Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 8, 1948 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 8, 1948
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Paga Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Ad» Must Be la Office Day Before Publication Somber of One Three Six One words Day Days Days Month 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 - 45 .60 .75 .80 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 - 80 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 G.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 . . . . Rates are for Continuous .„ „, Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR rent. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street. C-31 FURNISHED HOPSE. APPLY AT Middlebrooks Grocery Phone 607.' " c-3t I WILL RENT' MY HOiMR. partly furnished, to permanent responsible party. Call 1112-W-2 after Wednesday. 7-3t TWO OR THREE ROOM~FURN- ished apartment, couple and Child. Phone 1191. 7-:H G ROOM HOUSE, "MODERN", located at 015 West Avenue E. Phone 936., 7-31 Services Offered FLOOR SANDING. OR FLOOR finishing. Call Vcrnon Osborn, 805 West Gth Street, Phone 066-W. , 3-Gt Salesman Wanted MAN WANTED FOR 1500 FAMILY Rawleigh business. In City of Hope or next county. Permanent if you are a hustler. Write Rawleigh's Dept. AKL-fMl-123, Memphis, Tenn. 6-41 Wanted to Buy COON AND OPOSSUM HIDE?, also the moat. Chickens and eggs. See W. H. Thomas at Emmet, Arkansas. 7-3t Business Opportunity GET IN MERCHANDISING business, with sma!! investment, White or Colored. Write Box OB Hope, Ark. R-3t Help Wanted LADY TO KEEP CHILI^WHILE mother works. 5 days per week. Private room and * bath. Write box 98 in care of Hope Star. 7-31 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lots • Also cuatom work, HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut 8t FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS PLANT NOW See us for Rose Bushes and Shrubs for fall planting Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7G23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 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 or 1231-J Nights and Sunday* 119 Edgewood Hope WANTED PECANS SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON CAR BODIES JUNK BATTERIES RADIATORS ANY KIND OF METAL BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Soo E. M. McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. .0-lmo FRYKRS. BATTERY RAISED" While Rocks. $1.00 each. Phono 9G6-W, Vcrnon Osburn, 805 W. Oth ^Street. 7.(H ]!M2 FORU LOG TRUCK7'cTrAlNS and Ing equipment.. Good tiros, Sec Bill Clements,' Emmet, Arkansas. Route 1. 2-Ct NKW LARGE "BOYS' BICYCLE, Bargain. Can bo soon at Bryan Glass and Salvage Company. 7-.'H i METAL LATHE" 2~"\vobr> lathes. 2 band saws, 1 drill press, 1 thickness plane.:-, 1 sanding machine, 1 jig saw, 1 hand drill and G5 bits, electric lawn mower sharpener, 1 bench saw, hand tools galore, 1 .12 guajjc Remington automatic, and n ft. cluck boat. Each unit has own power William SLcphensoii, Phone 72. 7-3t Ouachita to Play Legion Here Tonight Ouachita College Independents Play the local American Legion team here tonight at the High School at 8 o'clock. Ounchita boasts a fine team that edged out the strong Prescotl Lcgionairos Monday night. Friday night the Legion five takes on a team from Blcvins also composed of Legion p]avers. Wednesday, December Q, 1948 in the Card, Bears Be Unknowns Giving Big- Timers a Scare Miami, Fin., Doc. (3 — f/P) — A warning thnt the big-name pros are going to have to hustle to maintain leadership in the S10.000 Miami open was sounded yesterday when a pair of virtual unknowns carded (iii's in the qualifying round Buster Mills. 31-year-old former caddy from Kan.sa.s Cit.v, Mo , toured tii" re-designed ' Miami Springs course in 3fi-:i::~.fi!!. A shorl time later Ned Cooper, pro from Cliai-loUo. N. O., carded n '.VI on the front nine and 30 on the return trip for (j;;. The open, silver jubilee edition, begins ThiirsfJ/iy. SOLID OAK. 5 PIECE DINETTE Suite. See at House 318 at S.P.G. after fl p.m. . 7.31 HOT WATER HEATER, CO~M~ mode and old lumber. G07 South Pine. Phone 7flfi-W. 7-3t occasional chairs and mirror to match. Very modern. Phone 360. 7-3t GERMAN CAMERA. ROLLIE- cord I, F3ij Zeiss lens, with ilcalbor carrying case. Flashgun, tripod, and filters. Excellent condition. Sec at Shipley's Studio. 7'.;j Wanted VETERAN WANTS ON ~THE JOB training work. Phone 4B2-L-3. 7-3t NoHce WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phono 1226-W., Hope, Ar_ ___ __ _ SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that, lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynorson, Phone 28JNights, 3GO-W City Hal!. 4-1 mo ORDERS FOR HOME "MADE Christmas cakes should be placed by Friday, December 17. Mrs. Doyle Reeves, Phono (M8-W. 7-3t FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ^ Chicago, Dec. ;: — r/l>) — J4 O ' C since Red Grange turned pro in his heyday of the roaring 20's has professional football in Chicago reached such frenzied heights as it has for the Cardinals-Bears battle jm Wrigley field Sunday. The cross-town rivals, each with 10 wins and one defeat for the campaign, tangle for the Western division crown of the National I'ootball league. All seats have been sold for nearly two months and standing room tickets also have gone, assuring a crowd of more than 51 000 The game is to be televised. Ihc nrst this season by the two Chicago teams. Bears' officials say about 150.000 persons arc clamoring for seats -"or the game, which they tab the greatest box office natural in the history of pro football. The Cardinals, who broke; into greatness only in the past two years, defeated the Boars twice last season onrouto to winning the national crown. The same club is back this time with Charlie Trippi, Elmer Angsman, Pat Harder, Paul ChnsUnan and others making it the most feared offensive unit in the league. The Bears, an overwhelming defensive team with plenty of punch, too, have added some new attractions — such as Johnny LuJack, Bobby La.vnc and Lineman George Connor . The Northsiders are the only club to defeat the cards this season. It was 28-17 in the first game the Southsiders played following the dressing room death of Tackle Stan Mauldin. Christman, their No. 1 quarterback, broke his wrist in the second quarter against the Bears. He is just now getting back in service and will be ready for full time duly Sunday. The Bears' only defeat was to the Ea glcs in the rain at Philadelphia 127, a victory that fused the Easterners' march to their divisional honors. Currently, the Bears are slight favorites. The rivalry between the two clubs started in 1920 and is the oldest in pro football. The Bears hold an edge with 3G wins, 12 losses with six games being tied. During this span the Bears have uncorked 950 points to the Cards' 528. oB 1 Leagues Open Air Convention I Minneapolis. Dec. ,<; • The minor league's o CUP) _ pened their annual convention today on the unique note of "too much prosperity " | George M. Trautinan, the minor {league commissioner, who presided over the meetings at which more than (iOO club presidents were represented, said baseball had to face the I'aH that inflation was a serious problem. j Even though attend/nice hit an nll-tirne high during last season, Trautmii'i stressed ('iTirultje 5 ; which plagued certain clubs and which threatened eventually to force them out of business. The unfortunate Newark, N. J club, long the prize minor league franchise of Die New York Yankee 'dynasty, was cited as a typical ex[ ample of the most pressing of jlhe.se problems — television. . Television is considered a byproduct of prosperity because so many persons in the United States now have enough money to buy sets. Therefore, they can choose to watch mainr league games in the licsure of their living rooms instead of making the effort to at tend minor league games in parks where thev cannot ="c the same caliber of play. Those cir'cum- stancoE literally wrecked Newark as a minor league town. CHRSSTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monts Seed Store Let Us Rebuild Your Old Class A, B All-District Little Rock, Dec. 8 — i.<B —Stars of teams which will play in the finals of the playoffs this week took the most number of places on the official 1948 All-State high school football elevens. Paragould, favorite for the Class A title, placed three players on the all-Class A team picked by coaches and announced by the Arkansas Athletic Association today. The Bulldogs' opponents for the playoff final at Parngould Friday nislit. Renlon's Panthers, earned two places on the all-star roll. Six other teams had one representative each. Playoff finalists also copped five positions on the all-Class B team. Lake Village placed three and Dermott two. Pocahontas which was eliminated from the playoffs in the semi-final round also had three All-Staters. The official all-Class A eleven- Ends — Jack Turner, Paragould Tommy Dozier, Batcsville Tackles — L e 1 1 b u r n Helena Bill Lovall, Bcnton. Guards — Jimmy Sharder, Par at'oulcl A. B. Patrick, Malvcrn. Center—Lindale Harverson, Wal- drnn. Backs — Bill Daniel, Paragould, Sam Shoppoch, Benton Billy Ray Storeay, Magnolia Johnny Cole, Warren. Art Shires Is Charged With Murder Dallas, Tex., Doc. 8 — (IP) — Art (The Great) Shires, who mixed baseball with boxing, has been charged with murder in the death ot W. H. (Hi) Erwin. a former minor league player and umpire. Shires was charged yesterday with murder with malice aforethought in the court of Justice of the Peace W. L. Sterrett. The one-time major league first baseman was .first questioned Monday night and released on a $5.000 bond in a habeas corpus writ. He was tn appear before Judge Robert A. Hall in district court today. Erwin 50. died in a hospital here Saturday. Officers quoted Shires as saying he had a fipht •with Erwin Oct. 3. Dr. P. A. Rogers, one of the physicians who examined Erwin. said he found that Erwin had died from hypostatic pneumonia and cirrhosis of the liver with contributing causes being blows to the head, chest and abdomen. The 42-year-old Shires. whose turbulent career in the big leagues made headlines in the late twenties and early thirties, had no comment when informed of the murder charge. The charge said that Shires "willfully and with malice aforethought killed William Hiram Erwin by beating him with his, (the defendant's) fists and stomping him with his (the defendant's) feet, with shoes on." A variety of chickens that lays blue eggs has been developed by poultry breeders. Drafionflies feed on small insects, which they capture and ..• cat on the wing. The all-Class B team: Ends — Donald Mazzanli, Lake Village Calvin Poarcy, England. Tackles — Jack Riley, Lake Village Charles Burchfield, Dermott Guards—Raymond Powell Bauxite Ray Basinger, Hartford. Center — Billy Waldron, Pocahontas. 4 Back — Larry Hoguc. Dermott Lamar McHan, Lake Village Lewis Carpenter, West Memphis Hugh Ennis, Pocahontas. Coast Manager to Take Over the Pelicans Mew Orleans. Dec. 8 — (UP) Hugh Luby, veteran of 10 years on the diamond and "brains" of the San Francisco seals infield of the Pacific Coast league for the past three seasons, today was named player-manager of the New Orleans Pelicans for 1949. Luby's appointment as manager of the Pelicans, a Southern Association club, was announced by Vince n\7.7.o, general manager of the club, through his New Orleans office. Rizzo is now attending the minor leagues' convention in Minneapolis, Minn. or make your old one into a comfortable inncrspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 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 Frlgidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 District Three Ends — Turner, Paragould, Moore, Marked Tree. Tackles— B. Herren and R. Herren, Paragould. Guards — R. Clark, Piggot J. Shrader, Paragould. Center—McNutt, Paragould. Backs — B. Daniel, "Paragould V. Brashers, Paragould Shancy- felt, Osceola Ballard, Paragould. District Four Ends — Chambers, Booneville Kemp, Clarksville. Tackles — Hook, Greenwood Jones, Paris. Guards—Kole, Clarksville Har jerson, Waldron. Center—Hulton, Mena. Backs—Ehren, Booneville Carden, Mena, Clark, Clarksville Jones, Waldron. FOR SALE 8 Kegs 3d 80 KCQS 4d 24 Kegs 4d 33 Kt;tjs !5d 40 Kegs 5d 2A Kegs Cd 80 Kegs 7d Cement ConteU Box Nails Cement Conteti Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails » PRICE — $9.00 per Keg f.o.b. Prescott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS WANTED-Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Coll 1000 or Contact Office Er-K-Up Lengths 65c and up As traditional t as Christmas. \V'cll-,lrcs.scJ men find Phoenix (he Wise choice for every o,x,,Mon . . . ,.„„•«. 1!ll( i ,] lc ,» the ,vi,c choice for that perfect gift for him ... at Chrwi,i,a S |i me pr anytime. Phone 944 Hope, Ark. The City of Hope positively will not pick up cons, unless they are placed on the curb. The City uf Hope will chcuge $5 per load for all limbs trimmed from trees and placed on the curb. Infective as of this date, by order of Hope City Council Officials Class A all-district elevens named by the coaches: District One Ends—Stricklan, Siloam Springs Jennings, Mt. Home. Tackles —MacCurdy, Bentonvillo Jones. Siloam Springs. " Center — Griffith, Bentonville. Backs — Cavness. Bentonville P. Wilson, Siloam Springs F. Wilson, Siloam Springs, Howard, Mt. Home. District Two Ends — Baker, Searcy Dozier, Batesville. Tackles — Kay, Walnut Ridge Wyattw, Batesville. Guards — W. J. Short, Beebe Raney, Walnut Ridge. Center — Massey, Newport. Backs — Bonnet, Newport Sims, Beebe Burkes, Batesville Cook, Searcy. District Five Ends—Richards, Benton Batts Malvern. Tackles—Lovell, Benton Prer- poli, Catholic High. Guards— O ' M a 1 1 c y, Catholic High Patrick, Malvern. Center—Drwnci 1 , Benton. Backs —White, Conway Shop- pock, Benton Register, Malvern Stover, Catholic High. District Six Ends—Coolidge, Stuttgart. Tackles—Jackson, Helena Bodkins, Forrest City. Guards — H i a 11, Stuttgart Brooks, Wynne. Center—Miley, Brinley. B,acks—Derry, Suttgiirt Spivcy, Forrest City Lunsford, Wynne Helena Bogard, Basketball Results By The Associated Press Midwest: St. Louis 59 Baylor 44. Washington (St. Louis) 52 Westminister (Mo) 38. Kirksville (Mo) 52 Missouri Valley 46. Missouri Central 70 Chillicothe 28. Maryville (Mo) 53 St. Benedicts 49. Oklahoma Baptist 58 Tulsa 5. Southwestern (Kas) ty Friends Univ 38. Phillips Univ 39 Panhandle AM 34. Ball State 67 Indiana State 61. Southwest: Texas Tech 46 Rice 39. McMurry 61 Southwest Texas 54. Harclin-Simmons 57 Howard County JC 45, Southeast Okla 39 Arkansas State (Jonesboro) 3.9. East Texas 60 Austin 47. Far West: Stanford G5 College of Pacific 56. San Francisco 49 California 47. KILLED BY TRUCK Mountain Homo, Dec. 7 — l/P) — Edward L. Goodrich, 23, of Cauthron, Ark. (Scott county) was kiled early today when he was struck by a truck on an access road to the Bull Shoals dam site near here. State Patrolman Frank Carruth said the accident was unavoidable. He said Goodrich, who had been working on the dam, stopped his car to check a tiro and stepped out into the path of the truck. Woodjard, Helena. District Seven Ends —Orren, Prcscott Anderson, Nashville. Tackles — Thornton, Nashville LaFevers, Magnoia. Guards — McCullough, Nashville Nesl, Gurdon. Center—Oliver, Arkadelphia. Backs—Trautl, Gurdon Storey, Magnollia Peachey, Prcscott Pickens, DeQueen. District Eight — B e v a 1 q it e, E u d o r "a Tracy, Warren. Tackles — Johnson, Crosselt Meeks, Eudora. Guards — Clawcrs, Monticello Kight. Warren. Center—Hargis, Warren. Backs — Doss, Warren Elton, Crpsselt. back, McGehec Cole, Warren. Rub on chest, bac to ease cough, die tightness, soreness. So effect! Plays Sarsto to You Early American Bed Room Suites, American Modern and Colonials Solid Mahogany Solid Cherry Solid Walnut These Suites are seasoned for enduring service and life long charm. Santo Gift Price TO YOU During this Xmas Furniture Sale makes it possible for every home to have Better Furniture. HOPE Main at Third ARKANSAS ALL PURPOSE Base Economical for any room in the house. Wide selection to choose from. 6 and 9 foot lengths. Choice of many beautiful patterns and installed by factory trained layers. It's beautiful and durable Beautiful colors and patterns at prices you can afford. you have a Floor Problem or a Problem RODS- .... CALL OR SEE Phone 1291 510 S. Walnut Will Celebrate ifs First 1 The public is invited to visit KXAR's studio and plant, on Highway 29 North, beginning at Here are a few of the entertainers to be presented: ® Colleen Coffee © The Melody Boys ® Friday Music Club ® Yerger Choral Groyp © Hope High School and many others iversory The Voice of Southwest Arkansas

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