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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 16, 1954
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H 0 P E S T A R , HOPE, A ft K A N S AS Tuesday, Mbrtiary 16, 19&4 LASSIFIED .•Ri^ -.., j^ 3^ fc&y fedtote Publitfittoft Af» Pay*!* M th* F*»w>t With AetiSuftt I '*•! I***-* >i 1.20 1,60 L80 ioy« Month i.M 4.M 2,40 2.50 8.00 8.60 4.00 g tvf B.OO 10.50 12.00 „„ ».60 m *.6o 10.00 SIPtED DISPLAY. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished houso 1118 Park Drive. $45.00 per month Phone 7-2441. ^ ^i-M jPROOM furnished apartment. Private bath. All convenience. Per- fer couple. 712 East Division. 15-31 4 ROOM unfurnished apartment in duple*. Walking distance of town. Phdne 7-3183. • . 15-3t We p*t «0o per inch .« 60c er Inch «*»v» 6f«/f« eon* ln*aular or »Kip- »h» oraKfey ret*. od»emsiH0 copy • «>l s "•t > - m - fw ...jorf jfir following dov. i<|>ubi»he*» ttj*fv« -too right »<> '' m»em«iti of- dnd lo rttat atJvertUlno iut>- on* w m»n lettwt, ...BUrtd'^tUeh BI hou«M $, numbers count at on* I/Hop* Star will not bt rwpon. 1f6r .trrori In Want Ads unlesi called to our attention ,._,t' Intsrtion of aU and t ONLY the ONE Incorrect 7-3431 For Rent S ROOM lioUSf Modern. West 4W Street. Near Court House. Phone t-5582, ' lB-3t d ROOM house and bath. Neai Schooley Store. Mrs. J. fc. Schooley. Phone 1-3511. 16-3t 3 ROOM apartment. 312 South SprUcc. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, Phone 7-3577. 10-3t 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment \vilh private bath. Close-In. Phone 7-2305. U-ti For Sole PEA Gravel, washed, and road gravel. Soil and m'asonary sand available Sinclair. Phohe 7-2559, Jesse Feb. 11-lMo. Political Announcements Star Is authorized to att* bounce that the following ate candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD! BYEHS DW1GHT RIDGDlLL For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MlDDLEBROOKS JOLLY fAMONETTE) BYERS , ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-3766. Feb. 9-lMo. Notice STAR DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls, mixed. C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 per sack. DANNIE HAMILTON 21«lmo. SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Complete Sports. Other late news. KCMC-TV Programs. Phone Dale Hartsfield. Prospect 40 ACRE farm near Emmet, Arkansas. Nice irtodorn five 'room hotise. E. M. Broswcll Pre'scptt. Phone 883-W. Feb. 1-lMo. 1899; January 18, t«7 1«2t ,w ..T.., , weekday, afternoon by STAR: PUBLISHINS5 CO. Kf, Palmar, President H. .Woshburn, Saey-Trm. t.;Th«' Star' BuiWlHfl ' South Walnut 'Str««t, HAV, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavltt. Phone 7-2110. 3-tf >H Wolhburn, Editor & Publl»h«r Hi- Hr-JoB««, Mar.oglns Editor 80. ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town.:>$20,000. Will sell house and 13 acres, 514,000. Trade for pine, timber land. Call 7-5535. Feb. 10-lMo. - r-, . r»fSW. ,H««m«r, M«eh. Supt. -j/vtf >D«vls, Aflvcrtlslng Manaflar ,J qs tacond class matter jot ruff"Office at Hope, Aijttt Hb«'Act of March 3, 1897. PENTA'-Treated fence post at plant One mile out on Rosston High way. Phone 7-2048. 11-Gt u of thd Audit Bunau of Circulation* Ratei (payable In ad- ln Hop* ondr<T«lohbor- ill /-lr»,i Hernp»tead ( Nevada, HbWWd,. ond Miller eoun- ,rrK>lt — 2.60 *L.i.M.H. 1.10 S..;,,*,..:.,*. 3.25 ANOTHER car of salt. Fine, medium or course. $1.15 per 100. Ton lots $1,10. Hope Feed Company. 11-Gt QUALITY Chicks from laying stocks. Got yours now or place order for-later Delivery. Hope , Feed Cornjjatry' f Phone 7-2547,11-61 KENMORE WWsftin'g i ,M.achine Used six months.'Price $9%:.O.r] ginal price $170. Phohe -j|p4p.T '"'^•16-11 MIXED Johnson grass. 45c Soybean Hay 70c at barn. T. V. Mes>ser, Washington. Phono 49. 10-(it Ropresentatlves: )nc,;*|c02 Storjck , Teofly 505 Texas -t" Polios 2, Texas; 360 N, don AvevChtooo I, III.; 60 E. t,, New York 17,. N. Y,; 1763 Blag.. Detroit 2, Mich.; lda-i OKlohoma City 2, -*i ' ,T of'the Associated Press: teq' press i» entitled ox- ihp'use lor republicotjon l news printed in 1hl» well o» o|l AP newi TWt> houses in 1800 bloclc->on Soutf " Main St. 100 ?c 150 feet. If interested call 7-2591 after 6 p. m.l6-3t BABY Bed 28 x 52. Practically new Inner-Spring mattress Phono 7-2622, Mrs, James Cobb. 16-3t SLAUGHTERING and wrapfied for deep 3|ppd for fish bait. See. Montgomery 361 Services Offered MATTRESS renovation nnd inner spring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington, Phono 7-2622. Feb. 1-lMo, 7-4610. Feb. 5-lMo. WILL' Turn to responsible party, Spine; Piano, Famous make, excellent condition $46.00 will handle deal, then assume small monthly payments. Contact CREDIT MANAGER, .TOPLIN PIANO COMPANY, 312 MAIN, JOPLIN, MISSOURI. 12-4t Real Estate for Sale A really beautiful home on a spacious lot. Only two year's old — 2 car garage with, lots of storage space. 3 bgdrooltis; Sliding closet doors. Wall-to-wall carpet. Dishwasher, disposal, and automatic clothes washer and dryer in the U-Shaped kitchen you always wanted.Priced to sell. IN an.excellent residential district one block from Grade" School this small 2 bedroom home. Living room, dining roo.it),-and- bath, is situated on large 100*. xi 142' shady lot.'Priced for quick sale at pnly $3,000.00. ,":.$',' 13 ' 3t FOSTER-ELLIS RMWT Y CO. . 108 East 2nd St. Phohe 7-4691 HOPE/ARKANSAS By DONALD HOBBS '. In racking up 17 victories against two defeats to date, the Hope Bobcats basketball team has compiled a host of impressive statistics, both team-wise and as individuals. Statistics on the Bobcats, as recorded by Don Rugglcs, official scorekeeper for the Bobcats, revealed that Hope has maintained a margin of around 15 points a game over their opponents this season, hitting the hoops for a mean 61.3 points per game as compared to a 40.3 mark for their opposition. Thus far the charges of Coach Byron Thompson have averaged scoring an astounding 22 field- goals per outing, a figure two notches above the highest total by any opponent. The Emerson Pirates hit for 24 shots from the floor in showing the best offensive work by an opposing club. On the defensive side of the scoring ledger the Bobcats have limited its foes to an average of 16.2 baskets per contest. The Bobcats also lead in the free throw department, having, connected for 344 charily shots while giving up only 265. All told, the Bobcats, have tallied 1,162 points in 19 contests compared to 879 for the opposition, as an indication of the clubs balanced strength, the reserves have contributed an average of better than 10 points per game. Garnie Hatch, the Cat's 6-3 forward, paces the club in scoring, having hit the hoops for 398 points and a average of 22.1 points pel game, and was sidelined with a sprained ankle in one contest Hatch has poured 154 field goal: through the cords already this All-Nevada County Girl Player Listed The finals of the County Girls tournaments between Emmet Junior Girl and Willisville Junior jirls with Emmet winning 38 to 5 nnd in the Senior Girls Divi- ion Cale defeated Lancburg 37 to 5. The all County Senior Girls team re as follows: Guards: Sampson-Cale, L. Donan-Emmet McDonald-Willisville Forwards: Hill-Emmot. C. Loe- ,aneburg. The following four girls tied for hird place forward on the County 'cam. Butler-Willisville, Dillard-Lane- mrg, Thornton-Emmet Rhocles-Cale The Junior Girls all County team vere guards: Guards: Fee-Emmet, Tomlin-Bod- aw, McDonaldWillisville, Butler- Bodcaw, Pry-Emmet, Ward-Bodcaw The Sportsmanship displayed dur- ng the entire tournament was most ommendablc, in fact, the Referee vere at a complete loss in select- ng the school for the Sportsman- hip Trophy. Prescott was awarded ho' Sportsmanship Trophy for the ournament. The Bobcaw School and its pat- •ons take this opportunity of thank- ng everyone for the splendid cooperation and genuine sportsmanship displayed at Nevada County lirls Tournament. own Mickey' Spillane; 3:30 The Search. Bobcat Cage Record Probably Best Hatch, Griffin, Ha Ibert, Mitchell Top Scorers season, and has throws. added 90 free Real Estate Wanted 1 buyers':- for all size, farms, ^av foday-"United -Farm:Agency. Itfi/ East Front?-Phone ; -7*37q<fe:, >':'•' •.' vV.' •••"'••:': '.'•'' ^b-j-i- 1 ^ 0 ^ CALL Payne Brothers. House Movers, insured . contractors. Public Service Commission number M-1425. 313 central Avenue Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo. ELIER xpert beauty care, long - lasting per- IMARY - EDNA *-••{$ BEAUTY SHOP l " -'" Pljone 7-261B PAINTING and Paper Hanging. See Homer Whittcn, Phone 7-4380 13-31 j.05t 800 Lb. bay-mare. Smooth mouth. Notify Loys Hampton or Phone Many birds chirp while migrating to guide their young. |ATE FARM MUTUAL ' INSURANCE HUBBARD and Week-End? ,'JPhpne 7'8436 past 16th Street 7-4932. 15-3t Legal Notice SHARES , , Fund available from BATES, Agent Phpne 74464 ,,,Tho Everything new, WARDLAW UEGAL NOTICE The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Patmos School District No, 9 of Hempstead County on Saturday, March 20, between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote a school tax of 27 mills to be levied for debt service nriu general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one Ooard member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Gary Formby Secretary of School Board Feb. 16. 23, March 2 TThe Negro Gommunity By Helen Turiier Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mis? Turnvr at Hlcka Funeral Home John Jamerson died at his home Monday, February; 15. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Sunday, February 14 was the re- guarl day at the St. Mark Baptist Church, on the suburbs' of Hope, Casslus McMullin, the/Superintendent conducted the Sunday School The pastor, Rev. E. N. Glover, do livered the message using-II Timothy 2:3 subject "A Good Soldier of Christ." V. Dennis and E. John son, although working out of town were present and took an active part in the service. Mrs, Estcll Me Graw, visitor from Fulton, was in the service and made timely remarks. Fights Last Night BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Brooklyn — Floyd Patterson, 167','.. Brooklyn decisioned Yvon Durclle, Canada, 170, 8 . Miami —Harold Johnson, 174U, Philadelphia, stopped Doc Williams, 186, Newark , N. J. 8. Portland, Me. —Jimmy Beau, 159!'2, New Canaan, Conn., stopped Joe'Crimard 156>2, Bathe, Me. is . Patterson Has Ten Straight By MURRAY ROSE BROOKLYN, UP) — Undefeatec Dukes Oust Kentucky in Cage Local Teams Split Pair With Stamps In the games played in the local gym last" night, the Hope Bobkit- ] tens came out victorious 42-34 over the Stamps Jr. Boys, while the Hope "B" Boys were dosing 54-32 to the "B'S" from Stamps. Tommy Polk with 15 points led the Hope Bobkittends atack. Jes< ter with 10 and Honea with 9 points was high point for the Hopo "B". Tonight the Hope Senior Boys and Girls will travel to Ashdown for a couple of games. First game at 7 o'clock. MBC— '• At the time of Cleopatra, rich women made Up heir eyes by painting the lower lids green and the upper lids black, into gold, but it Costs more han gold frorn mines. Top Radio Programs By HUGH FULLE.RTON JR. NEW YORK Wi — Duquesne's unbeaten Dukes, profiling at thai expense of Indiana and the Okla-: night: homa Aggies, ousted the other un- 8:85 Fron.c Sin.g^UCjn You beaten major college team Ken- P Doll B:35 Mcl . tucky. from the top place m the ojy £ Th(j Nlght ABC _ 8 YORK NBC—!7:30 Listening tn- Barrie CariE national basketball rankings today. After occupying a threatening position for several weeks, the Dukes moved into the lead in the weekly Associated Press poll of sports writers and sportscasters. The margin was 814 points to 761, on the usual basis of 10 points for a first-place vote, nine for second, ttc. Duquesnc and Kentucky each polled 24 first-place votes out o£ 104 ballots, but, just like last week, Ihe Dukes scored heavily on those ballots where they were placed third or lower. Nothing in the performances of KMS^ !«•=«*=: Mrs. Amanda L, Wyatt/ formerly of William Chapel Community, was married at 3 p, m. Sunday. February 14, in the home of the sister Mrs. Gennie Henderson, 510 Park Avenue, Texarkana, to A. R. Johnson of Hope with the Rev. G. W. Williams, officiating. They are at home 315 4th Street, Hope. Basketball By The Associated Press DISRIC 1E CLASS B JUNOR Boys —First Round Lead Hill 49 ;Deer 35 Snowball 54; Leslie 38 Eureka Springs 00; Witt Springs Legal Notice Hl«bwsy 67 .UCK'S USED IBITURECO, Umlts West RgQpBDING lt,. Picture ttSMflf Floor all IN THE HBMPSTBAD CHANCERY COURT J. P. WEBB, JR PLAINTIFF VS. LURENA DAVIS, ET AL Slick working forward Sonny Griffin stands second in the Bob cats scoring parade, with an average of 13.4 uoints per game and a total of 256 points. Centei Charles Halbert, a 0-5 campaigi er, boasts an average of 6.5 for 19 games. Halbcrfs total scoring stands at 124. -The other starters, Spanky Mitch ell and Sonny Stanley have an av erage of 6.4 and 2.9 respectively while reserve Hoopic Mangum, ap pearing in 14 games has averaged 3.7'markers per outing. The highest single-game scor -, posted to date is 74, tallied agains ;i Hot Springs in the Nashville Invi tational Tournament. Their lowes count is 35. rung u't> against th< Texarkana Razorbacks, their firs game of the season when Hatch wa sidelined. Emerson has scored the mos points off the Bobcats, slinking 62 through the hoop while losing 69-62, here about three weeks ago. De- Queen is the only other club to "record as many as 60 points off the Cats in a single game. The best individual performance racked up against the locals was DeQueen's Lloyd Elliott who delivered 30 points in the third game between the two clubs. He had got 22 and 16 points respectively in the first two games. Olher crack opoosition individual nerformnrs listed with their totals, include Dodson and Pride of Emerson, who registered 22 and 17 resnectively: Westerman of Malvern 17; Thronton of Caddo Can 16: Godwin of Hot Snrinss 15; Odom of. Tpxarkann 14: Bradford of Nashville 13; Taylor and Waters of Joe T. Robinson 13 each; Tnmerlin of Saratoga 13; Baker and Bratton of Arkudelphia 13 apiece: Cobb of Ashdown 12; Smith of Prescott 12; and Jordon of England 11. The too single-*rame efforts by n 'Bobcat player this sen.son was Hatch's 35 points off Saratoga. Other top performance bv Cat performers include Hatch's 30 against DeQueen, 28 apiece against both Emerson and Hot Springs, and 26 Hgainst Joe T. Robinson. A 21 and 25 production by Griffin. Mitchell 17 points against Prescott and Halbert's 12 points acainst DeQueen and Bruce's 12 with Arkadelphia. Maneum pot 13 points against Cad do Gap in Tourney play. Hope High School basketball sta heavyweight contender of the world but Manager Custer (Cus) D'Amato .is in no hurry to push his pugilistic prodigy. "No Joey Maxim for him," said D'Arnato after the 19-year-old Olympic champion punched out'a unanimous eight-round decision over durable Yvon Durelle of Canada at Eastern Parkway Arena last night. . . . It was a clearcut win for the lions were that the backers of Indiana and Oklahoma A&M swung toward Duqueesne after their favorites were beaten. The Hoosiers and the- Aggies both were beaten for the second time this season during the past week and their point totals fell off. Brooklyn Negro but he was far from impressive and as wild as a southpaw pitcher on an off-day. PRESCOTT NEWS The Westside Home Demonstration Club will meet. Wednesday at 2i00 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Robert Peachey. lowship of ' the Church will have Wednesday night the • Men's Fel' Presbyterian their monthly supper meeting. R. W. Reynolds, president* has announced the following committe; Menu, T. M. Bemis, Walter Hirst, and Tommy McRae, Program chairman. N. N. Daniel. / 34 Alpena 48 Big Flat 31 Mount Judda 42 ;Omaha Jasper 55; Cotter 48 38 Duquesne 87; Wayne 50 Holy Cross 87; Yale 57 Seton Hull 72; Loyola (Chicago •GO DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The defendants, Cleaster Trotter, Dorothy Trotter McFaddin, Eva Trotter, Lee Autry Trotter and Bessie Davis Trotter, his wife, Laureda Trotter, Ola E. Gilmore, Lillie M. Hooks, Wade Trotter and Mrs. Wade Trotter, his wife, the unknown heirs of Wade Trotter. WUiiam Trotter and Mrs. William Trotter, his wifu, the unknown heirs ojf William Trotter, Lizzie WWte, wjdow or former wife Pf Wade Trotter, and tb,e unknown hpirs $t Georgia Johnson, deceased, f j^pWP each of them are hereby *,»...e4 *cf appear in this court within thirty days hereafter and fnsw$r the cprnplalnt and amend- n^e^ IP cwnplatnt o| j. p, Webb, $?.'» itfsinjiUf herein. * $|f NE«g My hand and seal as cter^'fif ttalp Cpvrt on the (Hh day °* F| S2SSMT *WILL1S Clerk s3At>*wi* WlWylwji v* e *» (*,;*f. " " * " Indiana 86; Purdue 50 Ohio State 77; Iowa 69 Oklahoma 76; Nebraska 68 Colorado 70; Iowa State 50 St. Louis 70; Tulsa 09 Detroit 66; Drake 61 William Jewell 84; Drury 81 Missouri Valley 82; Culver Stockton (Mo) 75 Shurtleff (111.) 80; Central Mo. 75 Tabor (Kan.) 88; Kansas Tech 73 Baker (Kan) 69; Bethel (Kan) 59 Maryvjlle CMo.) 62; St. Beno diet's (Kan) 57 Warrensburg (Mo) : State 56; Cape Girardeau (Mo) State 49 , Kansas "B" 71; Rockhurst (Mo 66 Kentucky 81; Mississippi State 49 Western jtentucky 81; Kentucky Wesley on 65 Arkansas State 83; Florence (Ala) State 68 Southern State (Ai-U) as; tistics through 19 games Player Hatch Griffin .... Halbert .. Mitchell St'anley .. Mangum Russell .. Huddleston G 18 19 19 19 19 14 16 16 Bruce 15 Hollis 13 Bright 9 Duke Hope totals Opponents FT 90 98 36 36 20 12 15 7 12 10 1 4 TP Avg 308 256 124 122 56 50 43 35 35 24 9 8 22.1 13.4 6.5 6.4 2.9 2!? 2.2 2.3 1.9 1.0 FG 154 79 44 43 18 19 14 14 10 7 4 2 408 311 265 879 46.27 The choir of the Presbyterian Church will practice on Wednesday evening at 7:30 . Friday, February 19 The Victory Home Demonstration Club will meet on Friday after noon at 2:30 in the home of Mrs, Theo Elgin with Mrs. J. W. Grimes. Co-hostess. There will be a white elephant sale. Methodist Have Family Night Members of the Methodist Church and their guests enjoyed "Family Night" on Wednesday evening at the church. A covered dish supper was served from a table overlaid with a white damask cloth centered with glowing yellow tapers in crystal holders that flanked an arrangement of jonquils and greenery in a crystal bowl. Smaller tables where the 160 present were seated held bouquets of jonquils. The invocation was given by Rev, W. D. Golden. During the evening Miss Mary Jo Hamilton showed films of pictur es she took in Rome and France on her trip abroad last summer. Mrs. P. A. Escarre, Mrs. J. W. Teeter, Mrs D. S. Jordon, Mrs. C. A. Wynn, Mrs. Lee Kinney, Mrs J. B. Hesterly and Mrs. Roy Duke had charge of the arrangementss for the evening, Everybody will pay, band parents and band students. Funds will be used to purchase instruments foi the band. The Talent Show will feature talent from this area. Three firs prizes will be given, one to entrants age 5 to' 10, another prize in the bracket age 10 to 15 and anothei from age 15 up. Anybody in Nev ada County who. wishes to entet this Talent Show is asked to con tact Mrs. B. A. Warren or Mrs Hess Gordon as soon as possible and to be able to give your name and the nature of y.our talent se lection. In the ball game, the Band Mo thers have challenged the P. T. A Rev. Warren Golden will referee Another feature of the Jamborei will be the "Old Folks Band" featu ing former band "artists." Thi band which will be under the di rection of solo trumpet Ralph "Nub bin" Gordon, will feature such out standing talent as Mayor Bill Wai- trumpet; Al Daniel, Dan Pittma Hansel Herring, Clara Buchanan Johnson, Elizabeth Cornish Haltom Estelle Britt Langley, Dr. Jac Harrcll, Dr. Cliff Arnold, Adam Gu hrie Jr. and Dudley Rouse, Thi band will welcome other men bers who would like to play again in a band. Over-all chairman for the Jamboree is Mrs. Ed Smith, NEW NON-CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL POLICY Issued by HOME SECURITY LIFE INS. CO. • Ages — Birth to 100 years • Guarantee premium will never increase • Good any Hospital or Doctor in the world. Call or write your reliable local agent CECIL WEAVER Phone 7-3143 P. O. Box 104 LET US REPLACE THAT BROKEN We replace broken glass for all makes of Cars. Come out and see us today. Let us install a Used or Re-Conditioned MOTOR In your car or truck. Now is the time to get that motor for your car or truck. We have one for any make or model. We will FINANCE All or Part of it. See us now. GLASS & SALVAGE West 3rd PR7-2786 NOTI The following Jewelry Stores will close on Wednesday Afternoons start ing Wednesday/ February 17, and will be closed throughout the summer months on that afternoon. STEWARTS JEWELRY STORE KEITH'S JEWELRY STORE MHOON'S JEWELRY ST9RE Mrs. J. V. Fore Hostess To Canasta Club The home of Mrs. J, V. Fore was colorful with arrangements of ju- ponica and jonquils on Thursday afternoon when she was hostess to members of the 1950 Canasta Mr .and Mrs. Carol Calhoun Jr., formerly of San Antonio, Texas are the guests of his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred White. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Whitaker have returned to their home in Lubbock, Texas after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whitaker Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hamilton have returned from New York, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Logan and Mrs. T. C. McRae Jr. had as their Thursday guests, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Weber of La Grange, Mrs. Logan, Mrs. McRae Mrs. Weber were former school mates. 1-0 club. T " »-"il_:juu. 344 1162 Ol.lflJMrs. Fred Powell held high score OAK Q*7fl.1fiO'7 . *• .. it ^J'4_..«,^_« Teams average per game: FG FT TP Hope 21.5 18.1 61.16 Opponents 16.4 13.9 46.27 Sontee is Not Satisfied With Run EAST LANSING, Mich. (*l — Wes Sa.ntee, the self-confident Kansas cowboy, has coralled the second fastest competitive indoor mile i n history, but he still isn't satisfied. He loped around the eight-lap Michigan State College dirt track in 4:04.9 last night as the feature o( a triangular meet among K;m- sas, Illinois and Michigan State, The cocky Kansas said after- lonors for the afternoon. Mrs. Burke Shelton, Mrs. W. C. Reeves and Mrs. W. P. Cummings were canasta guests, Mrs. Tom Ross Young of Malvern was a tea Ljuest. Members present included: Mrs. H. J. Wilson, Mrs. C. G. Gordon, Mrs. Imon Gee, Mrs* W. F. Denman, Mrs. Homer Ward, Mrs. Gil Buchanan, and Mrs. E. M. Sharp. A delectable salad and dessert course was served. wards he's sure he can goX faster mile ou a board track. He expressed confidence that some day w<U rier, the faur-rjnoute bar- Misses Nancy Lewis and Barbara Moberg were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jordon in Texarkana and attended the "Sweetheart Banquet" at the Bap list Church on Friday evening. Col. and Mrs. L. C. Dill have returned from Hot Springs where Col. Band Launches Ticket Sales For Jamboree, Feb. 1t The Prescott High School Band paraded in full uniform Monday afternoon »t 1:30 to launch advance ticket sales for the Band Mothers Jamboree. A combined Talent Show game and benefit to be Thursday night, February 18 at 7,p'clpck at the Prescott Gym. Tickets will be ?5 end 5Q -—'- 111., and has been a patient at the Army and Navy Hospital. J. H. Bemis was the weekend guest of Mrs. C. W. McKelvey and Mrs. Lilian Vaughan in Little Rpc k and was accompanied home" by Mrs. Bemis who has spent the past several days there. Friends of Mrs. Charlie Thomas will be glad to know she is recovering from major surgery at St Michael's Hospital, Texarkana, and has returned to her home. For Fresher Bread Tomorrow Buy- Today FA1R PARK COLISEUM WEDNESDAY-FEB. 24 83 PM 60c KIDS (Tax Included) ADULTS $1.20 THE HOPE LIONS CLUB PROUDLY PRESENTS WORLD'S NEWEST BIG SHOW Mr. and Mis, J. L Coe announce the arrival of their seco,gd §00 QJJ February J?th at the

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