Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 23, 1954 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 23, 1954
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HOP I S TA R, HOPt, ARKANSAS Tupsdlay, February ^3, 1954 LASSIFIED A& Must Be In Office Day Before Publication A& &ATES Adi M J»ayobW ... With Th* „ <fh» Attaurrf 11 Pay- Statement li ftendsftd. M £>§** »*** Heath '-- " -' 4.80 6.00 9.60 \» S.OO ».00 2.10 B.SO 10.60 !J;g i8 tS 8S 160 1.00 I.« 16.00 DISPLAY 76o per lock 606 per inch 60c per inch . quoted above ore for con- ....j'Jnsortlohs. Irregular or skip* , ad* will take the one-day rate. .1 dally claitified advertising copy tw accepted unfit 5 p.m. tor _j]|eotlon fh« following day. J-Th» publisher* reserve the rlaht to - * i.or «dit oil advertisements of- for publication and to reject b/«ctlonabl« advertMna sub- 3l* 'of ont or mom letters, or flourw «uch at house* phen» numbef§.count 01 orw Fftm 1 ttop»'-Stor will not b» rnpbn- bl«, for error* In Want Adi unlet* »--qf« called to our attention ••'FIRST Insertion of ad and .for ONLY the ONE Incorrect 7-3431 Hope 189»r Preu 1927 ofed January 18, 1«» For Rent 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment with private bath. Close-In. Phone 7-2205. 11-tt ONE 6 room month. Near 7-2361. house. $26.00 per brick yard. Phone lfl-6t NICE 3 room house. 710 West 4lh Street. Mrs. Paul Cobb. P ti hone 7-2847. ;-;< 20-31 5 ROOM unfurnished house at SOP South Main. Garage..'-Screened baekponih^ Pfcotie 7-204* ,22*31; 4 room house. Hot and cold water. Near town on pave-- ment.. Very reasonable rent. Phone 7-2071, 22-31 HOUSE and garden. Furnished to dependable family. Wages for lii bor by day. Phone 7-2071. 22-3t GARAGE, next door to Snyker Hotel, See MiKe Snyker at Hotel or Phone 7-3721. 23-3t For Sale PEA Gravel, washed, and road gravel. Soil and masonary sand available Phone 7-2650, Jesse Sinclair, Feb. 11-lMo. ONE polled Hereford heifer. 2 years old. Weight 000 Ibs. Heavy white on neck in good flesh. Heavy springs. No marks. I-asi. seen in my pasture Fob; 17. Notify Lester Wade, Blevins. Re ward. 22-3t 40 ACRE farm near Emmet, Arkansas. Nice modern five room house E. M, Braswell Prescolt. Phone 683-W. Feb. 1-lMo. ... 'everi* Weekday Defter noon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C.'. E. Palmer/ President ;H. •Woihburn, Secy-Treh , ,t Th* Star; Bulldlnfl ,U-\ South, s Wajnut ;S!r««t, t;riWo«tiburn,'Editor Bl Publlther )ill 'H. jDnis, v Mor.afllng' Editor £±MM. f 4U 1 •Ja..u.^r« Lti.^1. COM* •M a?, M«eh. Supt. Manager -os ,»ocond class matter at Office at Hope, Arkansas, Ad of Morch> 189?. r «* tho .Audit Bureau of tlon; Rates (payable' In od- , l«r In'Hop* and > nelghbor- ^H%"fhSSt7jw.'«'C.T ,13,00 irnSII|'ln;J|Hempiteod, - N«yadq, rtte,sHoward,-and Miller coun- .».'^.f...,...». 1»60 inth» ^ T -£';.;.j,,,..-...4 «... 2,60 K«aii»J'..U4&. v ,...«,....'™..-. 4.SO irotfietfmall ^ <;'<>< '' iTMorith >,t,:*tiZ.....^ — t-uio r,'AdvoitUIno Representatives; „.,_)«' DoHflw, Inc.; I602 Steriek B,fJMerr»pW* 2, Tenn., 505 Texas ' iKIBIdof," Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. . " "Ave.; CWcaoo 1, III.; 60 E. " .New York 117, N. Y.; 1763 ^BWp.: Detroit 2, Mich.; : Blda,, Oklahoma City 2, of the. Associated Press: ., . :lated Press Is entitled cx- llvejy;to the.uso for republlcatlon joll the local news printed In this J "'—ir, as well as oil AP new* HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavitt. Phone 7-2110. 3-tf 80 ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town. $20,000. Will Sell house and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade for pine timber land. Call ,7-5535. Feb. 10-lMo. CHOICE, country eggs. 50o per dozen.' Also good mixed grass hay. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 17-6t CHOICE lespedeza, hay. Also alfalfa mixed Bermuda-Johnson grass mixed. Priced right. Phone 72243. 17-6t BARGAIN. 1052 Mercury family car. 14,000 miles. Will sell at wholesale. Norman R, Martin. 1408 South Pine. Phone 7-3389. 19-fit BABYj Chicks. AAAA Grade. All kinds. Any amount. 19-61 HOLLY GROCERY & MKT. 802 West 3rd St. Phone 7-9903 MIXED Lespedeza and Johnson Grass Hay. Reasanable. See Noel Nash, Lewisville, Arkansas. 20-61 OVER 500 world's finest daffodil? And ' narcissus. Some blodmi now. See them this month, and next. Arthur Gray, Ozan, „•' 22-Bt HOLLYWOOD bed. Box Springs, innerS'pring mattress. ' Cleanij Reasonable. Phono 7-2774. ' V 2}ji ''East 14th St. '-,'22-3t JyST ARRIVED tTjie\Newe8t fabrips "Rrorn >Mrw*;> In Rayon* pJylon,,Dac-, >? Orlons. all htenied vulth ftllk w**> IM obt^and wrapped for deep $' B ^ etl f ° r f ' stl balt> 8ee ' ijph Montgomery t : wnh expert beauty care. ', joofk long • lasting per• pianents. MARY - EDNA .' • BpAUTY, SHOP ' % Elm , „ Phone 7^615 NO. 1 KOBE lespedeza 90 per cenl or ,better Germination. Scarified and non Scarified. POTTED to'roato plants, both tree h_ybi'id, apd regulars. Complete line of garden a nil field seeds. E. M, MCWILLJAMS SEED STORE 23-0 Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and inner • spring work. Cobb; Mattress Co 318 Sout)i Washington. Phono 7r2622. - Feb. MMo CALL tPayne- Brothers, House Movers, insured " contractors , Publip Service Commission num . ber M-1425. 313 central Avenue ' Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-448 in Stamps, Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo SEWING, Alterations, and Button holes. Reasonable pricey. 23-3 MRS. DALTON GARRETT 824 South Walnut Phone 7-2284 Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street, Farm Bureau Office, Phone 7-3760, Feb. 9-lMo, Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Complete Sports, Other late news. KCMG-TV Programs, Phone Dale Hartsfield, Prospect 7-4610. Feb. 5-lRJo. Political Announcements The Star Is authorized to .announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. '. • For treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RIDGDILL For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONET;rE) BYERS '•, ARTHUR ANDERSON , For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Lost, Strayed or Stolen Legal Notice Bentoh Resigns at Montieeilo PINE BLUFF, im— Jim Benton. all Southwest Conference end at (he University of Arkansas in 1080 and 1937 and former pro star, announced yesterday he has resigned as head football coach at Arkansas A&M .to enter private business here. The Benton-coached Bollweevils won the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football championship last year. Benton, who became an assistant, at Arkansas A&M in 1950 and look over as head coach a year later, said he had mailed a letter of resignation to A&M President Horace Thompson Sunday. Thompson said at Montieeilo last night that "We hate to lose Coach Benton. He is a good coach and a fine man. A large "cistern" was part of the furnishings of well-appointed dining rooms of 17th century England. Here the dishes were rinsed at the table. LEGAL NOTICE The annual school election will | 3C held by the qualified electors of :he Guernsey School District No. 20 pf. Hernpstead 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 36 mills to be levied for debt service and general fnud for the operation of schools of said district and for two board members to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years and Post No. 2 for a period of one year. The polling place in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. • SIGNED: Harvey Powell Secretary of School Board Feb. 23;.March 2/9 The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or. bring Items to Miss Turntr at Hicks Funeral Home Play Starts in Junior Meet at Spring Hill Play in District 7W, AAA Junior Boys "B" Division basketball tournament got underway at Spring Hill last night with three games. There are 18 teams in the tourney. In the first contest Willisville defeated Stamps 34 to 32; Garland downed Kirby 32 to 30 in the second contest while Umpire, Which is rated a co-favorite along with Delight, turned back Cale 37 to 27. Three games are on top for tonight; Emmet and Willisville play at 7 p. m.; Lewisville and Laneburg at 8: Genoa Central and Bradley at 9 p. m. At Gurdon Wednesday night the Junior boys A 7W tournament gels underway with two games scheduled. DeQueen and Arkadelphia meet at 7:30 while Hope and Nashville tangle at 8:30. The Hope senior boys and girls teams journey to Stamps for a couple of games tonight while the Junior girls go to Garland for a game in district tournament play. Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 will meet Tuesday night, February 23, at the regular meeting place. All members are urged to be present. Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE The annual school ..election will be held by the qualified electors of the Saratoga School District No. 9 and 11 of Howard and Hdmpstead Counties 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 30 mills to be levied for general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for two board members to ,be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years and Post No. 2 for a period of two years. The polling places in the.district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Mrs. Mary S. Goodman Secretary of School Board Feb. 23, March 2, 9 The Harmony Five Gospel Singers of Hot Springs will give a muscial program at Harmony CME Church at Saratoga Sunday, February 28, at 3 p. m. sponsored by Miss Dartha Fac Walker. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Vera L. Story is visiting Miss Dorothy Brandon in Little Rock. Friends of Mrs. Ellen Pierson will be glad to know that she is improving from a recent illness at her home. The Junior Choir of BeeBee memorial CME Church will rehearso Thursday night, February 25, at 7:30 p. m. All members are urged to be present. Radio station WEST is at Easton, PA.'' -. . ... •.. S/Sgt. Willie Wilson has arrived from Korea to spend a few days with his wife. Mrs. Queen E. Wilson in Prescott and other relative in Hope and Sweet Home. Mrs. Rena Gauff of Omaha, Nebr.. has arrived to attend the Funeral of Ford Johnson. •• ' * ' ' '••' .-v'-: • . it .•!.:• ••.'•• • ••' « •*• Mr, and Mrs. Sam Randolph and Mr. Luther Holorhan, C. H. Holoman, Julia McBell of Kansas City; Mo,, spent the weekend With Mrst Constance 'Allen. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cudlce and mother Mary Anton from Benton Ark. also Spent the weekend with Mrs. • Constance Allen. Porkers Take Another From A&M 67-54 DALLAS. (M— Co-leaders Texns and Rice put their. Southwest Conference records on the line tonight against two of the loop's most troublesome quints—Southern Methodist and Baylor. Texas plays SMU at Dallas while Rice takes on the Bears at. Waco. The two games were due to draw sell-out crowds. AH tickets have been gone for two weeks or more in Dallas. Texas and Rice have won 7 games each while losing 2 apiece. SMU and Baylor have each won 4 while losing 5. Last night, the Arkansas Razor- oacks resumed their late season rush with a 67-54 victory over Texas A&M at College Station. The Aggies' Jarnes Addison continued his hot scoring pace with 26 points, but he couldn't make it Basketball , By United Press EAST Notre Dame 62; Pennsylvania 47 Villanova 62; Le Moyne 48 Scranton 73; Albright 62 Army 82: Pittsburgh 72 Duquesne 79; Bowling Green 52 Buffalo 65; Colgate 64 Capital 95 Wilimgton 72 City College (N. Y.) 64; St. John's fN. Y.) 60 (overtime) Columbia 69; Harvard 51 Fordham 67; Wager 44 .Rhode Island 80 Maine 75 Princeton 59; Yale 57 StlUTH Louisiana State 79; Alabama 61 Auburn 60; Tulane 62 Western Kentucky 92; Cincinnati 77 North Carolina State 101; Davidson 54 Mississippi BO; Florida 66 Furman 85; Richmond 76 Tennessee 69: Georgia Tech 57 Mississippi State 75; Georgia 60 Kentucky 100; Vanderbllt 64 Wake Forest 103 South Carolina 70 Virginia ' Military 91; The Citadel 55 Virginia 78; Virginia Tech 69 Louisiana College 79; Louisiana Tech 68 Northwestern Louisiana 77; Centenary 70 MIDWEST Illinois 66; Wisconsin 64 losva 82; Indiana 64 Kansas 68 Nebraska 62 Marquelte 88; Loyola (Chi.') 82 Northwestern 80; Michigan State 71 Minnesota 79; Michigan 70 South Dakota State 69; Morningside Gl o Indiana State 71; Southern Illinois U. 68 74414 r QTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive or tourists inquire. 2 peopla $3,00, 4 people $5,00. Fob. 17-1 Mo. We give the best Prices and best Tfa4cs for your old .Furniture. JJ0USTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 '"'»" Feb. 2MMo, Estate Wanted '$ "USED JJTURR CO. Uiqlt t Wwd ?PINQ rk [AVS buyers for all size farms, I4st today. United Farm Agerjcy. }01 East Front, Phone 7-3766. Feb. 9-lMo. Feb. 25 THURSDAY 7:30P.M. Hope City Hall r \ Q \* Wanted to Rent 2 BEDROOM house. Unfurnished Jimmy Walker. Phone 7-3347. f «I ?3-3t LOOK ! ! ! r old furniture in most cases - PA rs. us for parti HOUSTON IT'S lASY TO OET STARTED JUST CAll US OR DROP IN FOR FUll DETAIIS Pi J(IB ^Pi PS|F MHI IPH^^B^ • ^1^^^^^ ™ l^w m . *m SOUTHWEST Texas Tech 97; Arizona C8 Wichita lifi: Houston 81 East exas 76; Sul Ross 62 Huston Tillolson 70; Wiluy 63 Trinity (Texas) 81 St. Mary's Texas) 78 Arkansas 67; Texas A&M alone. The Porkers relinquished the lead only once during the game, then only for a few minutes near the start of the contest. Addison, however, has tallied points in the last four conference games and is second to rice's Gene Schwinger in scoring. Duquesne Still Nation's Top Cage Crew By BOB HOOBING NEW YORK Iff) — Duquesne's unbeaten basketball forces continue to lead today in a battle of ballots with Kentucky — also unbeaten — for lop national honors. The Dukes from Pittsburgh, for ;he second straight week, captured the No. 1 spot in the Associated Press poll of sports writers and sportscasters with the Wildcat from Lexington close behind. The first six teams, in fact, held their ground from the previous balloting with Indiana, Western Kentucky Oklahoma A&M and Notre Dame following the leaders' in that order. Holy Cross jumped to seventh place from ninth, George Washington, the Southern Conference jace-setter, remained in the No. S spot, Seattle dropped two notches :o ninth. Duke, the lone newcomer to the top ten this week, sup- )lantcd Iowa, which fell to a 20th olace tie with Illinois. 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