop to all classes of customers as it would be to demand a standard wage for all of us across the country. When wages are regulated by the government, through the unions as they are in most of the trades, there is no reason why a man who makes $125 a week should be guaranteed lamb chops at the price he paid when the same job paid only SCO. He ought to pay at least twice as much for everything because whatever it i.s that he is producing costs the consumers roughly twice as much. In many cases, he should be made to pay an extra penalty price for his eggs, underwear and house because a large portion of his wages — say about one-third represents sheer extortion from the consumers. This is the money he gets for mock-work, loafing, some classes of porlal-to-portal time and artifi cial 'Overtime.Artificial overtime is the double-time for Saturdays which tho government helps the tin- ions to collect for men who insist on working Saturdays but never show up on Mondays. They get one day's pay free and there are millions of them in on this. For that day's pay they produce no apartments, no automobiles or anything else. Mock-work is various, but the hamburger rnan who gets $20 a day as an oiler on a little engine running a pump or a hoist which needs only a dale of grease in the cups once a month is a good example. He puts in his time gnawing hamburgers and he is usually a no-goocl in-law of some fine, hom"- loving. Godfearing family man in the council of the likes of Frank Hague. _ He ought to pay $5 for his ' '" ' ' " wouldn't be the all them with Arkansas and W&M Meet Saturday By CARL BELL Little Rock, Nov. 26—m—There'll be a bowl atmosphere in War Memorial Stadium here when Wil |liam and Mary's Indians and the Arkansas Ilazorbacks match foot h;'ll power and prowess tomorrow. These are the teams which staged a thriller in the Dix'i Bowl I at Birmingham, Ala., last New I Year's Day with Arkansas winning 121-1!). Some 30,000 fans will turn ; r,u! 111 anticipation of an approxi ;m;Ue replay tomorrow. | .And both teams are in the bovl picture again. William and Mary already has signed to play in Mem ;phis' Delta Bowl Jan. 1. If it wins ] tomorrow. Arkansas is virtually certain of being the host team in a New Year's Day game in Little Rock, Chances arc, however, jurday's battle would be The Hope Bobcats ended one of the most successful seasons at Nashville by soundly licking the ocrappcrs 14-0 in a hard fought contest before some 5000 fans. The victory gave Hope a record of 10 wins against a couple of losses Hope pushed over a touchdown in each half, one on a 25-yard drive and the final on a sustained drive the entire length of the field. Nashville as expected was highly keyed up and fought hard all the way but the masterful play of the Bobcat line led by Westbrobk, kept the Scrappers in trouble most of the time. Time and again Westbrook playing his best game of the season broke through to throw Scrapper ballcarriers for losses. The entire Hope line simply outplayed the larger Nashville forwards. They thrust back 3 Scrapper scoring threats. Coach Lester Bradley had his defense geared to stop Sutton and Britt's end runs but in doing so weakened the center of his line and the Bobcat backs cracked off tackle almost at will in the second half. Nashville received and Hope recovered a fumble on the Scrapper 25. Huddleston did the heavy work through the line to the Scrapper 8. Sutton circled right end to score and Bobby Joe Lee split the uprights. The rest of the half was nip and tuck with Nashville going to the Hope 3 but when the ball went over on downs they had lost yardage. The Bobcats took the kickoff to open the second half and marched straight down the field to score. The tally was set up by a 25-yard run by Brill to the Scrapper 3 where Sutton hit the line to score. Lee made it 14-0. From then own the Hope line had charge of the situation, breaking through time and again to throw the Scrappers back. Although they were tough all the way the Scrappers just didn't have it where it counted. It was the third straight Hope victory over Nashville. that Sat - ,_ just as promising an attraction if no bowl angles were attached. In the first place, while Arkan sas is a sevcnpoint favorite with the oddsmakers, many observers feel the teams are much more evenly matched. I Also, each sports a spectacular '"Mr. Outside and Mr. Inside" backfield team of the Davis Elanchard type. For Arkansas it's Clyde (Smaekovcr) Scott, thn blaz ing Olympic hurdler, on the out side and Leon (Muscles) Campbell Jon the inside plunges. William and | Mary has Tcrnmy Korczowski for the end runs and powerful Jack (Flying) Cloud to handle the bat teriiig rani chores. Campbell may find himself oper ating most of the time, however, with Sophomore Ray Parks, a fast coming triplcthrcat'er. beside him in the tailback slot. Scott is sure to play, but. because of a knee injury, mnv see only limited action. There's a possibility that Cloud's activity, too, will be restricted. He is listed for a starting assignment out has been troubled this week with a bad cold. At least half a do7.cn other In |dKMi players are on the ailing list with flu and injuries and some of them may miss the trip here. Back Buddy Lex has been declared out of Saturday's game because of a knee injury. Although William and Mary's dc tense was good enough to give the Indians a tie with mighty North Carolina, the Arkansans have spent more time on defense than OM of fensc this week. Recalling that they had to come from behind twice to I win in the Dixie Bowl, the Razor | backs have worked especially on ways and means of stopping Korczowski's passing and the line wrecking smashes of Cloud. Both teams were to arrive here in time for light workouts this aft- ternoon the Indians flying from WUhamsburg, Va., and the Razorbacks coming by bus from Fay etteville. Boudreau Is MostValuabfe Player New York, Nov. 26 — Iff) — Lou Boudreau was the most valuable player in the American League in 194 f! — naturally. Most everybody agreed on that a month ago. Now it's official on the vote of the 24man committee of the Baseball Writers Association. The writers rated the athletes from one to 10 but Ed Burns of the Chicago Tribune, the retiring pros ident, reports 22 of them named Boudreau first. The other two first nlace ballots went to Joe DiMap"io the pillar of the New York Van keen. If the vote had been taken after the World Series, the shortstop manager of the world champion jCioveland Indians probably would |have made a clean sweep.'But this balloting war; done before the so ries, in fact, before the American League pennant was decided in the final week of the season. Boudreau .made n good ease for himself on the playing field. 1. He played the, most shortstop oi anybody in the league. 2. He led Cleveland to its first flag nnd scries victory since 1920. 3. He hit .355 second only to Ted Williams, the champ. 4. He worked out. the pickoff play that created such a stir in the sc ries. The standings, figures on a point basis of 14.987,654,321. (First place votes in paren theses) 1. Lou Boudreau, Cleveland (22) ^ '>.. Joe DiMaggio, New York (2) 3. Ted Williams. Boston, 171. 4. Vern Stephens, Boston. 121. 5. Bob Lemon, Cleveland! 101. fi. Joe Gordon, Cleveland, 63. ' 7. Tommy Henrich, New York 63. 8. Geiu Bcarclen. Cleveland, 52. 9. Hal Newhouscr. Detroit. 48 10. Eddie Joost, Philadelphia 39 Football By The Associated Press Army vs. Navy at Philadelphia MBS: 12:15 p. m.. also televised. Football Roundup — CBS 1:30 fourth weekly summation of multi- game play, to include direct pick uns from Army-Navy, Washington Notre Dame. North Carolina-Virginia. Miss'ssinni Stale-Mississippi, and Georgia Tech-Georgia. Southern Methodist vs. Texas Christian at Dallas—NBC l:4f,. Mississippi vs. Mississippi State at Oxford, Mis.—ABC 1:45. Charles Tompkins, Prcscott; Jerry M. Geren, Fort Smith; G. C. <Hog) Allen, Little Rock; Gervas Blakely Akron, Ohio: Elic Ellington, Booneville: W. E. Bradford, Harisburg: Boyd C'ypert, Washington D. C. Rodney Stout, Siloam Springs: Jake Rhyne, Atlanta, Ga.;» George Schalchling, St. Louis, Mo.;* J. T. Rudd, St. Louis Lee Martin, Warren; O. C. (Jack) Thomas, Armory, Miss.; John Vann, Shreve- porl. I/a.; Steve Creokmorc, Fort Smith Bert Harb and Harper Harb, both of Little Rock and A, Port. McGohce. Liltle Rock. Nov. 2fi — f/P) — The coach and players who gave the University of Arkansas one of its brightest foolball eras early in this centurv arc staging a reunion here and will watch their modern counterparts in action against William and Mary tomorrow. ,Hugo ' Bex.dek. who in 1909 coached the only undefeated, untied team in II. of A. history, is here for four davs of looking back to the "old davs" with about 3f) of the men who nloyed under him. His wife is with him. Be/.dek. a backfield great at Chicago University in his nlnying davs, was head foolball and baseball coach at Arkansas through 1912.. Later he powerhouses at Orcsron Slate. Now retired, he jDovletown, Pa. "Bex." as his athletes called him will be guest, of honor tonight nt a banquet given by his former players. He also is to attend a Razorback Club breakfast tomorrow and will be on hand for the gootball game in the afternoon. Among the Razorbacks of the Bezdek era who have signified intentions of attending tonight's banquet are: ] Roy Wood. Faycltcvillo; P. C. Hunlly, Harlingen. Tex.; Ray Davis. Litlle Rock Russell May. Chicago; Frank- Bryan, Groesbeck. jTex.: Grady Miller, Little Rock: jClinl Young, East St. Louis, 111. Walter Drover, Ardmore, Okla.; from 1908 produced and Penn resides at Marriage rites in the Andaman Islands consist simply of publicly placing the bride on the bridegroom's lap. ond His Former Grand Olc Opry Gang. Featuring the ramous "ARKANSAS Rosella Dean the sweatneart of Song, The Gospel Singers, Elmer Sparks Comedian, and other favorites. Direct from Nashville, Tenn. IN PERSON AT E CITY HALL ,, Nov. 8 P. M. Adm. 50c and 75c (Tax Included) Don't Miss These Radio and Recording Stars. urvu H1VKK i ,—,— -•••,-,••1 ^. a week. Can lamb , t '. h , 0 I 3s anrl u \V Phone B05-R W( "' st , lck ,' a Ul « !mlil |)j_.^ ground glass. Ciood land, good crops and food houses. See J. B. Johnson, Route -, Enuncit, Arkansas. 20-2w Lost - POINTKR nmn DOC; » months old. While with brown .snots. Split brown lefl ear fluid's pet. Johnnie Nasli. Phono 270-J. (-! FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Aiphalt Tile • Rubber TIN. ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DC IT « Level yards « Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens * Cut Vacant Lots * Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut St REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles OEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) H No Answer Dial 3-5770 my arguments seem LI stir discriminatory price's under and if that smacks of fascism 1 have expressed myself well. Bill discriminatory controls of wages in favor "' certain groups are bound to in- PT?7'r7^r7 * 1 "' 1 ll; n'dships on other bunches of .., "!:•,.'..„„ l^"Pl« unless the same also compels UK- people Iravaganl wages to pay evtrava- gant .prices. I twould bo a wise criticism of the extortion of the building trades if their members had to pay six numths 1 rent for five months' occupancy. They get six- days' pay for five days on Ihe job ill would be hard to say how much work ihey really do,' but when ,.V(iU count out an hour a dav at ;$2.;>0 or $:t an hour for travel to and fro, HO minutes of coffee-time [morning and afternoon, 10 minutes tor whistle-jumping at close of day ivou shorten the work-week one more day. i .Your 'honest artisan really gels s).x days' pay for four ciavs r w'orl-- and even at that his production is retarded so much that you would :>c L'.onernus in stating that he dc, livers three days' work for six | days' pay. The sheeper in Montana I has no way of needlinu into his I price ot lamb chops double-time jlor til.' growin;; that his animals I do on Saturdays. 1 concede that "(' must be doing well, for he is '"" arbitrary fellow who will (.nil cping in a minute when he sin- is that In- isn'i. Moreover, like Hie res;! of Hie farmers, hi' is • a parasiie v.iih a vested in'- :md the price of chops in- u-avy subsidy paid i,v same ;;o\vrmneni which ' ll him that if lie didn't re- would be a his- Hundreds of Hope fans journeyed to Nashville yesterday to see 15 members of the Bobcat squad play (heir final game of the season. lii that 15 are some mighty good football players. It i.s the general policy to give most of the glory to senior members of a football team with the others getting their share whc-n (Key become seniors. But the play of several member:-; of the Bobcat sqtiad who will be back next year deserve :-'p"cial mention. There i;; no way In give Burgos:- 1 Gaivrtt llv publicity duo him. The blond 17fi-pound Bobcat tackle has been the mainstay nt tho line all season— in fact he has never been injured enough to keep him o'.it of a game. Garrett is all-stale material and if ho continues to play as well r.s in the past he should gel, that recognition next season. Other linemen deserving lots of credit and who will play a lot of football next season include. Otis Keith at tackle. Gordon Beasley at Guard, Richard Brunei' at center. Next year's backfiold will include Wesley Hnddloslnn. Mitchell LaGrone, Edsel Nix and probably Roger Neal. Even the brilliant Sutton and Uritt could not overshadow the play this season of Wesley lluddleslon and Mitch LaGrone, who will be ''(he" boys next season. Bobby Harris will also be counted on. New York, Nov. 2G — UP) The Cleveland Browns. Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles all have an opportunity Sunday to win a 1948 pro football championship Cleveland, kingpin of the All America Conference the past two years, can clinch the circuit" western half flag and the Bills can grab the eastern division title, The Browns, who downed the Los Angeles Dons 31-14 in a Thanksgiving Day game .yesterday, take I on the runnerup 49ers in San Francisco boasting a one game i lead with two games to go. A" 49or (triumph will tie up the race. j Buffalo. 30-35 victory over the jChicago Rockets in the league's .other holiday game, tackles' the |n.iiinc"iip Yankees in New York. A j Bi'ffrlo trinmnh and a Baltimore i defeat will move the Bills into the playoffs. Philadelphia, idle yesterday, ca>i 1-sew up its second straight National I League Eastern Division crown bv : taming th' : > invading Pittsburgh I.Steelers while- the Chicago Bears turn li::cU the runnerup Washing ton Rodskins. The Eagles, win | on osns. he Eagles, win :ners of seven straight games, lead I the Skins by a game and a half with three to go. j Yesterday the defending cham- i Hoii Chicago Cardinals topped the IDi'troil Lions. 2814, to h'X'arl their tic with tho Bears for the lead. Olio Graham was Ihe big noise in Cleveland's triumph over the Dons before 00,031 fans at Los S ocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Call 1000 or Contact Office By The Associated Press Except for two more rounds of i the championship playoffs, the | nigh school grid season closed in • Arkansas yesterday (Thursday). _ Liltle .Rock, with the first Big Six title already safely tucked i away, played like champions in I rolling 4fi-7 over North Litlle Rock. In the only other Big Six game. Pine Bluff walloped Hot Springs The two other Big Six entries took on nonconfcrcnce opponents. F6rt Smilh defeating Subiaco 27-7 and El Dorado battling C'amden to a 7-7 draw. Most of the teams still in the playoffs won in games which have no effect on the championshins. but two playoff teams fared badly. Blytheyille and Smackover, which will tangle for the Class AA title next week, came through this week with flying colors. Blytheville took Memphis Catholic High 35-26. And Smackover thumped Warren. A team still in the Class A playoffs, 34-12. Pocahontas, a Class B contender scored a 27-7 victory over Walnut Ridge. Another Class B aspirant, West Memphis, suffered its first defeat of the season on humiliating fashion, falling 7-10 before Hughes. Paragould Class A opponent of Warren next week, whipped Jonesboro 28-7. Results of the games yesterday included: Hope 14, Nashville 0. Texarkana, Tex., 20 Texarkana, Aik., 14. Parngould 20 Jonesboro 7 Forrest Citv 14 Wynne 13. Magnolia 35 Ford.vre 0. Harrison 32 Huisville G Sumgart 20 Brinkley 0 Batesville 13. Newport 7. Hamburg 0 dwell (j (ii 0 i Helena 12 Marianna (i McGhen 13 Dermott l n Mena 19 DeQueen 7. C'onway 4(i. IVIorrilton f). A'"-;-.sta (i. Bald Knob f) Gillelt 40 Elaine 111. Doves and pigeons have no gallbladder, for sloriiiL' bile. lhou"h Ihry produce it in their livers.'' Angeles. The great quarterback threw two touchdown passes in the first half and then sneaked over from the one in third period to break a 14-14 tie. SHIRTS A complete assortment of ENRO whites. Lustrous broadcloth with Dentex, regular fuse collars, Lantex, short point, wide opened, and regular fused collars with French cuffs Sizes 14 to I 8. ' FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z.TURNER ter i Little Rock, Nov. 2ti -— i.-l'i— Lots jni ducks and plenty of water was .' lln' report front the grand prairie as Ark;'.n:;as' 30-day duck hunting se:ison opened today. : Tom Mi;ll, educational director ,ol Uie A rkansas Game ami Kish l.'<>i,'mission, said "It looks like there are ducks everywhere, and 1 ; think we have plenty of water to hi'Li them." I He al. : o reported large numbers .of rec.-e. I';" i>pcn season on ducks and ;;(•< se he'.'nn at noon today and ex •.lends through Dec. 25. The daily ba.L 1 . l.mit mi both is four, but goose •hunters may only kill two Canadian <•;• (v n \\iiitelrouted geese daily.) ";• one of each. ' j A feature of the first weekend of : li ." .-ea.--.in v. ill be the anuiiua! na !i"n:d duel. ca!!i:K-, cnntesl in Sum- •;,ai i inmnrrow. : f ne Arkansas slate champion wii! L>e iiuip.ed in uilernoon compe •i:iion i:!i;l will cuinpete for the na Ilieiial litle ayainst champions of |otl;c-r tituliL'S in a night contest. I Ten lo thirteen million people I go iivhh-water fishing in the I United Slates, each season. No\ ' Gi t \oui \vitei or waterproof Alligutor coat. I n-.l m it\ It, ptotn tion \ ilue Wide range of models and fabrics! THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS II Boys Broadcloth Heavy Flannelette PAJAMAS . BOYS BOYS Corduroy and gabardine with elastic tops. Wine, brown, tan and blue. Smart style overcoats for boys that are all wool. In all tan. Sizes 3 to 8. Only i\ 1 JA,lJ( r All wool plaids with large pockets. Sizes 10 to 20. Just the thing for cold weather Wear EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS

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