Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 4, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 4, 1954
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MO PI Sf A ft ,, MOM, A R K A N S A 3 March 4, 1954 CLASSIFIED '. A<1» Mu«t fc« Jft Oflfcce Bafr before •Of *. Real Estate Won fed HAVE buyers for all size farms. Ijist today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front. Phone 7-3766. Feb. 9-lMo. .— Adi Ar* hsyeM* tn But Adi Wlfl §* Atetffrttt* T«l»t)h&n* And Aeeofne- httAItetfWJ With ffil m»iuiIMIIiw Tn4 nCCOilfn 14 Pfl)^* WrWn Si&ftffllAm » -f""—- [ *r*TO ABMiWW BUt •wr»-» Wtifdl fiat »ayt »*t* Month MS IB M .90 1.60 4.50 ISO .60 L!20 2.00 fl.OO i was •;, ,76 1.60 1.50- 160 ">» >:« m 1.80 100 8.00 it»\;*i.« 3.10 1.80 10.BO ,« ; L20 2.40 4.00 13.00 1,15, 1.8» 3,70 160 11.60 - 1.60 1.00 1.00 16.00 For Sole PEA Gravel, washed, and road gtaVel. Soil and masonary sand available Phone 7-255S, Jesse Sinclair. Feb. iMMo. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY M 7Bc i>e« inch 60c pet inch Tiinea ^^...,.»-..M 60c per Inch tju&ted 6bov« art for eon- Imertlbni. lrr*flulor or iklp- ad* Will take the one-day rot«. AH dolly tlaillfled advertising copy III/ b« accepted until S p.m. for ,Alk<ttten the followlno day, '; ',,Th* publlthert re*erv» thtt right to ••-'•-- or , tdif an (advertisement! of.., .for publication ond to reject - bbj»ctlonabl« advtrtlilno «ub- HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavitt. Phone 7-2118. 3-tf 80 ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town. $20,000. Will sell house and 13 acres, $14,000, Trade for pine timber land, dall 7-5535. Feb. 10-lMo. A:A /Initiate of 6n« or mor* (ctttn, Isroupt of, figure* tueh M HOUMS ?<H> tel*pho/» numWri count di on* ! IKWrt ' , • -I ^j Star will not b» nipon. 2S.'«bte for wror* In Want Adi uriteM SrtMJH or« called to our ottentloh SaftW FIRST ' Inwrtlon , of ad and ' »$.ONl.Y »lw ONE Incorrect TlofW ' fe* ; ; PHONE 7-3431 WORE STAR r?«W of Hop* 1*«»; Pr*n w ,jgC8h«ojldoted January 18, 192* BUY Certified Black Diamond watermelon seed direct from grower, $1.75 per Ib. prepaid. Packed in 1, S. and-10 Ib. bags Bill Boston, Longdale, Oklahoma. Feb. 24-)2t JOHNSON Grass Hay. On Allen farm, 5 miles north of Hope. Route 3. Phone 7-4979, William Schooley. 26-6t BUILT less' than 3 years, beautiful 3 bedroom home. Hardwood floors, attic fan, wall furnaces, attic storage, disappearing stair way. Many built-ins. All copper- water pipes. Metal termite proof shields. Paved street, back yard all fenced. Lot 70 x 162. Located 621 South Hcrvey St. 212 NORTH McRae Street. Here we have a large 5 room house. Large comfortable rooms, plenty spacious closets and built-ins. Screened in back porch. House needs some repair, but when repaired will be a i beautiful home jjocated in quiet section. Big shady lot. Streets paved. 2-31 GREENJNG INSURANCE & REALTY COMPANY REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 7-4461 .1 . Services Offered FOR your upholstering and slip covering call: Mrs. Tom buckett. Phono 7-3794. 26-Gt SEPTICT 7-9989. Tanks Cleaned. Phono March 1-lMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors. Public , Service Commission Number M- 142"). 313 Central Avenue, Stamps Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. March 2-1Mo. MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 318 South Washington. Phono 7-2622. _ BABY Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Ham- iltoit. Feb. 27-lMo. NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING—CLOSE IN PRIVATE parking space, by the mpnth.now available, at parking lot, rear of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. 3rd and Elm. Contact Joe Mason at Frisco Depot Daily, after 2 p. m. l-dt jvPubilihed every weekday afternoon by ' .STAR PUBLISHING CO. g, >, if,., Ci * E. Palmer, Pres!d«n} =:/;•-'AUx.'H. WoJhburn, Secy-TrMh &,' -Ar^ The Star Building i>;,ai2.214 South Walnut Street, ' ' Hope, Arkansas H Woihburn, Editor ft Publisher -Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Ceorge W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt, <">'t M., Dovlt, Advertising Manager f ,J;/Entered at' second class matter at -ithe. Post Office at » Hope, Arkansas, < under the Act of March 3, 1897. m%'<M*mb«r ,ef the Audit Bureau of •***•- Circulation* Kfriptlorr Ratal (payable In ad- JBy^ carrier In,.Hop* .and nelahbor- 1 MM.M.M.*.*....»»...*^* .25 1 I..M...M............M.M*.... 13.00 < In Hempoteod, Nevada, Howard, and Miller coun- COMBINE "International, 42 inch" cut, tractor "Farmall 10-20", orchard type on rubber, mower "Cast" horse-drawn truck 1942 Dodge, % ton, oats, 1,200 bushels bulk Or sack 1853 crop, saw logs, 12,000 board ieet (more or less) in woods. Bids will be accepted Until March 10, 1954. Experiment Station, Hope, Ark. Phone 7-4458. _ ^^ 2-Ot ONE acre lot with 3 room house. Butane, electricity, good well of water. 1 - Patmos, See Mrs. Simmons .at Laha Cleaners or Phone 7-5575. ' 2-3t NEW white gold wedding ring set. '/i carat stone. Smaller diamonds in wedding band. Jewelers written guarantee. Save $100.00. Phone 7-4913. 2-3t MO "3.25 . 6.50 13.00 I Advertising Representatives: s .DoHlles. Inc.; 1602 Sterlck , 'Merriphls 2; Tenn., 505 Texas flldg., Dallas ,2, Texas; 360 N. fin/Aye^.Clileaoo.K III.; 60 E. ,,<-New/Yorlc \T. k Y'; 1763 >f ,8lda./< Detroit > 2, iMIch.; | IB|dg.>; QWobqma City 2, t'' *' v ' ,the7-Aisocloted Press: . Press i» entitled ex- to'the use for republicotion e Jowl'news printed In this spoper, os Well as all AP newi LAST CALL PURE lespedeza hay, alfalla, also mixed ;bermuda and Johnson grass. Ross Gillespie. 2-6t MODERN 5,room home. Venetian blinds. Floor furnace., Attic fan'. 3 blocks from school. Located 608 North Elm. . 2-Gt UPHOLSTERY .Cp'vers. Also custom draperies, cornlsh boards * ( bfd spreads. Work Guaran,MRS, Jl W, GODWIN <}1o West Division MATTRESSES- One Day Service — • — ' DAVIS Furnifure & Motfress Co. r |.-|Im Street phpne 7*3212 APPROXIMATELY 400 bushels good corn. $1.50 Bushel. Parker Rogers, 11 miles on Columbus road. ' ' '. 3 r 3t 1 ROW international cub tractor. Breaking plow and cultivator! Jess Wood. Blevins, Rt. 1. 3-3t EQUITY in 51 Custom, tudor Ford. Radio, heater and overdrive. Phone 7-5544. 4-3t SWEET Potatoes Seed, Allgold certified, at $3.50 per bushel. O. B. Hodnett. Rt. 3. Hope. Phone 7-4983. 4-tf BLOOMING pot plants azaleas geraniums, begonias, lilies and all kinds of plants Xor yard, Campbell's Florist Shop. 1804 South Elm. Phone 7-4426. 4-3t H'Alf Arkansas' Company for !" Arkansas People*; VELMA GOSS, 1 Place. UST ARRIVED -xn-AA- N pw * 8t FaMcs "From |9,00 HP" in Ravon, Nylon, Dae. £«Ji ?r'°"S' «'l bonded with silk |H? Wofll .fPP Spring and 5um- rieffV 4 :Storrp'8i;haefer Tailored" IJOMWARDLAW fc "-'n'^trwt Tailor Shop STOM wrapped for deep o?!* fsr fl?h Jjatt. See, Montgomery h9n'e>?$1 ' 'N WESTERN SHARES Notice VOTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive or tourists inquire. 2 people $3.00, 4 people $5.00. Feb. 17-1 Mo. We give, the best Prices and best Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phono 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo. SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette, Best-in-Reading material. Complete sports. KCMC-TV programs. Phono 7-4010. Dale Hartsfield. Feb. 5-lMo. COX'S Cafe at Fulton will serve chicken dinner Sunday March 7th $1.00 per plate-plus drinks. 4-3t Help Wanted 25 WORKING Men, colored or white to travel with Circus. Meals and sleeping berth Furnished. Good pay. Contact Circus Manager, Fair Grounds in Prescott, Arkansas. 4-Gt Salesman Wanted! MAN wanted for 1500 family Raw- Jeigh business in City of Hope or Sfluth Nevada Qounty. Perma- jient If you are a. hustler. Write Hawleigh's Dept. AKA-641-123, Memphis, Tenn. 4-lt UOI5 M. PURTELL preeent? a complete line of BEAUTY COUNSELOR COSMETICS Beauty Shop, Phone vome in for free con- Home Phone 7-2156. LOOK!!! Your ojd furniture in most cases will maki a DOWN PAYMENT Wytog-JkQJMfl"suite, P&ette set) ^II^If« Flease HOU.5IQN UP town home. 6 rooms 517 West 3rd street. NEAR school. 5 room home. Paved street. 210 North Ferguson. Good home for little cash. WEST side home, 5 room. Lot 100 x 390. Priced $3750.00. 620 NORTH main. 4 rooms. Make offer. 4 LOTS. 12 rooms. Rented $50.00 Month. Buy for $3700.00. 4-6t R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY For Rent 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. Title Has Changed Carter By MURARY OSE Coiemcm to Take Over for Martin For treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIOHT RIDGDILL 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment with private bath. Close-In. Phone 7-2205. n-tf 3 BEDROOM house.Partially furnished. Excellent condition, Nice neighborhood. Phone 7-3705 after 5 p. m. 27-tf NEWLY Decorated 3 room apartment. $20.00. Share bath and utilities. SIC West 4th. Phone 7-3152. 1-Gt r > ROOM house.. Call James Cobb fit 7-2622. * 4.31 AVAILABLE March 13th to working lady. Bedroom, use of Kit- chon. Mrs. ,T. B. Baber. 112 West 18th Street. . 4-6t TWO room furnished apartment Upstairs, close-in. 418 South Elm. Mrs. J. W. Turner. 4-3t For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff .and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Business Opportunity PLEASANT profitable DTsTvTbiT torship, open your County. $187.80 Cash. Complete factory cooperation. Manufacturer, P. O. Box 2237 Kansas City, Missouri. 4-2f NEW YOR K(/P — A big young leatherneck with the fighting hear of a Marine will spearhead a New York-Eastern team which will try and end a long vicitory drought against a Chicago-Western squad SUMMI, N.J. Iffi The cham-i' n Madison Square Garden March pionship has changed lightweight '2- king Jimmy Carter in many wajs. The Easterners haven't beaten He's a bolter tighter more con- the West since 1945 in the Nation fident. nncl richer. In one way he hasn't change'!, however. He won't make n prediction on any of his fight?. The 30-year-old Now Ycir'< Negro has won his last three title fights by knockouts and you get the feeling at his camp hero that he expecs to do the same thing to Paddy DeMarco in their title scrap at Madison Square Garden tomorrow night. Only he won't say so. That end of the busini-s.? h« leaves to manager Willie Ketchum and trainer Sammy Cherin. "Jimmy's going to knock him out," said Willie confidently, "Ho gels belter all Ihc UITK-," "This isn'l going ly -nina or 10 is more likely," saitl Cherin. "DeMarco might get knocked out ca- His Her. It all depends on how soon' age fil Golden Gloves Tournament but they thin!; they might be able to do it this year Len Kanthal Kanlhnl. a year-old who has been boxing a littleover n year, came from behind ' with a stirring rally to whip with 18-year-old to insDiri them. G-2, 207-pound !(!• Income Toxes TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-37G6. Feb. 9-lMo. he has to drop his hands to protect his belly." That gives you an idea of what kind of fight the flat-nosed Negro the midscelion. He hopes; to wear down the incoming DeMarco with body blows to set him up for a kayo. , "I just hone he comes in swinging like he says lie intends In do," said Carter. "I have to chase most opponents. I'll meet him with the light kinds of punches.'' Jimmy sixes up DeMarco as "a strung awkward crowing guy style is supposed to discou- you. But I've fought discou- agcrs before. "I'm s'el lo go 15 vounds if I have to. I've done it before. He'£ never gone the distance. He may plans lo make against v.lic aggros-!find it tougher than he thinks, sive, 26-year-old Brooklyn challen-] The fight, will be carried by ra- ger. The champ has been eon-iclio and television, starting at 10 centrating on solid left hooks to!p. m. EST. Six Teams in Class B Meet t Advance Three teams played their first games while three othe won thtir second contest in the Class B senior boys 7W district toorna- ment at Prescott In afternoon play Saratoga defeat ed Genoa Central 63 to 50; Langley edged Bradley 55 to 52 and Murfreesboro smashed Guernsey Ji8 to 33. " Last night Okolona edged Locks- burg GO lo ;58 in an overtime and Stamps defeated Garland by 45 to 43 and Foukt set baik Winthrop 73 to i4. At 1 p. m. today Lewisville and Emmet" tangle; z:30 Delight and: Gillham meet; Bodcaw and Blevins tie up at 3:40; at (i:30 Saratoga takes on Langsey; 7:50 Murfrccsboro' plays Willisville; 9:10 Okolona and Stamps tie up. <{jl >i Early users of umbrellas sometimes were severely criticized for I trying to defy the will of God, who | made the rain. Eleven per cent of New Mexico's tola! lane! area is embraced in sev- | en national forests. Now York's defending champta Julus Griffin, for Ihe heavyweight! crown in the eastern Golden Gloves] windup at the Garden last night. All Day Sal. March SNOWDRIFT Nabisco Crackers Shop Barry's Friday and . Saturday SAVE! All Meat Mixed SAUSAGE Delicious PORK STEAKS 100% GROUND BEEF 10 Pound Sack POTATOES 10 Pounds Godchoux SUGAR Fresh COUNTRY EGGS IN OUR STORE ALL DAY MARCH 20 SUGAR LOAF CORN Good Grade, Country Gentlemen < Cf earn .' • Style ' : - x "• <J> Cans FRESH FRYERS Betty Crocker Mixes SALAD DRESSING Tasty OLEO Lbs. Delicious Stew Meat Lbs, 1 Lb. Box Crackers Boxes Armours Can Milk 5 59< Cans iH Ji Hunts 21 PEACHES Johnnie Fair Syrup Blue Ribbon Flavor Extra special 1 / for only - /2 Gal. Fresh Neck Bones 3 89 ( Uw-lf .§. FREE Delivery Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 *.., ->pjipj\j A' 1 . » * < •< / W?4^^', Jt, PRODUCE DEPARTMENT RED POTATOES 10 ^ 25c No. 1 Red. Extra good. BANANAS Yellow Ripe Special Lbs. Green String Beans '" Extra Nice. Special Lb FRESH COCONUT Nice and large 1C Special Each I j£ SPECIAL IN OUR BUFFALO FISH FRESH Lb 49C BEEF ROAST CHUCK Lb. 29C / VEAL CUTLETS 49c Pound SAUSAGE MIXED Lbs. 89c STEW MEAT Pound (3RQCIRY and

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