Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 28, 1954 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 28, 1954
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Thursday, January 28, 1954 HOPS STAR, MOPE, Aft KANSAS CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In O/fice Day Before Publicatloti WANT AD RATES AH Wont A« Ar« Poyobl» in Advance But Ads Will B* Accepted Over The Telephone And Aeconio- dotibh Accounts Allowed With Th* Understanding The Account Is Payable When Statement Is Rendered. bt Word* Op to 15 pe to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 II to 85 86 to 40 M to 45 16 to 50 Oti« 45 80 .76 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Thre* Oiiyt 00 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 61i On* bayi Month 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 i.50 1.00 4.50 5.00 T.50 8.00 10.50 12.00 13.60 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .... 75c per Incft ; 60c per Inch . 50c per Inch One Time 3 Times ..... 6 Times ... Rates quoted above are lor consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offering for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one 01 morn lettori, groups or figures such as housn or te'cphone numbers count at on* word. Tho Hope Star will hof be reipon. slble for errors in Want Ads union errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then lor ONLV thu ONE Incorrect 'merticm fc 7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED five roonv^house. One-half block from business district. No children. Phone 7-3662 Court, all new "safer" Two people $3.00 Four people $5.00. Pahelray heat, innersprine, and foarrt pillows. Jan. 1-lMo. FIVE room house. Call Mrs. Howard Byers or Byers Drug Store. 22-6t 4 ROOM unfurnished house. Garage Good Neighborhood. Phone 7-442G. 27-Gt NEW modern 5 room house. Garage, 2 blocks from school. W. W. Wood, 409 North Andrews. 27-3t CLOSE in, Nice' attractive 3 room unfurnished apartment with bath. Located at 405 West Fifth Street. .. 27-Ot FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. NICE unfurnished 3 large rooms and private bath. 322 South Bonner. 28-3t OPE STAR Stat of Hope 1899; Presf 1927 Consolidated January IS, 1929 *fi/> Published every weekday afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmar, President Alex H. NVashburn, Sccy-Tr«. At The Star Building 212.214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Arkansas Alex H Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmer, ' Mech. Supt. •„..... ftuvfrrising Manage! Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. w Mcmbar of the Aiidit Bureau of Clrculatloni Subscription Rates (payable In advance) By carrier In Hop* and neighboring towns — Per Week 25 Per Year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, , Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- nes — ' .. One Month .83 Three Month „.. 1.60 Six Months 2.60 f O'ne Veat ... ., 4.50 All other mall — One Month „.. „. HO Three Month* 3.25 Six Month* _ 6.50 One Year 13.00 Nan Advertising Representatives: Arkansas DaHiles. Inc.; 1602 Sterick Bldg., Memphis 2, Tenn., 505 Texas Bonk Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 'N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. <2nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2. Okla. _ Member of the Associated Press: g|, he Associated Press Is entitled ex• "lusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well os all AP new« "-iv.f nos I CROWN WESTERN SHARES of Diversified Income Fund and Dallas Fund Prospectus.available from ' M. S. BATES, Agent Hope, Ark. Phone 7-4454 JUST ARRIVED. ..The New Spring Line for 1954. Everything new. TOM WARDLAW IVIaln Street Tailor Shop H. E, Luck Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limits West We Buy and Sell Used Furniture . Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. RETAPING and RECORDING Venetian Blinds. Picture Framing. All types of Floor Covering. Paints, Wall Paper. Interior Decorating. Grigg's Decorators Supply 109 Main St. Dial 7*3445 MATTKESSSS or made InU lrin«r*»ri»0 Work Gu«r*nt<«< — • » On* Day a«rvt»» — BAVIS Pvrnittwr* £ M«ntr«M« C». 11t «. Kirn «tr«<M l»»n*. ~~~ E.Z-EYE "-, SOLEX— AUTO GLASS REPLACED We replace glass with original equipment and recognlj* ill Insurance claims. T, 0, PORTER'S GARAGE $ GLASS Phone THE OAKS Under N$W Management SPECIAL LUNCHES Chpice of 6 vegetables and § meats. Home Baked Pies. 0n Highway $7 w«et PLUMBING For Sale DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls, mixed. C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 per sack. DANNIE HAMILTON 21-lmo. MIXED grass hay. Top quality at barn or delivered. Elbert May, Jr. Phone 7-2094. 22-6t 400 BALES mixed grass hay. 100 bales at 50c. Call Jack Lowe. Day time 7-2381. Night 7-5863. 23-6t REGISTER Hampshire Boar and 2 pigs. Call Ralph Montgomery Market. . 26-3t PENTO-treated fence post at plant. One mile out on Rosston Highway Phone7-2048. ' . 26-6t 40 or 50 BUSHEL ear corn. $1.35 per bushel. Jess Wood. 'Blevins, Arkansas. . 27-3t STEAM Presser. Excellent condition. Reasonable price. One grand piano. Mahogany finish. Phone 7-2261. Houston City Furniture Company.- 27-6t AT 1501 South • Pine—this attractive 2 bedroom home is priced for quick sale for only $800.00 cash 'and balance at $38.00 per month, which include taxes, insurance, principal and interest. Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, lots of built-ins; carport and extra storage space. All on 75'xlOO' ' shady lot. <• ' 27-6t FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. THE coach says cut the price And sell it. This gives you an opportunity to buy a 3 bedroom home at a $1,500.00 savings, under present costs. Let us show you this home with extra cabinets in kitchen, Breakfast nook space, hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, bath with shower, attic fan, floor furnace, with thermostat, attached garage, and many other attractive features for only $1,850.00 Cash and the balance on monthly terms. Vacant February 1st. 27-Ct TOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. Phone 7-4691 YOUNG Jersey Milk cow with heifer calf. G. W. Wiggins. Phone 7-4904. ' 28-H lit Announcements The Star is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office sub* ject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RlDODlLL Por.County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK Harrison Second Money Winner CHICAGO. I/PS— Dutch Harrison of Li'.tlj Rock, how playing out of Ardmore, Okla., in second le ading money winner on the professional golf trail and No. 1 man in Vardon and Hyder Cup standings. The PGA reported jt-sterday that Harrison's $3,075 is second only to Fred Warnpler's $4,000 in golf earnings so far this year. The Arkansas shotmaker is tops in Ryder Cup points with 163 2-3 and Vardon Trophy competition with a 70.25 stroke average for eight rounds. ... Havr^on actually h&s won $ 5,075, buH; $2,000 came in w inning the Bing Crosby Invitational, which ,:s not PGA fpohsored and doesn't count in official tabulations. For Sole 3,000 bales good grass hay. Also lespedeza at barn. Reasonable. Good 1'oads. Phone 7-2774. 28-31 Real Estate for Sale * 620 NORTH Main. 4 room house. Make an offer. You may buy it. 210 NORTH Ferguson. 6: rooms A good home for $8500. 3 ACRES, 3. room, house" with Butane. About 2 miles from Hope on State Highway. To Buy, Sell, or Rent Real Estate See. t • 28-31 R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY A. P. DELONY MANAGER' Lost or Strayed REGISTERED Jersey cow. Disappeared from my pasture 3 weeks ago. Age, 6 years old. A crop and split in the right ear and split in left ear. Reward. If found notify Vinis Johnson, Wash' ington, Arkansas. . 28-3t Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms, Need replacements for 15 recent sales. Fast Action.' United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3766. Jan. 1-Uno. Notice INCOME Tax Service. No waiting. Two accountants. Farm Bureau Office 101 East Front street. Phone 7-3766. 5-lmo. COX'S Cafe at Fulton will serve Turkey Dinner. .Sunday January 31. $1.00 per plate-plus drinks. 28-3t Mces Offered MATTRESS '-r-effovMioh ariff 1 Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington Phone 7-2622. Dec. 30-lmo. CALL Payne, Brothers. HOUSP movers, insured contractors; Pub lie service commission number m-1425. 313 Central Avenun. Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. Jan. J-lmo Top Radio Programs NEW YORK W) —Listening'tonight: NIJC — T Roy Rogers ; 8 Truth or Consequences; 9:30 Jane Pickens Show; CBS—<3:30 Chora- liers; 7:30 Junior Miss; 8:30 Mfir- lene Dietrich; ABC—6:30 Starr 'of Space; 8 March of Dimes. MBSr- 7:30 Crime Fighters 8:30 My "Little Margie. uld «jou tafe a Pfenny for a • You can it you use Natural Chilean Nitrate of Soda for your top-dressing .and side-dressing needs. It costs a little more because it's worth more. But the "difference in eosJ usually can be measured in pennies per acre, while the difference in value often amounts,to dollars per acre. Chilean "Bulldog" Soda gives you generous extra value. The nitrogen is 100 per cent nitrate. It's 100 per cent available (quick-acting); 100 per cent dependable. The minor elements make crops stronger, healthier. The sodium—26 pounds in every 100-pound sack—is a key to maximum returns on your entire fertilizer investment, It offsets the bad effects of ncid- fonning fertilizers...increases the efficiency of .mixed fertilizers containing them. It releases "Iqcked-up" potash in the soil,..increases the availability and efficiency of soil phos- .phate...reduces potash, calcium and magnesium losses by leaching...develbps larger, deeper root systems. Sodium builds up the productivity of your land—wore each year. It's an>.essenlial element for. some crops...bene? ficial to most and necessary for maximum yields of many. Pennies«per-acre difference in cost may mean dojlars-per-scve difference in vnhie to you. Chilean "Bulldog" Soda is the best fertilizer your money can buy. Use U fpf all of yovr,' top-diessyjg «n,d side-dressing n.e<j4s. \ 'M«kt Jurj y»u j«i? d« NATCHH Und!' 2 Cage Games on Hope Court Tonight Two basketball games are scheduled for tonight.starting at 7:30 in. the High School gymnasium. An Independent girls, team from Camden plays the local girls crew in the. first game wjiile the boys from Camden and Hope will play in the second contest. All proceeds will go to the March of Dimes campaign. Von Buren Is Favtifitein Tournament LITTLE ,ROCK_ MP) — The four favorites to win the .Toe T. Robinson Invitational Basketball Tournament for girls swin 4 ; into action here today in first icund games, with the headliner pitting unbeatf en Van Buren against Leslie. Ten games were..played yesterday as the four-day, high school tourney got underway. Favored to sain tl'fi c hampion- ship, along with Van Buren ahd Leslie, are Grtibbs and Calico Rock. Grubbs takes cn.Vilonia ani; Calico Rock meets Des Ard'in firs' round games today. ! Tha second round will beign to, night, with Bergman playing Tuck* erman; Alma vs, Altheirmer, and Marshal against McRae. > Result? of. yesterd£>y',s games: Bergman 60, Perry.yille 33 Tuckerman 54, Atkins 5 2 Alma 56, Augusta 53 Altueimer 44, Casa. 29 ---Man-shall '39, Beebe-f88 McRee 49. Emers on 2 9 Lonoke 38, Joe T. Robinson 2 Flippin 38, Stephens 35 St. Mary's of Little Rock 42 Mountain View 25 Hazen 43,'Mabelvale 28 State Class A Meet Goes to Jonesboro LITTLE ROCK Wt— The tournament that decides Arkansas' chanv pion high school basketball team, the Class A senior boys tourney, will oo played this yont ..at Arkansas State College in • Jonesboro State'? bid wns accepted ye sler- day by the Eecutivc Committee of the Arkansas Athletic Association. Little Rock and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville also btd for the March 17^20 tournament. The committee selected these site for other tonurney's. Class B senior boys, March 1013, LiUle Rock: senior girls, March 17-20, Marianna; Clnss A junior boys, March 3-R, Berryville. A site for the CJass B junior hoys meeting wasn't elected by the AAA, which will open new bids next Wednesday for the tournn- ment. Executive Secretary Johnie Burnett of the AAA said State College's guaranteed all p r oceeds from t he senior'--boys tourney 10 the uthletic •organization. In its successful b id, the college also agreed to pay $20 a day to each t6am that'enters t he meet; provide three meals daily for all players at a "nomial rate," and pay all tournament expenses except salaries of oifiei&ls; trophyfc; tickets and advertising., Jonesljbro is favored to win the state c hampionshlp. The Golden Hurricane had defeated ,v irtually every major .high, .school power durinr; regular season play. Basketball l •'•• By The Associated Press it-, Diiqueshe 9, Georgetown DC 5 Perm State 49, Bucknell 43 Navy 98, FranWin-Marshall 8 • r , iMiss State 72 Howard (Ala) 7 Chicago Loyola 81, Great "Lake? ' Southeast Missouri 69, Southern Illinois •'.'', a Tniporia State 79, Fort Haya i' State 2 ;-:. ! Ft. Leonard Wood 82, Quincy 8 . Houston 9, Murray (Ky) 2 : ., Eegis 73, ARKANSAS State Coll 4 ••:•• ' : ' Arkansas Tech 9, Hendrix 73, Little Rock JC 92, Hannibal-La Grance (Mo) 8 '• •< Arkansas AM/N 7, Paul Quihn (Tex) 71 . By LOU BOUDftEAU Bo^to'i f?ed So* Manafler v HAHVEY, lit (<Pi— The Boson Red Sox fooled a 16t of experts ast j(ar by tinishlii)? in the first division. Naturally* ,i was quite pleased with our showing but I can't help thinking that we could inve done even better. I don't know how many realize that urtil we siuribfd in the final month, we were right up there in Contention with ihe Yankees, Indians and White Sox Had it not been r. ( r a flock c* Injuries and the fact our defense v as hot up to par, we might have flnhhed In second place. Of course our biggest hah- dicap was in not having fed Williams all year. Who • knows if we iftd Williams all yenf we might lave v/on the championship. McHan Is First Choicein Pro Draft PHILADELPHIA (ffi — Lamar McHan, the University of Arkan sas' great tripJe-threat back, was the fii'st player selected in tho National Football League draft today. He wqs picked by the Chicago Cardinals, who as lastplace finishers last season had first choice in the draft. The draft began after the Cleveland Browns won the pre-draft bo nus pick and selected Stanford Quarterback Bob Garrctt. ( , WcHan n twice an'all-Soilthwest Ooflferaiice •" sta"r in three seasons at Arkqnsas, led his conference in passing and total offense in 195J with n Razorback team that won only three of 10 games. Vic Seixos Is Beaten by Rose -SYDNEY, Australia, (IP) — Wimbledon champion Vic Seixas of Philadelphia was beaten by Mervyn Hose in t he q uarter-finals ot t he Australian National 'J' ennis Championships today 8 : 6, 9-7 9-11 '.. 6-4 Seixas staved off four mJatch points before winning the third set, but could not continue h is, rally after the intermission. SIGN FOR BOUT ; CHICAGO, MV-.' Chico V -ejar, Stamford, v Cpna.,, and Jed Black, Janesville, Wis., owning 27 victories against o ne defeat, today w ere signed for a 10-round Welter weight bout at the Chicago Stadium Feb.'! 0. ' Boudreou Better Days 20 Teams Are Entered in Saratoga Meet Sortie 20 boys dhd girls basketball teams have entered Saratoga's invitational .tournament which starts today and continues through Saturday night. First bracket games this afteri noon and tonight palr> Nashville and Spring Hill at 5:30 p. rrt., Blevlns and Saratoga at 8145: Guernsey and Langley at 8; Hope and Delight at 9:15 p. tti. Other girl ,,teams entered arfi Cpntral, Winthrop,, Fouke and Vm~ pire. Play in the boys bracket starts at 9:45 a. m. Friday with Central taking on Guernaey; 12:45 p. mi Blevins plays Fouke: Winthrop and Langley meet at 3:15 Friday While Umpire and Saratoga :clash at 7:45, Finals in both meets will he held Saturday, night. ' The United States stopped minting silver dollars in 1935, although most of the "cartwheels" now in circulation were minted < between 1921 and 1927. , „ CITYMKT. 121 South Walnut DIAL 7-4324 BOLOGNA FRYERS Fresh HENS . . Fresh Pork Tails Fresh Pork Ribs I r( 43e Lb, Lb. Lb." 49c Lb. FOR THE BEST P1X WATCH CHANNlL SIX CBS ABC DTN ii (rl 1 p^lHiit Read a Magazine Tonight . \ •'•../ The Whole Family Will Enjoy READING A GOOD MAGAZINE We have Q complete stock of magazine? for every member of the family. Come in and select several today, and enjoy reading them tonight. You'll also^ find your favorite newspaper and a book you'll want, We hflve 0 complete sfgck pf TP- bacce, Cigarette*/ Lighters, Pipes end Everything for the Smokers. GIBSON CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS * DELICIOUS ICE CREAM t " %.. ..,.. , •". • Fresh Pork Neck Bones !7L.Lb. All Meat SAUSAGE . Pork Chitterlings Stew Meat • DIAL 7-4431 '' SERVING YOU CHOICE MEATS OUR: BEEF ROAST . . SLICED .. ,-, if SUB BACONS : BY THE PIECE -v- v' B V V - jBOLQONA . , , •• i, ft'-ift'.jjf'-/ GARPEN'FRI • •l\r'>&'3?**fl%8l I^^U«>hl^l.*iK*W'A m, Whiting 1 ?Qp Beef Liver . ]9Ci-b Fresh 1 Hogs Head, I. Ox Tails,.. 19C ROLLb ;; :( »5 |i , ,. , Fresh BRAINS.. ,i.ji. Lb. IPOUHO'BM . \r T\* •"' ,,.-^< Moxwell House Chuck *»*» * ROAST,,.. WIfNERS

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